is having a sugar daddy illegal in wisconsin? we spend time together, are intimate together and he supports me from time to time. I do not do this with other men, just him.
State/Country relating to question: Wisconsin
Reviewing case law. Nothing specific about having a sugar daddy and whether that is defined within the context of "prostitution"
Hello,Thank you for using JA..If the person is voluntarily giving gifts to the other person as a part of their relationship, and they are both over 18, then there is nothing illegal about it. However, if the gifts are conditioned on any type of sexual relations or contact, then it could be viewed as Prostitution..Wisconsin Statutes944.30 Prostitution. Any person who intentionally does any of the following is guilty of a Class A Misdemeanor:(1) Has or offers to have or requests to have nonmarital sexual intercourse for anything of value.(2) Commits or offers to commit or requests to commit an act of sexual gratification, in public or in private, involving the sex organ of one person and the mouth or anus of another for anything of value.(3) Is an inmate of a place of prostitution.(4) Masturbates a person or offers to masturbate a person or requests to be masturbated by a person for anything of value.(5) Commits or offers to commit or requests to commit an act of sexual contact for anything of value..
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