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Catherine Walters, also known as “Skittles,” was considered to be one of the last great courtesans of Victorian London. She was considered to be very beautiful and was also a trendsetter, having elevated the hobby of horse riding for women in Victorian London due to her “Princess riding habit” that the ladies emulated whenever they could.
The list of her male benefactors includes many politicians and a member of the royal family, possibly Edward VII, the eldest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. She was best known for her modesty, which made her a likely candidate for many aristocratic men who wanted their sexual escapades to remain secret. This made her a very wealthy and well-cared-for woman who amassed a considerable fortune, which allowed her to retire in 1890, making her a very rare example of a courtesan who did not die young, impoverished, or in obscurity.
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Lizzie Lape was an Ohio madame and prostitute who ran multiple bordellos. Lizzie married eight times, once to her best customer, and is best known for her odd connection to Warren G. Harding, the 29th president of the United States.
Harding worked as a newspaper editor and staged a hoax upon a rival editor, Vaughn, at Lizzie’s most famous bordello, the White Pigeon. Harding was able to coax Vaughn into the brothel and then had the police perform a raid, causing a great deal of embarrassment for the gentleman. It is believed that Mr. Harding was well-acquainted with Lizzie’s houses and may have visited her Red Bird Saloon.
Lizzie was able to hold onto her properties despite multiple lawsuits by ex-husbands. She never lost her houses and ultimately retired on her own terms.
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Prostitution is the act or practice of providing sexual services to another person in return for payment, usually in the form of currency. Those who sell their sexual services are more commonly known simply as whores . A building where people engage in sexual activities with prostitutes is known as a brothel in Westeros, and they are distinct from Pleasure Houses in that brothels employ prostitutes whereas a Pleasure House’s women are slaves.
Prostitution in Westeros.
Tyrion enjoys the services of the prostitute Ros.
Prostitution is tacitly legal in the Seven Kingdoms, in the sense that there is no official law preventing brothels from openly operating in the major cities and towns. Organized religion does discourage prostitution, and it is socially frowned upon, but it is nonetheless present, sometimes seen as an outlet for “uncontrollable male sexual desires”. Secular lords and kings have not (in general) tried to shut down prostitution, as taxing brothels is a good source of revenue.
Despite their vows of celibacy, some of the officers of the Night’s Watch have been known to frequent a brothel in Mole’s Town, a village in the Gift which is the settlement of commoners (i.e. including women, and prostitutes) located closest to the Wall.
Apparently, a common euphemistic name applied to prostitutes in Westeros is “Sallys”. When Catelyn Stark is led into the brothel owned by Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish, she shouts in anger that he should be ashamed to bring a noblewoman into such a place, as if she were some “back-alley Sally” (though he actually brought her to his brothel because no one would think to look for her there).  When Samwell Tarly is complaining to Jon Snow that several officers in the Night’s Watch secretly frequent the brothel in Mole’s Town, he says it isn’t fair that they swear oaths of celibacy but then flout their vows by sneaking off to enjoy a “Sally on the side”. 
Known prostitutes in Westeros.
At Littlefinger’s brothel at any point from Season 1 to Season 3:
, Littlefinger’s aide. Originally from a brothel in the town outside of Winterfell castle, moved to King’s Landing at the beginning of the War of the Five Kings. Became the majordomo that Littlefinger delegated the day-to-day running of the brothel to. Littlefinger ultimately found out she was spying on him for Varys, so as punishment he sold her to King Joffrey Baratheon, who killed her for a cheap thrill. An unnamed King’s Landing Whore in Season 1. Armeca, from Flea Bottom. Appeared in Seasons 1 and 2. Daisy, from Haystack Hall. Appeared in Season 2. Mhaegen, a former favorite of King Robert Baratheon and mother of his bastard daughter Barra, who was killed before her very eyes by Janos Slynt during the Massacre in King’s Landing. Appeared in Seasons 1 and 2. Mirelle – appeared once in Season 3, not seen since. Kayla, a contortionist who can perform a Meereenese Knot. First appeared in Season 3. Marei – first appeared at the beginning of Season 2. Genna – appeared once in Season 3, not seen since. Olyvar, a male prostitute. First appeared in Season 3. An unnamed whore who Ellaria Sand passed over in favor of Marei, in the Season 4 premiere.
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