I feel he is incapable or unwilling to grasp the fact that his sexual proclivities create a conflict with his line of work. Now cheating on the wife with prostitutes is not likely to destroy a career of a rock star or Hollywood celebrity, though it would certainly create a scandal (i.e. Hugh Grant in 1995). Someone who makes a career out of helping others by means of activism towards an abusive organisation faces different standards, especially one who relies on donations. He can argue all he wants about how unfair it is, but no one forced him into this line of work.
Think of a sport referee who has been exposed as a gambling addict. Did he bet on games? Did he bet on games he was officiating? Gambling is legal in a lot of countries and many famous people are known as partakers. But a sporting official? His integrity is compromised and his decisions as an official in the past are now all suspect. Without a single exception, such a person would be ejected and banned permanently from officiating in any and every country in the world.
It's Lloyd's private life and if he wants to keep seeing sex workers, then it's going to be that way. And if his wife wants to put up with it, then they are probably suited for one another. But he needs to find another career as this one has been hopelessly compromised. Was he privately interested in the details those CSA survivors were giving him in interviews? Did he ask certain questions about the abuse because he was turned on by it?
Of course we all know the answer to the overall question because the money and adulation from exJW activism he gets from this had been his calling card for the last decade. No way this guy is going back to landscaping or passing off his wife's translations as his own.
This is why the subject is still going on. If he truly wants privacy, then a career change is a must.