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    (Original post by Rimipie)
    ewww i hope your boyfriend dumps you, god knows where you've been

    oh and by calling yourself an escort, doesn't make you less sluttier
    at the end of the day you're still a whore, sorry
    Hmm sorry, but this.
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    (Original post by birdsong1)
    I don't know why everyone's pounding on about "dignity" when the truth is, it's no less dignified than 90% of the one night stands that don't involve money being paid.

    I also love how the bf "partially" knows, though :p:
    Well I never said those were dignified either...

    But at least they're free and have mutual attraction.

    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I did it last year.. it is one of those things I have really good and really bad memories of. I met men who loved me and met me twice in one day, went to nice hotels to meet rich men who had come up from London. But I also met people who 'just didn't like me', people who essentially raped me, asked me to do really nasty things (lick closer to the ******* please) and a big fat weirdo who I fainted in front of. Agencies make you pay for men you turn down, so in that sense you could be a toilet for anybody - trust me when I say doing this job you will get the men who need to pay for sex. Charging £150, I got men who were very poor and had saved, people on disability benefits. So it's not classy. And you certainly don't feel classy, you feel rough and alienated at the end of the day.

    It sounds more like you volunteered if you don't need the money. But please don't feel like you have to do it 'while you have your nubility'.. don't let society's idea of an exciting life get you into trouble.

    If you're volunteering, go independent and choose your clients and charge a little more (£200+). That way it's not really prostitution. Just a tip: there are ways of leading exciting extravagent lifestyles without becoming a toilet seat for men. Date rich men or see rich clients for money who are at least agreeable, ie. being independent. A standard £150 agency job is not a life I would reccomend.
    I was reeeeally hoping you'd use your story in a good way to encourage her to stay out of the trade. Needless to say, I'm feeling a little let down.
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    Is it not dangerous?

    And correct me if I'm wrong.. but I thought you only had to pay back your student loan when you had a certain income so that you could afford to? Meaning you shouldn't have to resort to being an escort to pay it back? D:
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    blatantly lying to your boyfriend
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    (Original post by Delta Usafa)
    I was reeeeally hoping you'd use your story in a good way to encourage her to stay out of the trade. Needless to say, I'm feeling a little let down.
    I am advising her out of the trade. Outside of all this moral stuff, whether we think she's empowered, an object for pervs, or a dirty whore, it is a very bad, dirty job. Though some of it is good and a lot of young girls are attracted to it - partly because society tells us every day we need to 'make men happy'. My advice to her is to go independent and choose the clients, that's not actually prostitution.

    On the legal side, prostitution is illegal in all its forms. But agencies and parlours pretend never openly advertise the selling of sex, always with 'anything occuring is between mutually consenting adults' on their site. An agency is illegal, but the girls aren't doing anything wrong as they're the mutually consenting adults. We're obviously evading tax however, and I know of a girl who was stalked for a year by tax inspectors, who found out her college, and was in touch with her every week.

    I do think programs like Belle De Jour are responsible for the scores of young girls seeing escorting as the best thing since sliced bread. It's a real shame our edgy culture is so approving - but I say let these girls find out for themselves how bad it can be.
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    Where do you live :ninja2:

    will you do a 50% tsr discount :p:


    and your boyfriend knows are you ******* crazy (or is he)
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I am advising her out of the trade. Outside of all this moral stuff, whether we think she's empowered, an object for pervs, or a dirty whore, it is a very bad, dirty job. Though some of it is good and a lot of young girls are attracted to it - partly because society tells us every day we need to 'make men happy'. My advice to her is to go independent and choose the clients, that's not actually prostitution.

    On the legal side, prostitution is illegal in all its forms. But agencies and parlours pretend never openly advertise the selling of sex, always with 'anything occuring is between mutually consenting adults' on their site. An agency is illegal, but the girls aren't doing anything wrong as they're the mutually consenting adults. We're obviously evading tax however, and I know of a girl who was stalked for a year by tax inspectors, who found out her college, and was in touch with her every week.

    I do think programs like Belle De Jour are responsible for the scores of young girls seeing escorting as the best thing since sliced bread. It's a real shame our edgy culture is so approving - but I say let these girls find out for themselves how bad it can be.
    I'd say advising her to just essentially raise her standards and go independent is definitely not encouraging her to leave the trade. It's still prostitution, even if she turns fuglies down.

    I agree with you aside from that though.
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    Wow. What a slut you are. Selling you're body for money, then acting like it's normal is a bit strange. Asking what you should do is pretty obvious... Don't you think? Stop before it becomes and addiction, which will lead you to drop out of school, not get a job, and then get hooked on crack with all the money you have laying around.

