Well this was an interesting Google find. The guy was actually a stalker, so thanks for having at him. But just a cpl of points.
A: Not a whore, prossie or a bint, but lovely to hear how you men talk about us working girls.
B: A deposit makes sound business sense given that a lot of men waste your time and/or totally back out of calls, especially on overnight outcalls where I have travelled to different cities at my own cost only to have the 'punter' cancel. Besides, I have a very public profile, it's not like I can take your money and run.
C: Communication is on my terms as I don't have to just cater to you, I have a life also. Mostly it's left to my PA.
D: if you don't like it, go have a lonely wank.
If your statement about a stalker is true then you could've handled your post in a much better manner. I have to say that I'd have been far more sympathetic to a less cynical and abrasive response. You're in the shop window yet went with the above, and that's not very sound business sense! Maybe you should've left this to your PA. Response to your points -
A. There are many men on here who don't use these terms. If you want to challenge stereotyping or pejorative comments then simply replicating them seriously undermines your case. Since you raised the issue of labels, there are many on here who wouldn't consider you a "porn star" with your limited catalogue of starring roles! However you seem prepared to self-label yourself as such as a marketing ploy.
B. You're entitled to ask for a deposit, just as punters are entitled to question the practice or decline to pay one. This site has many reported instances of scurrilous, larcenous behaviour where punters have been conned out of significant sums of money. Caveat emptor and all that. Deposits are not a routine practice in punting. Your "public profile" (and I confess that I had no idea who you were until this thread) is no guarantee of probity. You should perhaps consider ways of filtering for time wasters, pretty much as all WGs must.
C. You're not catering to punters, you're marketing your services as a sex worker and communication is a primary aspect of that. How you choose to market yourself and manage the interface with punters is your concern, but remember that you're courting our money and your business model should respond to our expectations, preferences, etc. I (and many punters) never deal with agencies or a "PA" (with the potentially negative connotations of that set up). I take that approach as (contrary to your points) some idea of the woman's personality, presentation, etc are important to me in deciding whether or not I want to spend time with her and make a booking.
D. Again more stereotyping; the punter as sad, lonely, wanker. Even within the punting context the more likely action is to simply arrange a booking with the gorgeous WG / WGs of our choosing, and without the attitude. However Chloe you may be surprised to learn that many of us are highly accomplished, professional, have rich, fulfilling personal relationships and social lives. Don't you attract those types of men as clients / punters?