In Minnesota, prostitution is considered to be the act or practice of engaging in promiscuous sexual relations especially for money. There are several important definitions regarding prostitution in Minnesota.
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Prostitution: Offering, or agreeing to engage in sexual contact or sexual penetration for hire.
Patron/Hobbyist/John: An individual who hires, offers, or agrees to hire another individual to engage in sexual penetration or sexual contact.
Prostitute/Provider: An individual who engages in prostitution.
Sexual Contact: Any of the following acts, provided they can be construed as being for the purpose of satisfying the actor’s sexual impulses: the intentional touching by an individual of a prostitute’s intimate parts, the intentional touching by a prostitute of another individual’s intimate parts.
Sexual Penetration: Any of the following acts, if for the purpose of satisfying the actor’s sexual impulses:
- Sexual intercourse
- Anal intercourse
- Any intrusion into the genital or anal openings of an individual’s body by any part of another individual’s body, or any object used for the purpose of satisfying sexual impulses
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