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Author Topic: 'Donations' and 'courtesans'  (Read 3560 times)

It seems to me that 'prostitute' is a good, basic word for the occupation.  It's also the word used by the law.  'Whore' has a nice, solid Anglo-Saxon feel to it but I accept it has derogatory overtones. 'Escort' is a euphemism that has passed into general use, a bit like 'toilet' and ,as such, I find it  acceptable.


Does that mean if you're the sort of person who says 'escort', that you're also likely to say 'toilet' and 'serviette', and to talk about having your dinner in the middle of the day?

'Whore' I've always thought to be the most 'U' of all terms for prostitutes. Goes with 'bog' and 'napkin'. And luncheon.  And so on.


Offline foresight

Does that mean if you're the sort of person who says 'escort', that you're also likely to say 'toilet' and 'serviette', and to talk about having your dinner in the middle of the day?

'Whore' I've always thought to be the most 'U' of all terms for prostitutes. Goes with 'bog' and 'napkin'. And luncheon.  And so on.

I always wrap my donation in a serviette and hand it to the courtesan.

Offline outofthegame

The other thing that gets me is wishlists... Does anyone really turn up with some size 10 knickers or 60 quids worth of perfume and then pay for the sex as well :crazy:

Offline AnthG

The other thing that gets me is wishlists... Does anyone really turn up with some size 10 knickers or 60 quids worth of perfume and then pay for the sex as well :crazy:

I would like to think someone buys these things. And all it takes is one and the girl is happy.

Offline Strawberry

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Yes some guys do like to bring presents, it's their choice and not expected.

Offline Miss A Squires

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I have people buy me things from the wishlist who I never meet. Not entirely sure why as most of things are there are in case someone wants something specific for the booking that i don't have.

Offline Matium

A donation is a voluntary contribution.

What if I wanted to make a donation of 50p?

 :diablo:

Offline Matium

An increasing number of girls are using the word: "Fees", which is much more professional.

Offline Fatbrian

Just as I hate the use of the word 'courtesan' in a prostitute's profile, I also hate the use of the term 'donation'. A donation implies a voluntary contribution, which this certainly is not. It is a fee or a charge and should be called that.
Most of the ones who use terms such a courtesan and donation will be crap service providers as they think too much of themselves.

I notice the bitter sisters tend to use these bollocks terms, which isn't suprising.  :rolleyes:

Give me a woman who is happy to refer to herself as a prostitute anyday (three of the best I've seen were happy to do so) rather than these stuck up bitches.  :mad:

totally agree and was saying the same  on another site the other day. the fee is  not a voluntary contribution, it is as  you state a charge for a service.

Offline kizzie

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Whore.  it always gets a reaction one way or another.  i like it because its earthy, dirty and it is what it is.  I dislike Escort (though i use it because it is such a generally accepted term now) but to me it's a hypocrisy -as if we are making excuses or attempting to steralise or make grander what we do. (Bit like domestic scientist  :dash:) it remains the same no matter what you call it.
One of the main things i like about whoring is the honesty of the transaction - Escorting or Escort doesn't gel well for me because of that.
 But it's a personal choice and to be frank, you can call me what you like, as long as you pay me.   :coolgirl: harsh but true!

Offline smiths

Whore.  it always gets a reaction one way or another.  i like it because its earthy, dirty and it is what it is.  I dislike Escort (though i use it because it is such a generally accepted term now) but to me it's a hypocrisy -as if we are making excuses or attempting to steralise or make grander what we do. (Bit like domestic scientist  :dash:) it remains the same no matter what you call it.
One of the main things i like about whoring is the honesty of the transaction - Escorting or Escort doesn't gel well for me because of that.
 But it's a personal choice and to be frank, you can call me what you like, as long as you pay me.   :coolgirl: harsh but true!


I will be sticking with WG which i prefer, i know what i am referring to so thats all that matters to me. I agree about Escort, its dressing it up as is client or gentleman instead of punter which i use.

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I use the word 'Escort' because so many people jump back in horror at the P or Wh word, plus I doubt very much many people search google using those words either.

I do get the odd person asking 'ow much 4 sex luv', because they think 'Escorting' is all about social interaction. I helpfully explain that 99% of Escorts do provide a sexual service, but I suspect there is too much romance in the media about it all. It's still a common myth however that Escorts don't provide sex.

Unfortunately I find the 'ow much 4 sex luv' enquiries really don't go anywhere, I don't mind being helpful but they tend to go on to be very rude, demanding and agressive unable to follow basic ettiquette. I cringe when I get such an enquiry, but will reply politely.

Tony Montana

I like the word "hooker", probably due to the association with the "Happy Hooker"  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xaviera_Hollander and the memoirs that she used to write.

But, some hookers think there is too much of a street-girl association with the word.

Offline Lurtz

I like the word "hooker", probably due to the association with the "Happy Hooker"  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xaviera_Hollander and the memoirs that she used to write.

But, some hookers think there is too much of a street-girl association with the word.

I always liked the fun-sounding word 'prossies', but it has become tainted due to its similarity with the overused put-down 'pro$$ies'.


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