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    Has anybody ever considered becoming an escort or actually become one in order to live a luxury life in uni?
    Any experiences to share?
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    I started escorting when I started university
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    How much did it pay? Is open to all races?
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    (Original post by Marie_King)
    How much did it pay? Is open to all races?
    Don't feed the trolls, please.

    No UK student should have to "work" in the sex "industry" to make ends meet.
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    Initially I joined a n agency, I earnt 100 an hour. But then I went independent and I was earning 140 an hour.

    I enjoy doing it. The clients are different to how people expect. I find it much less degrading than working in a fast food restaurant being talked to like **** for 9 hours a day for £40
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    (Original post by Schmeckel)
    Don't feed the trolls, please.

    No UK student should have to "work" in the sex "industry" to make ends meet.

    I don't think you understand what a troll is.

    You're right no uk student should have to.
    But every UK student should have the right to if that's what they want to do.
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    (Original post by JennJenn)
    I don't think you understand what a troll is.

    You're right no uk student should have to.
    But every UK student should have the right to if that's what they want to do.
    I know, I just can't get it into my head why someone would WANT to whore themselves out like that (literally).
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    (Original post by Schmeckel)
    I know, I just can't get it into my head why someone would WANT to whore themselves out like that (literally).

    I understand why you say that, but I can't understand why a student would want to work in retail or fast food for 9 hours on a saturday and get treated like crap by customers and their employer for minimum wage
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    My friend did it for a few months, she maxed her overdraft which her parents didn't even know she had. (£2000)
    She only told myself and someone else, she wasn't going to tell anyone, but wanted someone to know just incase (God Forbid) something went wrong.
    She joined an agency and within an hour of joining had 3 clients lined up for one night!!! She got to pick and choose who she slept with, so it wasn't like she slept with a dirty old man. She also charged £100ph, but was often tipped. I remember one night she told me she had earned £700 from one client!
    She paid her over draft off within a month and continued to do it for another month until she went home for Christmas. She's no longer with the agency but is still in contact with some of her previous clients and does the odd 'job' here and there when she needs the money. She said she's always been treated with respect. But would only recommend it as a last resort. (She's caught a few STIs from it also)


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