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Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
Hi,
New to this board, I wasn't sure where to put this, but I hope some people can give me some advice.
I work in a travel agency and don't earn a lot of money. Certainly not enough to find a place of my own, and I'm pretty fed up at still being at my parents at 28, 29 next month.
I was very friendly with another girl who worked in the agency who's 23, and left about six months ago saying she'd found a job in London as a PA. We kept in touch, and it sounded like she was doing really well for herself. We met up for the first time in months the other week, as she was up here in the north to visit her parents and she confided in me what her new job actually is - she is an escort.

I was pretty shocked at first, but she was telling me more about it, and it didn't sound as bad as it first did. Nothing to do with hanging round street corners and she doesn't work for some sleazy pimp. She is an independent escort with a profile on a website. She sees four or five clients a week, normally for long periods, sometimes she's booked for weekends away and overnight stays with guys, and the money that she gets is eye-popping.

She also says that the clients are not sleazy pervs with bad breath, but attractive, successful businessmen in their 30s, 40s and 50s, who just want a bit of friendly and intelligent company, and can afford to pay for it. My friend says that although the sex is a big part of what she does, the kind of clients she sees through this website really do make an effort to get to know her as a person, buy her presents etc, and she has got to know some of her regulars as friends as well as clients. She also says there's a really strong community feeling about the website she works on - there's a chat room where clients can get to know the girls, and the girls have their own discussion area where they can discuss the job, safety etc. She's found a really strong support network with the other girls too, some of whom she 'works' with on 2-girl dates for clients (ie threesomes), and there are a couple of girls she spends time with outside the work too.

All this was a bit of a shock in itself, but the big shock was just before she left, my friend said that *I* should consider becoming an escort, because I'm really good with people and would do well. She's offered as much help as she can give, including a room at her flat in London. She reckons I would make at least as much money as she does, and that I would have a fun time doing it. She's invited me down for any weekend, and offered to 'break me in' by bringing me on a 2-girl date with a regular client in his 40s, who she says is really lovely - I'd get paid the same rate as she does, we'd have a threesome with this guy, rather than me meeting a guy on my own, and if I enjoyed it and decided I wanted to become an escort, she would help me get registered on this website, have a photo shoot etc.

The problem is, I'm seriously considering it. Looking at how much money she has to spend, it seems like a 'way out' of the rut I'm in now, and a fun way to do it as well. Some of the clients seem like really nice guys, and ones who I'd date anyway, so why not have the fun of being wined and dined, then some fun time in bed, then get paid for it?

I also discovered something else about myself when she came back up. We'd always been pretty close when we worked together, me being that bit older I was kind of like her 'agony aunt' when she had problems with boyfriends etc, I've known her since she was a 17-yr old modern apprentice. Well, as well as being shocked by the whole escort thing, I was initially shocked by the fact that she was sleeping with other girls, both in 3somes as part of the escort work, and also independently of clients when they socialise. But we had a big night out on a Saturday, got slightly drunk and I went back with her to the hotel she was staying in, and slept with her. I've never slept with another woman before, and she kind of seduced me while I wasn't all there with drink, but I wasn't *so* drunk that I don't remember what happened and that I really liked it. So that's why she suggested the threesome thing to break me gently into escorting, that we already know each other in bed now, so it would be a good way for me to start.

My head's buzzing with all of this, I haven't been able to tell anybody. Least of all the girls I work with now, they knew I was meeting up with Laura and all asked how she was, I just said fine, and she was doing well in London working as a PA and how nice it was to see her. I can't exactly say she shagged me and invited me to become an escort, can I?

If anyone has any ideas on what I should do, I'd welcome any advice. Part of me thinks the whole idea is wrong, but three weeks ago I'd have thought that having sex with another woman would be 'wrong' for me, but now I've just done it. I'm seriously considering going down one weekend for Laura's escort try-out suggestion, though she's understanding that I need time to think about it. Any advice gratefully received,
thanks
Sarah
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  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    I'd give it a go. It might not be for you, but the way my head tends to work is that you'll never know unless you try.

