5 Important Things to Consider When Hiring a Sex Worker
Courtesy goes a long way toward an experience you’ll both enjoy.
|Demeter deLune||Mar 5|| 1|
Hiring a sex worker isn’t something you do every day, so it stands to reason it isn’t at the forefront of your thoughts. It’s important to keep in mind, though this should be a fun and engaging interaction, there are rules and regulations.
Being mindful of your safety and the safety of your companion helps you go into the interaction with the right mindset. Giving your encounter some thought ahead of time ensures a lovely time for everyone involved.
1. Be honest about your expectations going in.
Let’s be honest, most people hiring a sex worker (prostitute, escort, whatever name you’re using) expect to engage in sexual activity. It is illegal in most localities to pay someone for sex.
It’s all in how you word things. Most seasoned sex workers will tell you, what happens between two consenting adults is between them. What you’re paying for is their time.
When you’re searching for the right companion, their website, profile, etc. can tell you a lot about what they’re interested in from a client. Some higher end escorts offer dates more suited to people looking for arm candy for a corporate event, weekend getaways, and intelligent conversation.
It’s always a good thing to remember, a lot of women involved in the sex industry are doing so in order to pay for college, or pay off student loans for degrees they’ve already obtained. Don’t discount the women involved in this industry as low-rent.
Respect gets you places you’ve never dreamed of.