Thirty-year-old "Celeste," who didn't want her real name used, says she started turning tricks in Minnesota at 15.
For her, prostitution was a job, not a path to a celebrity lifestyle.
By 2004, Mc Lennan was earning around ,000 an hour, sometimes more, seeing "two to three clients a day for at least two to three hours each." When it came to catering to the needs of her well-heeled customers, "I was always on call." Natalie -- known as Natalia -- had hit it big; in July 2005, she was profiled for a New York magazine cover story.What's harder to get agreement on is whether the sex industry victimizes women.