    If you have support in something so different, it could be the difference between being able to handle it, and not. Find out as much information as you can beforehand (from other girls, too), and see if there is any other preparation you can do beforehand if you are to go ahead with it.

    Also, London is superb ;)
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    I think you need to give it some time and wait for the head buzz to clear up so you can think logically about this.

    Do you have clear boundaries about what you would and wouldn't be comfortable doing?
    If you can't be open about it with people you know, what would your alias job be?
    Would you need to pay the website for your profile to be on there - would they expect a cut? Is there someone you would need to answer to?
    etc etc

    I'd try and speak to other women who have been in the business longer than your friend has, especially in how they keep themselves safe (unforch some people think that they can do anything to you, even if you say no, just because they've paid you).

    I don't think a threesome is necessarily a 'gentle' way to break into escorting, it can be very intense, I don't know if your friend knows of any clients who like to be watched i.e. there's a woman having sex with the client and the 'watcher' does just that. If you really really want to consider it, perhaps that's a better way to get an idea of how they interact and the environment itself, without you having to do anything.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    From my view, I'd agree with go_away - See if you can speak with someone who has been in the business a lot longer than she has.

    But if your up for the 'taster' why not?
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    I think it depends on what kind of person you are. For a start, you have to be very sexually open minded; willing to do anal, threesomes with other girls and men that you might not find at all attractive, you might have clients that want to be dominated/dominate you, who want golden showers, who want you to talk dirty possibly involving things you don't like, such as animals etc, you might have clients that want to watch you play with sex toys, all sorts of things. Of course in some instances the contact in the agency will tell you what the client is looking for, but you might find these things sprung upon you when you're on the job and you have to know what your boundaries are and how you will cope if a client is pressuring you into something you're not too keen on.

    Also you do have to be the kind of person that is willing to have sex even when you don't really feel like it, and with someone who is really hideous. I know lots of successful, not bad looking business men do use high class escorts, but there are also going to be some hideous smelly ones in there too and you have to know that you will provide them with just as good a service as the ones you do find attractive.

    Finally, you have to take into account other "maintanence" aspects of the job, e.g. having brazillian or totally waxed 'down there' on a regular basis since men paying lots of money aren't going to want someone overly stubbly, keeping legs and everything waxed/shaved because you will be on call 24/7, being able to do hair and make up at short notice, having the right underwear (apparently french style knickers are the way forward), the right shoes (high heels), stockings, other clothing that may be requested. Also keep in mind that your busiest times may be weekends and evenings, which may somewhat a dampner on your social life.

    Finally also consider if you do decide to be an escort it isn't something you can include on your CV and it probably isn't something you will want to do forever, so it is probably a good idea to do at least some part time work and not rely on it as your sole source of income so you don't have to explain away long gaps on your CV at a later date.

    I would also have a think about how it may affect current and future relationships, with friends, family and partners. Will it be a secret you'll want to keep from a partner forever? How will you explain away the income to your family? Is it going to make you jaded and cynical about men and relationships; is it going to get to the point where you rely so much on the income and the lifestyle that you'll find it hard ever going back to a "normal" life?

    Lots of points to consider! I'm not saying don't do it but it does have implications that might not even cross your mind at this stage and it is something I think you need to examine in the context of other things in your life. Good luck with your decision.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    Hi
    Thank you all so much for your advice and concern. The 'saafe' website is brilliant, there's so much advice on there, and discussions on the message board are helpful too. I found this site on a random google search cause a friend of mine got very good advice on a dilemma from an Internet forum and you've all been lovely and kind to me.

    All of this has given me something to think about, but it hasn't totally put me off, there's just a lot of things I have to weigh up now. I think the thing is to look at it as if I were applying for any other 'job', ie think of the pros and cons and whether I can cope. It's also going to be a complete lifestyle change, as I've lived in the same town in the north all my life - they only way I would want to be an escort is the arrangement of living and sometimes working with Laura, so I'd have to move down to London, and I need to know whether I could cope with that, on top of everything else. Laura's looking for someone to share her flat anyway, so the part-time work idea sounds good, I could see what job and what pay I could get there and look at escorting round that.

