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Author Topic: Why do they do it?  (Read 6018 times)

Offline softlad

How do you do the classification and can I not charge £70 for 30 minutes being a prostitute?

You can charge what you want.
I wouldn't pay that for a non GFE type service.
 

Offline Wife4rent

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I wouldn't pay that for a non GFE type service.

Ok, just for you, I can throw some nagging in.............

Offline Strawberry

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For me the definition of Escort designated myself as a person who works indoors, and charges by time not activity.

Offline softlad

Ok, just for you, I can throw some nagging in.............

Sex and nagging would make a nice change to the just nagging, I currently get at home...... :)

Offline Matium

Escort = Prostitute

Courtesan = Prostitute

Lady of the Night = Prostitute

Companion = Prostitute

I have no time for women who use euphemisms.

I have a huge amount of respect for women who are honest with themselves and men and use the correct term, which is "Prostitute".

Offline Wayang

Totally with you on that - I only use WG as it easier to spell!

Offline oconnor


You might want to read who's posting what before you dive in feet first !  :rolleyes:

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Offline gari54

Escort = Prostitute

Courtesan = Prostitute

Lady of the Night = Prostitute

Companion = Prostitute


Market stall worker = Businessman?

Corner shop owner = Businessman?

Car Dealer = Businessman?

Sir Phillip Green/Richard Branson = Businessman?

OR

17 yr old in McDonalds = Cook?

Kebab shop worker = Cook?

Dinner lady = Cook?

Head of the Savoy = Cook?

Theres no room for generalising is there?  :rolleyes:

Offline Wife4rent

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Market stall worker = Businessman?

Corner shop owner = Businessman?

Car Dealer = Businessman?

Sir Phillip Green/Richard Branson = Businessman?

OR

17 yr old in McDonalds = Cook?

Kebab shop worker = Cook?

Dinner lady = Cook?

Head of the Savoy = Cook?

Theres no room for generalising is there?  :rolleyes:

Prostitute = Business Woman

Offline Lady Poppy

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While I was in Newcastle after having some fun we started having a little chat and I asked the chap if he had seen many 'prostitutes' before.  He looked at me horrified and asked me if I was okay using that word with regards to myself and he didn't see me that way.  I just laughed and said it didn't bother me at all, as long as he enjoyed himself.

I think often it is the 'man' who dictates the title of the role.  What you are willing to accept and the activity that you are participating in.  The majority prefer not to use the term prostitute believing it to be too harsh and pointed towards sex only.  The GFE encapsulates a lot more than just sex and therefore the milder word of 'Escort' seems to be a more fitting title.


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