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    Default Is reviewing not disrespectful?

    I feel it would be disrespectful to review a maiden they are not pieces of meat.

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    We're not reviewing the person. Just the services.

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    they have the option to opt out of reviews if they don't want it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClitEastwood View Post
    I feel it would be disrespectful to review a maiden they are not pieces of meat.
    And you think looking for maidens that only charge 50 is being respectful

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClitEastwood View Post
    I feel it would be disrespectful to review a maiden they are not pieces of meat.
    Given that most clients (myself included) have a 'no reviews, no service' policy (and really the more reviews the better), you're not being disrespectful...you're helping give them more business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anon361 View Post
    And you think looking for maidens that only charge €50 is being respectful
    I cant help my budget I am a poor cowboy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyletiter View Post
    Given that most clients (myself included) have a 'no reviews, no service' policy (and really the more reviews the better), you're not being disrespectful...you're helping give them more business.
    But they are not meat ? Not a beef jerky they are human and almost equal to men in most ways. Its just not right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClitEastwood View Post
    But they are not meat ? Not a beef jerky they are human and almost equal to men in most ways. Its just not right.
    Me thinks you are trying to stir the ship :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyletiter View Post
    Given that most clients (myself included) have a 'no reviews, no service' policy (and really the more reviews the better), you're not being disrespectful...you're helping give them more business.
    I read a discussion on one of the reddit sexworker related boards a few weeks ago where a few were saying that they noticed when they reviews get into the hundreds, the phone rings less and less as newbies are too intimidated to call - and (since it's yanks discussing it where it's illegal) people assume something is fishy if they've been around so long.

    It was an interesting insight. People only think its a ballache here (for escorts and clients). A quick read on there shows you how easy we have it.

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    When I was touring recently I decided to pop out to the shops to get some vitals and ended up forgetting about work as I was enjoying taking photo's. Anyway my phone was going mental and I hadn't checked it for a while. It turns out that I had a review gone through. Reviews certainly bring you up to the top of the pile if nothing else. It didn't last long and by the time I got back to where I was working it was back to normal by the evening.

    If only I was more dedicated!!!

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