Yay, new question!! Well, semi-new, because it came in like 2 weeks ago and I’m just now getting to it. This one’s a little different from most of the others–today I’m going to answer a couple questions not from a client, but from a woman who is considering working as an escort in New Orleans. […]
A reader sent a question in the other day dealing with the topic of the escort/client relationship and how to deal with any inconvenient “feelings” that may develop.
Take my Twitter poll! Escorts – If you had a special connection with a regular client the same age as you, would you want to pursue a relationship with him?
Some escorts won’t see black men. I’m not ashamed of how I feel about these “No Black Men” policies.
I finally said something about the rampant transpohobia on ECCIE (<—click that for the full thread): So. The topic is TS providers. One thing that really, really bothers me about this board is how transgender-phobic so many of the guys seem to be. Now, don’t tell anyone this**, but I love sex. LOVE IT. I […]
A while back I met with a gentleman, and one of the topics that came up in conversation was New Orleans’s “sordid” history–namely, the period from 1897-1917 when the city set up Storyville, a red light district where prostitution was legal.