    I think it's all caught me at a funny time. I work in a travel agency, and the XL thing happening has been a nightmare for us, staying in work till 7pm and losing the possibility of extra sales because we're filling in forms to rescue the old ones. So my pay slip's gonna be pretty light the month after next with no incentives, which is awful so close to Christmas. Add to that the fact that there may be redundancies if we have a bad January and I need to do something. But I realise that I may have been romanticising the idea of becoming an escort in my own head. It's become like either 'sit behind a desk filling in forms and people swearing at you down the phone, before losing my job anyway' or this idea I got from talking to Laura that all he escort clients are almost like Peter Jones from Dragon's Den-type figures. Given what I'm stuck in now, the thought of being paid to be wined and dined by Peter Jones and then sleep with him was sounding rather too attractive!
    I realise that not all the clients are gonna be nice and attractive etc, but I'll have to deal with that if and when, along wiith these guys 'preferences'. Laura told me about dressing up and role-play, that actually sounded quite fun. I know I wouldn't do anything connected with what they call 'watersports'.

    The main thing that kind of persuades me is the transformation in Laura. When she started work as an MA she was always smiling, a lovely sunny personality, but terribly nervous of customers in the shop and very insecure about her own worth. A few of the older girls in the office used to tease her, but because I was closest to her in age (Im 5 years older), I kind of took her under my wing. She did get a lot better at being a travel agent and in her second year she won the company's regional MA of the year, and I was so happy and proud, more than if I'd won an award myself, but she was still a bit naive with boys and always getting messed around in her private life, while I was quite stable with a steady boyfriend at that stage but who ive not long finished with now. I was devastated when she went to London, but told me the other week that she'd been taking advice from an escort up here for a while and had started doing 2-girl dates with this escort up even before she left th travel agency (obviously not telling any of us!) She soon found that there was a support network for her down in London, where she went because no-one knows her in her other life as a travel agent (she was scared that she'd turn up at a hotel and come face to face with some guy whose family holiday she'd just booked!), and she says there will be the same support for me.

    I saw her for the first time in months a couple of weks ago and she was still the smily sunny Laura, but she's become sexy and sassy now with it, her hair's different, her clothes are so stylish and she's just amazing. I think the one thing that worries me about this whole escort thing is whtehr there's emotions involved pulling me towards it. I was very fond of Laura in a big sister kind of way when we worked together, then this new sexy sassy Laura comes into my life and that's a lot of my head buzz. She logged me into the members website she works from to show me her photoshoot and it starts with her looking *so* glamorous in evening dresses and finishes with her naked on a bed touching herslef and my eyes are popping out thinking 'this isn;t little Laura who wouldn't say boo to a goose when she was 17!!' She's so much more confident and together as an escort, and when she made a move on me after we'd had a conversation about her sleeping with other girls I was more or less 'yes please' tho I've nevr fancied girls ever. Sleeping with her has possibly clouded my judgement a bit about the escort side of things - I'm not sure if I haven't fallen for her a bit now, though I suspect from her point of view she was just sleeping with me to 'test me out' to see what I was like in bed and making sure i'd try new things like oral on her - which i was a bit nervous of before i did it but ended up loving - before she asked me about becoming an escort myself.

    I've got to sort out in my own head if I'm doing it because I want to be 'like' Laura or be 'with' Laura, or to 'escape' what I'm in now. one thing I'm definitely gonna do is talk to a couple of Laura's more experienced escort friends in this part of the country, I spoke to laura last night and she thinks it's a good idea because that one escort in particular helped her when she was pondering what to do, and gave her the confidence to go down to London in the first place. Laura's given me this escort's details, and if I mention im Laura's friend, this girl called Sam will meet up with me for a chat when she's not working and answer any questions I may have - and I now have lots!

    Thanks again for the advice and I'll let you know what happens if anything.
    thnx
    Sarah
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    I have a friend who used to do it and enjoyed it, but she is naturally a very promiscuous person anyway with not many sexual boundaries so im not surprised it suited her.
    I personally couldnt do it. Its not just the making money in the short term, its the risk factor, the scope for abuse, the self esteem issues, plus the fact youre either always going to have a big secret and its quiote a lot for future partners to get their head round, unless youre planning on doing it forever.

