I am seriously considering taking up prostitution as a second job; I honestly think I can handle it as I like sex of any kind. I plan on strictly condoms only, and for 2 or 3 nights a week. I have sent some messages to agencies, but I don’t have an ID so they won’t hire me, and I have no idea how to get to know the girls on the street.
I can’t really give you any advice about street work, because I’ve never done it; frankly, I’m not sure I could handle it. Some girls prefer street work for its simplicity and lack of need for advertising, but it’s also much more dangerous and the chance of being arrested is much higher because if clients can find you, so can cops. I must point out, however, that there are other alternatives besides working for agencies and working on the street; the majority of sex workers nowadays simply place independent ads (for example on Backpage) and/or advertise themselves by participating on message boards. If you have a smartphone you can take pictures pretty easily, and since most clients pay extra attention to new girls in an area you can get started very quickly. This approach also has the advantage of letting you see how other girls advertise and taking lessons from them (both in what to do and what not to do). Even if you don’t have a credit card to pay for ads, message-board advertising is generally free and it gives you the added bonus of being able to chat with other ladies. If you don’t want to deal with ads at all, you could try to find work in a massage parlor, which has the advantage of being very regular job-ish (in the sense that you work at a specific place for set hours), but one of the same disadvantages as street work: it’s really easy for the cops to find you.
Before you decide which way to proceed, I suggest you look at the “mentoring” section of my “Previously Asked Questions” page, especially “What advice do you have if I want to start working immediately?” And one more thing: you say “I plan on condoms only”, as though you had an option to do otherwise; please let me assure you that you don’t. You must absolutely use a condom, every time, no matter how “clean” a client looks nor how much he offers you to go without. There is no way of knowing for sure who might have an STI, and HIV is still not curable; it’s simply not worth the risk to you and your clients. When it comes to sex a large fraction of men are completely irrational, and will take risks despite knowing better; it is therefore incumbent on you to insist that unprotected sex is simply not an option no matter what a client says.