(1) “compensation” does not include any payment for reasonably apportioned shared expenses.
(2) “place of prostitution” means any place where a person engages in sexual conduct in return for a fee;
(3) “prostitution enterprise” means an arrangement in which two or more persons are organized to render sexual conduct in return for a fee;
(4) “sexual conduct” means genital or anal intercourse, cunnilingus, fellatio, or masturbation of one person by another person.
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