I saw a play a few years ago told from the perspective of a woman maybe about 30, who was having her mother and some of her mother's friends over for a time. She didn't much get along with them, except maybe for one I think named Prade. The daughter's fiancé may have also been present.
A bit into the play, it's revealed that her mother's wealth was earned largely if not entirely due to her work as a prostitute, and her friends may have been her former (current) clients. There was some discussion about what that says about her mother's moral character. One of the other patrons remarked that her husband has always said that marriage is a way to legalize prostitution, and that it seems someone has written a play with that premise. I wasn't (and am not) good enough at literary analysis to corroborate that, but it seems about right.