Dude that isn't only happening there. I know of girls pumping them through back to back to back to back.....just a baby wipe and go.....nasty. I can't imagine going down on a girls nipples and tasting someone else's load.....ewwwwwww......daredevil said:Some SPs dont even have time to take a shower between sessions *GROSS* in Toronto
Dapperdon said:Felicity brought up some good points ...I personally have no issues with a woman being an sp , to me it a job like any other and if there is an attaction , the conversation is easy and you get the feeling ( you know the one where you feel like you have known each other for years ) I would date her for sure.
I think that the problem is that most guys would over think it too much instead of just going with the flow
While I would agree with you, I think you would also be surprised to know how many escorts are in relationships, and not necessarily in "open relationships".athaire said:I think these guys could be considered the exception and not the rule.
GenevieveLajoie said:While I would agree with you, I think you would also be surprised to know how many escorts are in relationships, and not necessarily in "open relationships".
As Felicity and 3 suggested, the key here is honesty and good communication. Which doesn't mean that the SP needs to share every bit of details of their job with their partners, but communicating and understanding each others' boundaries, limits, and insecurities is the key to a healthy relationship, any relationship really, but particularly one involving one of the partner doing sex work.
RAWD said:Fascinating thread, especially with perspectives from both sides and sexes.
Felicity puts it well - we're sharing intimacy.
We all know sh!t happens. When people get naked together, chemistry, emotions, etc. We all know girls who hide the job from their SOs. We all know girls who have special clients for whom rules are broken. So much can be justified for the job, which would otherwise be unfathomable in a committed relationship.
I'm sorry, but I don't think being an SP is just like any other job.