    Id also question why your friend is trying to get you into prostitution.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    I have a friend who used to do it and enjoyed it, but she is naturally a very promiscuous person anyway with not many sexual boundaries so im not surprised it suited her.
    I personally couldnt do it. Its not just the making money in the short term, its the risk factor, the scope for abuse, the self esteem issues, plus the fact youre either always going to have a big secret and its quiote a lot for future partners to get their head round, unless youre planning on doing it forever.

    Id also question why your friend is trying to get you into prostitution.

    No I'm not planning on doing it forever, that's if I do do it, and I'm becoming very aware of the risks, but my friend's self esteem and confidence has increased from doing it. And she wouldn't be trying to 'get me into it' if I hadn't shown an interest in the first place. When she told me what she'd been doing the last six months, she didn't know how I'd react and at first I was shocked, but I was more and more intrigued that we spent the weekend talking of little else, because I kept asking her. And though I was a bit drunk, by the end of the night I was kind of encouraging her to come on to me, so I think she just read between the lines that I was waiting to be asked about becoming an escort, as long as she was sure I'd be okay with it.

    I was scared of asking her straight out 'can I be an escort too' in case she was like 'there's no way you could do this' so mayb what happened between us in the end was a little bit of me trying to prove something to her and to myself.

    I did read something on that saafe site that there are no friends in this business and someone who you think is your friend is probably doing it for their own motives, which scares me a little, given our friendship at work before, it's just one of the things I've got to work through in my own head.

    I'm not naturally promiscuous, I've had a couple of serious boyfriends and a couple of flings, so even I'm not sure how I'll react if I go deeper into this, and if I'd never met Laura again, or I'd met her and she'd carried on with telling me she was a PA, I don't think it would have crossed my mind at all. But the fact that it has crossed my mind means I have to satisfy myself about it as an opportunity and don't regret what I do in the end.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    My God, some of the people on this board, I'll be glad to get back to Digital Spy. :banghead:

    Don't be so BLOODY STUPID woman!

    What's clearly happening here is that you've had a fling with your friend, and you're all over the place because of that. I bet if she suggested you leap off the roof like Thelma and Louise you'd consider doing that as well. Anyway, you say you're nearly 29, that's probly too old for that sorta ting anyway, the sleaze bags that get involved in this probably want barely legal poppits and you'd hardly get any work.

    I know times are hard, but to even consider this you'd have to be a complete idiot. There's half a dozen women in Ipswich who haven't got any choices any more.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    My God, some of the people on this board, I'll be glad to get back to Digital Spy. :banghead:

    Don't be so BLOODY STUPID woman!

    What's clearly happening here is that you've had a fling with your friend, and you're all over the place because of that. I bet if she suggested you leap off the roof like Thelma and Louise you'd consider doing that as well. Anyway, you say you're nearly 29, that's probly too old for that sorta ting anyway, the sleaze bags that get involved in this probably want barely legal poppits and you'd hardly get any work.

    I know times are hard, but to even consider this you'd have to be a complete idiot. There's half a dozen women in Ipswich who haven't got any choices any more.


    I don't think you understand the difference between being an Escort and being a prostitute on the street mate.

    Actually, why don't you just piss off somewhere else if you don't like it here?
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    Escort = a prostitute that takes expensive homecalls.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    yeah there isnt any difference apart from ones in an office and ones in the field
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    yeah there isnt any difference apart from ones in an office and ones in the field

    :lol:

    They're both still doing something that has the same ultimate result, but the ways they are approached are very differently.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    But an Escort is viewed to be more 'upper class' and are much better than a prosize!
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    not really. Most people know theyre different terms for the same thing.

