Originally Posted by Handley_Page
Interesting problem. Reverse the sexes and it is Prostitution as illustrated.
Well, no. It's "escort" as illustrated. As said in the video, so long as the business is hiring out these men to "escort" the woman, not saying "pay us and you'll get sex," then it's not prostitution. The same would be true if this company was sending out women. So long as they're not saying "pay us and this woman will have sex with you," then it's not prostitution. It's paid companionship and it's legal.
Now we can nitpick about the definition of prostitution--after all, we often joke about how we writers are prostitutes, writing what people want us to write for money or something like that. But in the end, the legal definition (i.e. whether the company can legally do this or not in states where prostitution is illegal) comes down to money for sex. If the company doesn't offer sex with these escorts for money, then it's not prostitution and gender makes no difference on that point.