Prostitute

Claire, a prostitute. (TV: End of the Road)

A prostitute, also known as a tart, harlot, strumpet or streetwalker, (AUDIO: Other Lives) was a person hired for sex.

In Kish in 2700 BC, the temple prostitutes, such as En-Gula, were priestesses of Ishtar. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Genesys)

In August 79, Aglae was a prostitute in Pompeii. (AUDIO: The Fires of Vulcan)

In 1782 and 1783, Lisa-Beth Lachlan was a prostitute in London. She once slept with Fitz Kreiner for fun. (PROSE: The Adventuress of Henrietta Street)

Rebecca Macardle was a prostitute until 1789, at which time she became an agent of the British government. (PROSE: The Adventuress of Henrietta Street)

In Cardiff in 1812, the body of a prostitute named Mary was taken over by an Arcateenian, killing her in the process. (TV: Greeks Bearing Gifts)

In the 19th century, William Chesterton's father, the paternal great-great-grandfather of the First Doctor's companion Ian Chesterton, was a drunkard who habitually slept with prostitutes. (PROSE: The Eleventh Tiger)

In 1851, Rufus Dimplesqueeze believed that Charley Pollard was a prostitute. (AUDIO: Other Lives)

A serial killer named Jack the Ripper brutally murdered prostitutes in London's East End in 1888. Most people agreed that only five murders were canon. (PROSE: Matrix; COMIC: Ripper's Curse)

In the early 21st century, American legislation meant that prostitutes operating in an area with a high incident of HIV7 could be arrested for attempted murder. (PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Warhead)

In 2011, Claire was a prostitute hired by Jilly Kitzinger for Oswald Danes. (TV: End of the Road)

In the late 2010s, Tyler Steele twice sold sex whilst homeless. He was paid £20 for oral sex, despite being promised £50, and was paid more for a further sexual act. (AUDIO: Hostile Environment)

In the 35th century, Cosmae fell in love with a prostitute named Kaquaan. (PROSE: The Menagerie)

In 5,000,000,000, Jabe wondered if Rose Tyler was the Ninth Doctor's prostitute. (TV: The End of the World)

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