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Another example of sex workers that would not fall under the term “prostitute” would be an adult talent manager, who negotiates and secures pornographic roles for their clients.
Some people use the term sex worker to avoid invoking the stigma associated with the word "prostitute".
In addition, sex trafficking, or forced sex work, is also difficult to quantify due to its underground and covert nature.
In addition, finding a representative sample of sex workers in a given city can be nearly impossible because the size of the population itself is unknown.
One scholarly article details the classes as follows: "specifically, the authors articulated Class I, or the upper class of the profession, consisting of call girls; Class II was referred to as the middle class, consisting of 'in-house girls' who typically work in an establishment on a commission basis; Class III, the lower middle class, were 'streetwalkers' whose fees and place of work fluctuate considerably; Class IV sex workers have been known as 'commuter housewives', and they are typically involved in sex work to supplement family income; and Class V consists of 'streetwalker addicts', or 'drugs-for-sex streetwalkers' who are considered the lower class of the profession".
The term "sex worker" was coined in 1978 by sex worker activist Carol Leigh.