Can people stop talking about sex workers like we are all clones please?
Here is a thought for you. Sex workers...
- Come from many different countries
- Are all different shapes and sizes
- Are all different ages
- Are different genders
- Started sex work for many different reasons
- Have come into this from many different avenues, where some may be assisted and others not
- Have different sexual services offered
- Work different hours
- Charge different prices
- Differing levels of education
- Differing habits such as smoking or drinking
With all these basic variables, why do people still insist on seeing us as clones and all working in the same way with the same levels of understanding? Why assume that having had one or two experiences you may have had a problem with, that this will happen across the board and why assume that another client would know how to behave when they may have never met the next person you choose to book?
For anyone to suggest that this okay is wrong. Treat each person you communicate with or meet as an individual. Respect their needs and boundaries and if you have a problem that seems to lead to you having a bad experience or being rejected with certain services, let them know in advance so they can google it and get back to you with a yes or a no. Surely that would be common sense?
I'm not trying to be anti here, but after years of seeing these silly threads with 'what do escorts like?' 'when is the best time to meet an escort' etc, etc, it gets kind of depressing.
Don't you guys ever learn or see us as people?