A prostitute, hooker, call girl, or working girl was a term used to describe someone, usually a female, who was employed in prostitution. Words like harlot, tramp, trollop, or whore were derogatory terms usually aimed at prostitutes.
In 2004 on Earth, a man named Loomis was kidnapping various people in Detroit, Michigan for their blood types. Among these people was a prostitute who had donated blood earlier so that they could check for sexually transmitted diseases. (ENT: "Carpenter Street")
In 2369, Constable Odo told Quark that his duties on this day included the search of incarnations of the Prophets, long dead lovers, blizzards, gunji jackdaws, and trollops. During the last word he eyed Quark's two previously missing girls. (DS9: "If Wishes Were Horses")
In 2372, Captain Kathryn Janeway posed as a prostitute in order to gain access to the prison cell, where B'Elanna Torres and Tuvok were held captive by the Mokra Order. She previously witnessed two prostitutes native to the planet. (VOY: "Resistance")
In 2374, Bilby arranged a Farian prostitute on Farius Prime for Connelly, but he claimed to have already met a woman who "worked at a flower shop", paid the woman and had her leave. (DS9: "Honor Among Thieves")
In the alternate reality, during Spock's youth, he was often taunted by bullies in an effort to evoke an emotional response from him via insults. The bullies were finally successful on their thirty-fifth attempt when they called Spock's father a "traitor" because he married a woman they described as a "Human whore." (Star Trek)
See also Edit
- Captain's woman
- Comfort woman
- "The Lady is a Tramp"
- Miss Langford's House of Pleasure
- Orion slave girl