Thursday, January 18, 2018

Thinking Ahead As A Tenerife Escort

There are some questions that escorts tend to get asked a lot when people who are not involved in the sex industry find out that they are talking to a sex worker. I suppose it is a little like some sadistic child pulling the wings off a fly to see what happens. The typical and boring ones are predictable. How did I get started? Was I forced into it? Have I been trafficked? Am I or was I a drug addict? Am I or was I in lots of debt and felt I had no other choice? How much sex do I have? How many clients do I see a day or week? Do I have a pimp who beats me up if I do not earn enough (thanks, Hollywood!) Do I ever feel threatened by clients? Have I been arrested or in in jail? How much money do I make? You see what I mean about predictable? By the way, the answers are (in order) I wanted to make money. No. No. No. No. Not as much as you would think and less than some girls who use Tinder a lot. About three a day on average. No. Less often than I did when I was just dating. No. More than most people.

But every so often someone surprises me with a new or interesting question. And that happened to me last week. A friend said that they had been wanting to ask me something for a long time – in fact ever since they found out I work as a Tenerife escort – but they had been re-watching Secret Diary Of A Call Girl (which is very funny and 50% accurate and 50% wildly off the mark - and it had prompted them to finally ask me. They wanted to know what makes a good client. Which, I have to be honest, floored me because I have never really thought about it. I might use a lovely picture of Billy Piper as Belle du Jour as my laptop wallpaper, but aside from what I need to to work successfully I do not really think about it that much. But maybe I need to a little more.


The beauty of being an escort is that if you use escort agencies to market you and make things happen, then you can just get on with your life other than managing the relationship with your life. But I am well aware that when my value as a working girl starts to lessen I will either have to retire or start my own business so maybe I need to start thinking things through better. 

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