Why Brooklyn escorts services will be banned by States’ law

Have you ever noticed that whenever a practice tends to start catching on, the state somehow finds a reason to come in with a sort of regulation? Sometimes it is a necessary measure to control stuff that may get out of hand. Other times it is just an outrageous form of big brother interference. Which one of those will it be when the state steps in to ban Brooklyn escort services?
Surprised?
Yes, it is understandable that it may not have occurred that the government would want to dip its hand in this seemingly harmless pleasure jar. But that is bound to happen. And the motivation won’t even come from outside; it will come from the escort business itself. Wonder why even without Elan Carr’s support, Brooklyn escorts services will still be banned by States’ law? Well, here’s why:
Illegitimate players
The infiltration of the escort business by players who are not genuine will be the first signal beckoning the state to take action. These players could be either call girls or escorts. These are people who enter the escort circles pretending to be either escorts or to be looking for escorts but in reality have a hidden agenda.
They may end up drugging and robbing the contacts they make or, in worst case scenarios, killing them. While most people in the escort business are just seeking to have fun and others trying to make a living, the entrance of these crooked acts puts a big blot on the industry. The state has for some time experienced cases of mysterious disappearances that were traced down to an escort call. It will be a case of the industry inviting trouble to itself.
Also, not-so-flowery insights given by people who have been in and out of the escort business- mostly women- are not doing it any favors.
Continous labeling of escort business as prostitution
Mainstream outlets are hell-bent on portraying escort business as the modern form of prostitution. They will more often than not refer to call girls as ‘hookers’ and ‘prostitutes.’ The intended results are being effectively achieved and society is frowning towards the business. Wives are especially mad at the growing popularity of escorts and would do anything to wipe out the practice completely.
Never mind that the same society is the one promoting escort business behind the scenes. Don’t be surprised to learn that a key campaigner for the escort business ban has at some point enjoyed the warmth of a call girl.
According to Elan Carr, control of commercial sex falls within the realm of the State government through the tenth amendment, with prostitution classified as a misdemeanor in the public order crime category. The state has not to this end actively used this window to crack down on escort business in Brooklyn like http://newyork5starescorts.com/brooklyn, but you get the feeling that time is nigh.
It’s Donald Trump’s government, hello!
While this is the president you would assume to be pretty liberal on matters call girls, you also have to remember that he is the most unpredictable. There could be a hurricane and the story gets twisted and blamed on escort girls! You just don’t know where the next blow will land!

As the escort business boom continues in Brooklyn, chances of the State swinging in with a ban continues rising. It is up to the players in this industry to cleanse it of illegitimacy- and yes, that’s not as easy as it sounds- or else a ban is sadly inevitable.
Sources:
NY Times Opinionator: https://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/06/29/the-new-prostitutes/
Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prostitution_in_the_United_States
Daily Mail: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4842842/Escort-reveals-5-things-husband-need-know.html
Medium: https://medium.com/matter/sex-is-sex-but-money-is-money-e7c10091713f…

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