WEIGHT: 54 kg
Services: Massage classic, Golden shower (out), Travel Companion, Watersports (Giving), Humiliation (giving)
Soliciting and advertising "sexual services" is also illegal under the Norwegian Criminal Code. But income from sex work are taxable including value added tax, VAT. It is illegal to earn money from, or to facilitate for, another person selling sexual services, whether directly or indirectly. It is also illegal to advertise sexual services provided by you or by another person.
Any person who in a public announcement unambiguously offers, arranges or asks for prostitution shall be liable to fines or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months. In this provision, prostitution means that a person engages in sexual activity or commits a sexual act with another person in return for payment.
According to the Norwegian Penal Code, selling sexual services is legal. Buying sexual services is punishable with a fine and up to one year in prison.
If the sexual intercourse or act has been particularly humiliating in its nature, but it is not punishable under any other law, the punishment is imprisonment for a term of up to 1 year. Tax and VAT Income from sex work is taxable. Some people have registered as self-employed, so that they can pay taxes and therefore benefit from the special rights that taxpayers have.