There may not be any lawsuits over discrimination involving escort service because of the illegal nature of this business. Many potential clients will not dare to file a lawsuit against an escort for discrimination. Yes, this practice of making statement on ads that denies service to clients based on race, sex, age, or employment status can be consider discrimination according to state and federal laws. These anti-discrimination laws apply to businesses and business establishment. The court will have to decide if escort service by an independent provider is considered a business. If the court decides escort service by an independent provider is not a business, then the anti-discrimination laws do not apply. Until there is a court case or multiple court cases deciding this issue, there is no legal answer to your questions.
Posted By: PSEguy147 I have several questions about an escort’s right to deny hobbyist service based on sex, race, age, and employment status.
I do not know if it is legal for escorts to deny hobbyist based on race, employment, or age. I have seen ads where escorts states: No African-American men, No Law Enforcement, and Men over 35+. I have seen White and Latino escorts posting “No African-American men” statement on their ads. I have also seen black women posting on their ads “No African-American men.” I also have seen an ad where a white escort posting an ad saying white men only.
Can an escort refuse to book an appointment with a police officer, or detective?
Do escorts have the right to discriminate based on sex, race, age, and employment status? Can they be sued for discrimination for refusing service?
If an escort is a straight woman and refuses to serve women hobbyist, can she be sue for discrimination based on sex?
Do you know of any lawsuits where escorts been sue for discrimination?