Greater Burovian Realm —fully legal and licensed with regular health checkups, employable from age 18. Throughout the Realm there are a myriad of internationally franchised 'cathouse' and 'tomhouse' chains. Subtle advertising is allowed.
Lendosa — legal, but regulated, with the guiding principle is that it should not be seen by anyone who is not not looking for it. Local authorities (districts and municipalities) are given choices as to how to regulate the industry — they may choose to limit it to a certain area of a city, and possibly require it to be hidden even within that area. Police inspections are conducted to ensure compliance with the law.
Allacoa — illegal, and considered a minor criminal offense. Punishable by a relatively minor fine. Multiple offenses carry increasing deterrents, including up to six months incarceration. Customers of prostitutes are subject to having their names and pictures published in newspapers in an effort to reduce the demand for prostitution.
Cimera — illegal under sexual exploitation laws. Prostitutes (male or female) are sent to rehabilitation clinics while those responsible for "pimping" them are subject to punishment under particularly stringent laws.
Lysonia — Illegal and not tolerated. The Empire considers it a minor offense, but usually carries a heavy fine, community service, and in some cases, rehabilitation.
Mari'im — illegal, but not considered a criminal offense. Punishable by a relatively minor fine.
Shaelia — currently illegal, with varying degrees of enforcement.
Djeriga — according to the Djerigan government, there "is no prostitution" in Djeriga. In practice, this means that there are no laws against it.
Rovens — Neither legal nor strictly illegal, police have routinely closed down prostitution businesses, yet there is no formal law banning it. Legal challenges have floundered with accusations of police interferring with witnesses and complainants