Facebook allows anyone who is 13 or over to have an account and it does not allow "content that is hateful, threatening, defamatory, or pornographic; incites violence; or contains nudity or graphic or gratuitous violence". So I guess it would depend what the escort says and what images she puts on her page, as to whether FB would take any action about her account.
I think the point is not if you are allowed to advertise but if you should, there are many times in life that we have the right to do things but choose not to as we believe it to be morally wrong. The main problem is that the internet is a very hard place to control and therefore adult users should try and act responsibly when using it, especially when they are in the adult business.
And, as above, inquisitive children will find ways round whatever parents / adults do to try and stop them, especially if the parent is not computer savvy.
Problems to come......
If we do not advertise adult services in a responsible manner it could lead to internet service providers being forced to block all adult sites like they did with dirty phone lines, making consumers opt in. Not many did.
What will feel about that? It is already trying to be pushed through, but if we are deemed to be irresponsible in how we advertise, it could be us making it happen sooner.
Sarah x x