I know a lot of men who do escorting, and the money is only in guys.
However naive Ashley may have been when she got involved with escorting—and weren't we all!
escorting is big business on the straight side too, only more of a hush-hush operation.
A few weeks into escorting, he had what he gingerly calls a “rough experience” with a client.
An officer was escorting her to a conference room the next morning when she spotted Williams, she said.
Leaving the Cadi and his party at liberty, the whole band resumed their march, escorting the litter by the way they came.
A thousand knights were escorting a man who sat his horse proudly and like a hero.
The station-master, on his return from escorting the young lady to her car, stared at this other passenger in some surprise.
The way things were going he might not be escorting at all within a few weeks.
Harry Temple here came up to me and asked if he might have the honour of escorting me to my lodgings.
1708, from escort (n.); social sense is from 1890. Related: Escorted; escorting.