GenevieveLajoie said:...., why not just focus on finding the providers that provide the kind of GFE that you are looking for?
Of course there are. But isn't that what review boards are for?jiggyjiggy said:Gen I believe there should still be an expected menu. I've seen the phrase thrown around we pay for the ladies time, that's all good to say from a legal POV but I pay to have pure raunchy sex. If I see GFE listed and I 'm only given a CBJ I am not a happy camper as I head out to catch the subway back. I am not accusing you of short changing anyone because based on your reviews you are outstanding in the service department, but there are ladies out there that intentionally mislead the clients in order to make the quick buck.
Demien2k5 said:If there is at some point going to be some form of industry standardization and regulation implemented, I call first dibs for the job of "GFE Regulator". Looking forward to overseeing client sessions on behalf of the industry from the comfort of my cushy office (in the condo closet) where I can discreetly monitor (peering creepily through the louvred doors) all the action and render the necessary compliance judgements.
Where do I go to get my official "Chicken Inspector" Badge?
pg 22 Sex Workers The PRA health and safety requirement apply to every person who provides commercial sexual services. Section 9 of the PRA (Prostitution Reform Act) requires every sex worker not to provide commercial sexual services unless they have taken all reasonable steps to ensure that a prophylactic shield or other appropriate barrier is used. This duty is applies if those services include vaginal, anal or oral penetration or another activity with a similar or greater risk of acquiring or transmitting sexually transmissable infections. The PRA also makes it an offence for a sex worker to state or imply that a medical examination of them means that he or she is not infected, or likely to be infected, with a sexually transmissable infection.
pg 23 Clients The PRA's requirements apply to any person who receives or seeks to receive commercial sexual services. Section 9 of the PRA (Prostitution Reform Act) requires every client of a sex worker not to receive commercial sexual services unless they have taken all reasonable steps to ensure that a prophylactic shield or other appropriate barrier is used.
Mineshaft said:Seems pretty straightforward to me.
GFE = GirlFriend Experience.
Have you ever met a guy who had a girlfriend that would not let him kiss her? Legitimate medical reasons notwithstanding, passionate kissing in our culture is a staple of every healthy relationship. Even in the movies, the easiest way for a couple to pretend to be GF/BF is to embrace with a deep kiss. Therefore, if a GFE is offered but there's no real kissing then the "experience" is simply not there.
GenevieveLajoie said:I always find it a bit funny when threads like this one appear with suggestions to "standardize" services. Notwithstanding the facts that 1) this industry cannot by definition be standardized, and 2) what is provided and how it's called is ultimately up to the provider to decide, the idea of a "standardized GFE" assumes that every client is looking for the same thing when it comes to the Girlfriend Experience.
But as it is clear that not every guy like the same type of women, it should also be obvious that not every guy is looking for the same kind of experience when they are looking for a GFE provider.
From my experience, I can assure you that there are as many definition of GFE from the client's perspective as they are from the provider's perspective. For some, what defines a GFE is the kissing, for others, it's the atmosphere and the feeling that "you're not paying her", for many, it's the connection with another human being, and for others, it's a "menu" list.
So, rather than trying to come to one agreed upon definition of GFE (which is by definition a vain attempt), why not just focus on finding the providers that provide the kind of GFE that you are looking for?