I haven't been on this website in quite some time, in truth there are a number of factors that have caused me to keep my distance from the escort scene.
As some of you may remember, I have political aspirations and am quite paranoid about the impact seeing W/Ls can have on any form of political career, from politician to policy drafter. The recent scandal with MP Craig Thompson was somewhat of a point of concern for me. Barring the ethical issues of his actions, the primary thing that entered m
The time-old defence that "people pay for sex somehow" has probably a lot more meaning than people might think. It goes beyond the literal meanings (ie. having to buy your partner gifts, food, alcohol etc) and the metaphorical (the emotional costs, support etc) and I think goes somewhat to a deeper level. There are other metaphorical costs involved in a sexual liaison, although these are somewhat less apparent.
The one that springs to mind first is that of having a one-nighter with an attra
The struggle for power is a dominant force in everyday life. Its what encourages people to get jobs with more power and control over ones surroundings and co-workers, or encourages people to run for parliament and affect peoples lives for better or worse. It forms a fundamental part of capitalism, from the rich asserting fiscal power to the customer bending the salesman to their will for fear of losing the customer. When it comes to the world of punting, I feel that a good client and a good W/L
One of the reasons I loved Two and a Half men was because of Charlie's up-front attitude about seeing working girls (albeit with that ever-so-American phrase "hookers"). Despite the characters success with women without needing to pay, he still had no objections to forking some cash out and had even less objections about people knowing. As much as Charlie is hardly a role-model when it comes to how to treat the ladies, I admire the characters complete honestly about paying for sex, not giving a
Its funny, around this time last year I was steadfast in my decision not to ever engage the services of an escort. It wasn't a moral reflection of the industry, but rather a personal choice. As it happens I'm not the best looking guy out there and not that good with getting dates but in my mind at the time the idea of paying for sex when I struggled to get it in a relationship was one that I felt would just make me feel worse about myself than better. I never believed the conservative religious/