    Meh.
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    (Original post by Delta Usafa)
    You sure?


    Being careful and not always having sex doesn't change anything. If you have dignity, why are you selling your body? You're taking money from men in exchange for them using you as an interactive sex doll (aka an object). And not to mention, most prostitutes are driven into the business as a last resort! You're just doing it for cash on the side. That's not very dignified.

    You sound like a reasonably intelligent woman, and I think it's a shame because I think you could be better than that.

    I was forgetting these places disguise what they actually are -_-
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I did it last year.. it is one of those things I have really good and really bad memories of. I met men who loved me

    I stopped reading here tbh.
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    (Original post by Dream Weaver)
    just keep doing what you are doing, it is no ones business but yours.
    What? You don't think it's her boyfriends business if shes sleeping with other men?
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    Assuming this thread is for real - OP, I'm guessing you're not paying tax on your income? In which case, you could get in trouble. If you're going to continue with it, leaving the ethical aspects to one side, you need to start declaring your earnings and declare what you've already earned. And what are you going to say when they ask you about the nature of your business?!!
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    (Original post by Mrvn)
    Wow. What a slut you are. Selling you're body for money, then acting like it's normal is a bit strange. Asking what you should do is pretty obvious... Don't you think? Stop before it becomes and addiction, which will lead you to drop out of school, not get a job, and then get hooked on crack with all the money you have laying around.

    Meh.
    haha I'm 21, on track for a double first from the best university in this country and already have an interview for fast track civil service. i'm not a crack whore. Stop being so presumptious and judgemental.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    haha I'm 21, on track for a double first from the best university in this country and already have an interview for fast track civil service. i'm not a crack whore. Stop being so presumptious and judgemental.
    You gonna mention your prior "work experience" at that interview?


    And did you read my last post directed at you? You know, the one where I explained that you're not nearly as "dignified" as you think you are?
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    Is it safe? Do you work for a good agency?

    If not, are you not worried you're going to get beaten and raped?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    haha I'm 21, on track for a double first from the best university in this country and already have an interview for fast track civil service. i'm not a crack whore. Stop being so presumptious and judgemental.
    You know they have ways of finding out your dirty secrets

    If you pay tax on it (which I assume you do if you work for an agency) then it'll come up on the system. If you don't pay tax on it then you could get in trouble for tax evasion. In either one of those scenarios your civil service career is well over.

    Even if you don't work for an agency and don't get done for tax evasion it could still come back to haunt you: if you end up a high powered person who makes media appearances someone will obviously spill on you.

    All in all this is baaad *shakes head*
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    (Original post by O-Ren)
    You know they have ways of finding out your dirty secrets

    If you pay tax on it (which I assume you do if you work for an agency) then it'll come up on the system. If you don't pay tax on it then you could get in trouble for tax evasion. In either one of those scenarios your civil service career is well over.

    Even if you don't work for an agency and don't get done for tax evasion it could still come back to haunt you: if you end up a high powered person who makes media appearances someone will obviously spill on you.

    All in all this is baaad *shakes head*
    I know. This is obviously why im concerned and why i started the thread. Do you not think that even if i quit now they will still find out I escorted and it will still be an issue? If i keep going then I will still earn money and stil won't be high powered person. What do you reckon? Do you nderstan what i mean, that was explained terribly!
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I know. This is obviously why im concerned and why i started the thread. Do you not think that even if i quit now they will still find out I escorted and it will still be an issue? If i keep going then I will still earn money and stil won't be high powered person. What do you reckon? Do you nderstan what i mean, that was explained terribly!
    Do you work for an agency or not? You still haven't said.
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    Hmmm . . .read the whole thread to understand what has been said and tbh . . . . once you mentioned the ''job prospect'' and bla bla bla = my advice get out of it while you can! Yes the money probably is sweet and etc, but for the love of your potential career and etc, it's not worth it!

    PS: £150 = cheap!!!! (Im not for once suggesting that you should continue with what you're doing and up your rate - but it is incredibly cheap when I have heard about women charging £1k!! . . . I will keep watching this thread as this sort of thing is centred around my dissertation - and quite interested in hearing about opinions on the whole topic!) . . .
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    If you want to do it then do it, I really don't see the problem with prostitution when it's done 'safely' and the woman/man is choosing to do it. If I could get people to pay me for sex I'd totally do it.

    That said you should definitely tell your BF, if not because you're basically cheating on him then because of the chance of you passing on an STD to him.
 
 
 
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