    Noone is really going to think its particularly upper class.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    I thought an escort was more of just a date? Having sex was not part of the package and looked down upon from the outside (whether or not it happens is another story ;)) as it would make the business illegeal anyways. Like you escort somebody to a function... What am I thinking of then...
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    oh, i think youre just thinking of that line some of them spin so it doesnt look as dodgy ;)
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    We want pictures dammit :D

    Sorry, unhelpful I know, but I couldn't help it :D
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    I have to disagree to an extent, there is a big difference between someone on the street who will (in the majority of cases) have a pimp, take whoever comes along, and charges £15 a go. Compared to high end escorts who charge hundreds of pounds an hour, extra for specialist services, they don't do it in the back of the car it is usually hotel rooms paid for by the client, they get to select which clients they will take on and how many clients they'll take on in a day, etc.

    Sure, ultimately they are both selling sex for money, but they are worlds apart, and if the escort is working through an agency she isn't even doing anything illegal as it is the agency that is breaking the law (as I understand it). Its kind of the difference between someone peddling cheap DVDs on a street corner and a sales assistant at Gucci; ultimately they are doing the same job, but worlds apart. Doesn't mean either job is for everyone, but chances are you'll be at significantly higher risk on the street than working as an escort through an established agency with lots of safety procedures in place.

    To the OP, good luck with your decision, just be careful about making massive changes in your life and moving to London etc. before you even know if it is a job that you'll be happy doing.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    I think you should think long and hard about this because as other people have said this is a pretty momentous decision and even if you don't consider all the personal risks this could have a huge impact on your relationship with family members, future partners etc.

    I think you are probably romanticizing it a bit as well. I know that personally, whenever i get stuck in a rut with a job and start looking at other options, I always dream it to be some sort of ideal that will rescue me from the boredom of whatever i'm doing at that time. It never is and every job has its upsides and downsides. Your friend is almost certainly talking it up as well - not necessarily because she's trying to trick you or anything sinister, but because you two were obviously close and she clearly values your opinion and wants you to see how well she's doing.

    You definitely seem to have a crush on her, if you look at your posts you seem to be much more interested in her than the job. And she's come back into your life at a time where you're sick of your job and desperate to move out so you're only seeing what you want to see to make this the ticket out of your rut.

    I think you need to work out whether its the 'escort lifestyle' or the girl that you want. Do you consider becoming prostitute a sound career move or are you at a place in your life where you are desperate for a bit of excitement?

    Hope that doesn't come across as judgmental and if you do go for it, best of luck to you.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    FireFly85 wrote: »
    I have to disagree to an extent, there is a big difference between someone on the street who will (in the majority of cases) have a pimp, take whoever comes along, and charges £15 a go. Compared to high end escorts who charge hundreds of pounds an hour, extra for specialist services, they don't do it in the back of the car it is usually hotel rooms paid for by the client, they get to select which clients they will take on and how many clients they'll take on in a day, etc.

    Sure, ultimately they are both selling sex for money, but they are worlds apart, and if the escort is working through an agency she isn't even doing anything illegal as it is the agency that is breaking the law (as I understand it). Its kind of the difference between someone peddling cheap DVDs on a street corner and a sales assistant at Gucci; ultimately they are doing the same job, but worlds apart. Doesn't mean either job is for everyone, but chances are you'll be at significantly higher risk on the street than working as an escort through an established agency with lots of safety procedures in place.

    To the OP, good luck with your decision, just be careful about making massive changes in your life and moving to London etc. before you even know if it is a job that you'll be happy doing.


    The only difference is the price.

    It isnt a respectable job. It isnt just another job. It may well be a quick way of earning lots of money but at what price to yourself and your own self worth. It takes a certain sort of person to do something like that and it not either batter their self esteem or ruin sex for them for good, not to mention the huge health risks.

    What about if you fell in love with someone in the future. How is the fact that you are an ex prostitute going to affect that relationship. It will only be very few guys who will be able to overlook that, either that or youre going to have a huge secret always at risk of coming out at any time.

    This is a huge lifechanging decision, and one you wont necessarily be able to undo
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    Nevermind the massive gap in your employment record and lack of a reference.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    i think your friend is also only telling you the positives as a way of defending her choice.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    What about if you fell in love with someone in the future. How is the fact that you are an ex prostitute going to affect that relationship. It will only be very few guys who will be able to overlook that, either that or youre going to have a huge secret always at risk of coming out at any time.

