Cuban male prostitutes are called jinetero – literally "horse jockey"; female prostitutes are called jinetera.A male sex worker in the Caribbean who solicits on the beaches and accepts clients of either sex is called a Sanky-panky.Well-known areas for street "hustlers" have included: parts of 53rd Street in New York City; Santa Monica Boulevard in Los Angeles; Cypress Street in Atlanta; Piccadilly Circus in London; "The Wall" in Sydney's Darlinghurst; The Drug Store and Rue Sainte-Anne in [Paris; Polk Street Gulch in San Francisco; and Taksim Square in Istanbul.Bars such as Cowboys and Cowgirls and Rounds in New York City, Numbers in Los Angeles, and certain go-go bars in Patpong, Thailand were popular venues where male prostitutes offered their services.Young male prostitutes in the Edo period of Japan were called kagema. In southern areas of Central Asia and Afghanistan, adolescent males between twelve and sixteen years old perform erotic songs and suggestive dancing and are available as sex workers. In India, a hijra is a physically male or intersex person who may sometimes enter into prostitution.Not all hijras are prostitutes, however, and many consider themselves to have a female identity in a male body and accept this as a sacred condition or gift.
Arthur Corbett (later 3rd Baron Rowallan), who worked in the City of London, and was addicted to cross-dressing, as telling her in 1960: "There's a male brothel, I pay the boys to dress me up, then masturbate me." In order to work in a legal brothel in Nevada, a cervical exam is required by law, implying that men could not work as prostitutes.However, in some places it is overlooked in order to keep the flow of business.