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Demand for male escorts from an exclusively female clientele is on the rise, with a quarter of Australia's male sex workers now catering to women and couples, a survey of websites in 61 countries has found. Uganda and Argentina are the only other countries that have more male escorts seeking females and couples than solely male clients.
And while the vast majority — 80 per cent — of the estimated 42 million sex workers worldwide are female, it is no longer difficult to find male escorts that cater to women.
While more than 57 per cent of identified websites catered to male customers only, 11 per cent were specifically for female clients and a similar number of sites were for couples, most of the opposite sex. As expected, the survey found twice as many male escorts had male clients only 72, as against the 32, escorts for women or couples.
A similar survey undertaken in indicated that numbers of male internet escorts had almost doubled in Australia over the last five years. The overall number of persons working in the sex industry is influenced by economic conditions and legislation and its enforcement. Interestingly, exclusively female services are also increasing in popularity among time-poor and lonely professional women, due to greater economic and social freedom of women and changing attitudes towards the male body and masculinity.
However, with women fighting for greater equality, including access to income, job status and sexual pleasure, there is evidence of growth in this part of the market. It had been suggested that the advent of new online dating technologies and rendezvous sites, sex work would become largely redundant. One argument had it that demand would flatten out, especially in places where sex work was highly stigmatized or illegal. A contrasting claim was that new technologies were raising awareness of male sex work and provided greater access to new markets in diverse geographic zones, including rural and regional areas.