NT has "fallen in love" with the first girl he's had sex with. She's pretty. Socially he's insecure and probably a bit of a loner, and massively over-reacts to the first show - illusion - of intimacy/love/companionship he's ever known. They key thing is he's VERY YOUNG. No-one here seems to've cut him enough slack for that. His behaviour is pretty terrible and stupid, but at his age so was mine. Making a complete arse of yourself when you first fall in love - isn't that par for the course? After a heavy night on the town I can be an arse still.
NT: the degree of compulsiveness, contradiction and denial in your behaviour suggests that it might do you some good to get some counselling. You've made a common mistake we all make at the start of our sex lives (or I did, at least) - falling in love with (i.e. massively idealising and over-valuing) someone who doesn't love you back - and you've compounded this mistake by "falling in love" with a prostitute: i.e., with someone whose job it is to PRETEND to have feelings for you. So I can understand how much pain you must have felt. I didn't start punting till my mid-50s and in the initial days did have problems with EAS, and got a bit of a battering from this forum for it. It's a risk, especially at the start. You have to be much more hard-headed about this game. Your diatribe about "whores" is as OTT as your initial massive over-idealisation of the girl.
Your blog makes it abundantly clear that you wanted love, not sex, and made the classic mistake of looking in the wrong place for it. I think a lot of the abuse you've received here is as OTT as you have been; because you're young you have fucked up pretty much as young people always do. And in trying to make it better you've made it worse, by frightening the girl and further screwing yourself up. It's a mess. But so long as you LEARN from it, then you can - and must - move on. You have been behaving like a stalker, and that's a really really bad place to be. If you want to see where that can end, read "Enduring Love" by Ian McEwan. Really not good.