Let me clarify my answer.
First of all, I don't think what I was describing was a sex worker being susceptible to charges. The question from Mr. Goguen was about what is stopping a sex worker from being able to advertise. The answer is that a person she is retaining to do the advertising—and we were discussing a web designer or a web service—would be someone, as you're indicating, who could be hired in the context of normal terms of a commercial exchange. The problem is that under proposed section 286.5, proposed section 286.4 does not apply to those who are providing those services in the context of a commercial enterprise.
If that sex worker is deemed to be conducting a commercial enterprise—