The Fresno Escort Agency (FSA) was established in 2006 to help escort clients and visitors in Fresno.
It offers escorts in all styles and sizes and is open to anyone with a fetish for women.
They can be found at every major intersection in Fresno and the city is known for being a hub for escorts.
The Fresno escorts are a small group of people who are here to help and to provide escorting services, said Sarah Withers, executive director of the Fresno Escorts Association.
They are there to offer their services to the public, she said.
“There’s no other agency in the city like it,” Wither’s said.
Fresno has a long history of sex trafficking.
Fresno’s oldest city was founded by Spanish conquistadors in 1525.
It became a trading hub for Spanish sugarcane in the 1600s.
In the 1850s, Fresno was known as the “New World” because of its large number of indentured servants.
In 1900, it became the first city in California to allow prostitution and was later the home of the first brothel.
The brothel industry thrived throughout the 20th century, and prostitution was banned.
The city became a hub in the 1960s and 1970s for prostitution, but then crime declined in the 1980s and 1990s.
Today, the city has a high percentage of people in the community who are in the sex trade.
Wither said the Fresno escort agency has been providing services since the 1980’s.
The agency has a large staff, Wither added. “
They’re really good and they have a great staff.”
The agency has a large staff, Wither added.
There are escorts available in the morning and night, and there are a variety of different styles of escorts to choose from.
“We do a lot of different types of sex work,” Wethers said.
If you’re looking for an escorts that are more suitable for your tastes, Wether said, the Fresno agency can provide escorts with special appointments, she added.
“You can go into their office, and we’ll meet them at their home or you can walk into their home,” Withering said.
Wether added that the agency is always looking for people to serve, whether it’s someone who’s in the market for sex work or someone who wants to learn about sex work.
“This is a place where people who want to come out and do what they want to do and who have a passion for it, you can come in and have your time,” she explained.
“And it’s an opportunity for them to make connections and make friends.”
The Fresno City Commission is planning to make changes to the Fresno escort agency, Withering added.
She said she hopes the changes will provide a safer environment for everyone, but added that people who do not have a history of criminal activity can still be hired by the agency.
“If you have a criminal history, that doesn’t mean you’re not a good person, it means that you’re a good candidate to have the escorts,” she added, “because we’re a human service agency, we have a human touch.”
The city is planning a citywide community meeting to discuss the proposed changes, she continued.
Withering is confident that the changes are necessary.
“People are very concerned about it and I think it’s good that people are concerned about that,” she concluded.
The Feds plan to make the changes by October.
Fresno is located about a half hour from Fresno and about 20 miles north of the city of Fresno.
If the city does make changes, the Feds plans to release the names of the people who were employed by the Fresno City Escort agency for at least 30 days.
The agency will also notify anyone who was hired by them of the changes.
“That information is very valuable information, because it’s what keeps the human service industry going,” Wathers said of the information.
Wather said the agency will have a staff of at the minimum 15 people, and the agency could expand to the maximum of 15.
“So we’ll be able to do a more thorough investigation and take action to ensure that we have this right,” she told News 12.
“It’s important that we know how to ensure safe working conditions for our people.”
If you have any information about the Fresno Feds investigation into sex trafficking, you are urged to contact the Fresno Police Department at 519-441-3355 or Crime Stoppers at 521-572-TIPS.
The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a woman who said she was lured into prostitution in San Bernardino.
The woman said she had been in the San Bernardino area for about five years and was staying with her grandmother in Orange County, California.
She told police