WORKING ENVIRONMENTS (the pros and cons):
A brothel is a venue that works with independent escorts and provides them with the location, safety, regulations and clients. Typically you can decide when and how often you would like to work there, however, most places require a commitment of a certain number of days and hours.
When a customer arrives to the brothel (which would be classified as an in-call service) they could have the option to go a lounge or social area or directly to a private room. This is when the ladies have the opportunity to introduce themselves and talk about services. This is similar to a strip club but is definitely more intimate.
Once a provider is chosen, the client must pay the house fee to the brothel (which is typically 50% of the total). The other half goes to the entertainer. Fees and percentages can range per brothel, which is something you will want to discuss before joining.
Sharing the fee with a brothel is a lot but it does cover the cost of location, security, screening of the client, advertising, supplies such as condoms, towels, bed sheets, etc. For security there is usually a bodyguard in addition to a buzzer or bell in each room that you have in case you feel like your security is at stake.
Works well for providers that are not self-motivated and need help with screening, advertising, etc.
Safety is taken care of and you don’t have to worry about arrests (depending on your location, rapes, robbery, clients that don’t show, etc.)
You work with other girls in the industry who can help you or mentor you.
Agencies typically do not provide a venue like a brothel would, but would arrange for the provider to meet with a client at a specified location (i.e. hotel, the client’s office or home, etc.) This would be classified as an out-call service as the provider is going to a designated location to meet with the client.
They advertise you, take calls and screen the client for you as well as make the booking. Then they have a driver who knows where you are and for how long.