    Therein lies the difference!

    "i used to be an escort" means someone can assume you took rich men to parties and went home at the end of the night happy and with money!

    In the end i agree though being an Escort is basicly being a prostitute with a phone number, both a prostitute and an escort have sex for money... escorts kiss sometimes and wear knickers.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    It isnt a respectable job. It isnt just another job. It may well be a quick way of earning lots of money but at what price to yourself and your own self worth. It takes a certain sort of person to do something like that and it not either batter their self esteem or ruin sex for them for good, not to mention the huge health risks.

    What about if you fell in love with someone in the future. How is the fact that you are an ex prostitute going to affect that relationship. It will only be very few guys who will be able to overlook that, either that or youre going to have a huge secret always at risk of coming out at any time.

    Of course you're right that it is only a certain type of person who could do the job, and you have to think long and hard about the consequences. However I would still say there is a signficant difference between an escort working for an agency and a street walker, in terms of personal safety and choice, which are two important elements that must not be overlooked when making this sort of decision.

    I do also agree with other posts about the OP's feelings towards her friend possibly clouding her judgement about the issue, since the job and the friend seem heavily entwined in her posts, it might be good to have a think about that and for the OP to explore her feelings about her friend and that relationship as well in a different context to thinking about the job and a new lifestyle?
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    I could maybe offer a perspective on this. I had two ex-girlfriends that worked in the sex industry. One worked as an escort, the other as an exotic dancer/stripper or what ever you want to call it. It is not for everyone. Working these types of jobs can take a mental toll on you. The general stereotypes of women who do these types of jobs are not always necessarily valid. The ex-gf who was an escort was studying philosophy and is now practising as a lawyer. She was always top of her class. Her reasons for becoming an escort were that she needed the money and it was the only job that she could do that did not interfere too much with her education. She did it part time while she was studying. The problem for me was that she became an escort while we wore going out, and didn't bother to tell me. She was doing this behind my back until I found out and busted her. The money was good, very good and she had a hard time letting go of it. She tried to stop escorting numberous times, but she kept going back to it because of the money. Eventually she stopped, but by that time it was too late for me, we had broken up.

    The last ex-gf who was a stripper was a different story. I met her in the strip club and knew what she did for a living. Again, another girl that was totally different from the stereotype. If you really want to get into the sex industry, this might be a better option for you. You can try it and see what it feels like. The money is still good. In fact, on a good night I think strippers can take in more than a lot of escorts. It is a much easier job, physically and emotionally. Though it still does take a toll on you.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    Becoming an escort

    I am a little surprised this topic just keeps on going. It's really not a big issue if you want to do escorting just go for it. I have been a male escort since february this year. Out of a necessity to make money and get myself back on my feet I took the plunge and joined an agency.
    At first the male bravado kicked in and I just took it in my stride. Then after about a week when I got my first booking the nerves kicked in.

    All I knew was that I was going to a house in Hampstead to meet a middle aged woman. This conjured up all kinds of images in my mind from a one legged trog to an 18 stone trollope. I just couldn't believe this was happening for real and there were no catches.
    To my surprise I was quietly impressed when the door opened to see an attractive woman in her early 40's. I instantly thought Davina McColl she had an athletic figure, and was wearing a close fitting black dress.
    The evening went very well and I made her feel at ease by making lots of jokes about what I expected to see when the door opened.
    My client who I can't name for discretionary reasons was an affluent business woman, who claimed she didn't have enough time to commit to a full on relationship with anyone.
    I thought I had landed on the moon and wondered why I hadn't done this work sooner instead of being skint for the past year.
    My final words are this if you are in a situation whereby you need to earn cash quick I don't know an easier way. As long as you're able to sleep with yourself at the end of the night then it not a problem.

    Good luck

    BP

    *link removed - you can not link to an escort agency through this website *
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    *link removed - you can not link to an escort agency through this website *

    Owned.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    JsT wrote: »
    Owned.

    At least you didn't say Pwned...
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    *link removed*
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