DiscoMoon

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  1. Why is it that when guys tell you they're interested in seeing a regular provider, they turn into intake administrators who need to ask some questions for your file? :mad:

    Seriously, guys, if you want a regular type of thing, [snip} Don't drill me with a million questions. Amirite??

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  2. I personally do NOT like doing half hours - I tried that a few times when I had access to an incall location MONTHS ago, since all I had to do was hang out at the house and wait, I thought it would be easy and fun.... but I didn't like the "rushed" feeling and if I wanted to spend more time with him, I felt pressured on principle to require more money, and it seemed very wham bam and disconnected. I'm all about the connection and passion, so the half hour thing just doesn't work for me. I'm not trying to be greedy or not help a feller out, but it's just that I need to make sure I'm happy and comfortable when I do my job and I'd rather get to know a guy for a few minutes!! You'd be surprised how close you can feel to someone even after just a few minutes of chatting!

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  3. My experience has been that younger and guys act entitled and cheap ( not always but generally) and think that they should get it for free because of how handsome and great they are in bed..or so they say..

    Wow, that has been the opposite of my experience; the guys I meet are most often young - usually between 20s and 35 - for some reason, and they all act great, like they're on their very first date and want to impress me; very sweet, and very eager to learn from someone with experience!! I love it!!

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  4. LOL true enough, why waste my fantastic "hoo-ha"! However, I've found myself craving it after a long, long time of not having any at all with ANYONE - but I think it's something I will probably slowly open myself up to, and probably with a regular I love and trust :)

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  5. Yeah, it's awesome when your gf has to go fuck other guys at the end of the month to make rent... tried it. Not an awesome feeling for me as it turns out. YMMV.

    Lots of guys feel that way about our line of work... I'd have to say, though, that if I was going to date anyone, they'd have to be 100% supportive of the industry and ideologically on the same page with me about it, i.e. the fact that our services are INVALUABLE and ESSENTIAL to society, and that my job is a beautiful one that makes me able to reach people and connect with them on a deeper level than you can do at ANY other conceivable job - and that's VERY important... also someone who regularly supports the industry, proof that they support providers and the work they do.

    I've had a few phone calls from guys who want to go on "dates" but don't want to see me professionally because "they don't pay for it" - they somehow don't realize how insulting that really is.

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  6. I don't usually smoke but I do it once in a while, especially if my date does, so I'd want to know - all you'd have to say is, "Hey, I just wanted to make sure you don't smoke, bc it bothers me and I don't like the smell," and I'd make sure I smelled good (if I had, for some reason, smoked a cigarette that day) or I'd make sure NOT to smoke that day! I think most providers would do this, and it's definitely on you to say something; we're not psychic, but ask and I'm sure you will receive!!

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  7. LOL Nahh, I just mean get organized. Talk to one another, be supportive, not try to lowball one another with super duper specials and maintain a decent price level. On [other sites], everyone seems to be fairly consistent with pricing and I think that makes the girls look good while providing customers a reasonable level of expectation regarding pricing and service. Professionalism and support of one another.

    Can I get an AMEN? :D

    yeah but if they were to unionize and still be independent contractors, would that still make us 'management'?

    my god, think of the 1099's that would have to start flyin around here

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  8. Agreed!!!

    in years past, my advice has always been: Disclose your race to the provider, saves hassle this way.

    However, i've changed my mind. Does a white person tell a working girl that he's white? No, he doesn't.

    So why should a black person?

    A provider who discriminates on the basis of race (an entirely arbitrary criterion with no basis in facts/data/statistics - no, sorry, you're not more likely to be killed by a black whoremonger), should be fed a healthy dose of her own medicine.

    I mean, if you want to come to a black dude's house and then decide you can't go through with the appointment, your sunk/opportunity costs are:

    1. Time wasted coming to my house.

    2. Time wasted leaving my house.

    3. Gas wasted.

    4. Missed appointment = $0 in your pocket.

    5. Couldn't schedule another appointment in that timeslot = $0 in your pocket.

    6. Wear and tear on your car.

    Further thoughts:

    If she asks, lie. Many of "us" don't "sound black" anyways, so the question never comes up.

    But, but, i hear you say, i'm gonna get bad service! My answer: You're banging a working girl, not dating the prom queen. She still spread her legs, didn't she? Alternatively, write her a bad review if the service, so to speak, sucked.

    It's 2013, ladies, if you wanna be a racist, do so in another universe.;)

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