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My boss isn't too keen on short term work, but I'll second backpage and RhED for leads on work. A lot of my SW friends use them as resources for finding work safely. I remember a girl who worked at a brothel did an AMA on this sub, maybe there's a nugget of wisdom in there? Can't link right now as I'm on mobile but searching "brothel" would do the trick. I would recommend the brothel route, anything closer to the CBD will get more traffic, and therefore more likely to get more money. I would also recommend seeing if you can find any forums.

I don't have any sites myself to link, but there may be places where women looking to enter the industry have asked questions and such! Work at a brothel in the city. I work at the pink palace. Worm every day or every few days. Weekends are good night's. Put in the hours, have a good work ethic and smile, make daily targets and happy happy!

Of course, honestly that was not my intention But definitely won't do anything of the sort on this post. Have a look at Gorham city, one of the bigger establishments, they offer a room and pay for the girls working for them. Are you still in this line of business? I'm willing to post with a modest amount of cash if it would still benefit you as well.

Is there maybe like a sex workers union organization you can talk to? Or maybe ping the "sex party" political party for some advice. My work is hiring salespeople at the moment. It's fun time work, super easy, I'm just saying I know a lot of prostitutes and you may start "small" in that industry but it always goes out of control and then you just have no chance of getting proper work.

How is sex work not "proper work"? Pretty disrespectful of people who work in the industry. Sex Work is Work Vixen believes that sex work is a job, just like any other job. If our human rights are to be upheld, sex work needs to be treated as a form of employment, not as a crime, not as a health or social problem.

We believe that moral judgements and false stereotypes obstruct our labour rights and we will work towards reform that reduces the discrimination that sex workers in Victoria currently face. As I said, I have many good friends in the sex industry, most of whom are trying toget out, but it is almost impossible after so long. Approved by the miniscule percentage of prostituted women who have a degree of actual choice in their "employment".

Cool so you don't care about the millions of women and children and some men and boys who are forced into sexual slavery because your mate thinks sucking cock for money is empowering or something. Fuck this guy, not even worth the effort. I don't know any sex workers, and have never paid for their services but even I can see there's a clear distinction between someone who chooses sex work as their profession and someone unhappily forced into it because of their situation, i.

It's the oldest profession in the world, I don't know why people automatically assign the "victim" label to people who choose to work in the industry. I understand your concern. Umm, do I have to mention I did sex work to future employers or something? Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. Log in or sign up in seconds.

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Want to add to the discussion? Sheesh, I could do it myself for free. The post-wank mints were a nice touch. If so, damn, the magic of the internet. But it's fun to play along.

If you don't think being a sex worker can come back to bite you sometime and you should be careful what proof exists then I can't help you. I don't need to evidence common sense to you. When you go to do sex work you need to consider it's potential impacts on everything from future jobs to custody disputes. This is common knowledge. One thing is the social stigma, and possibility of unjustifiable and often illegal discrimination Bearing that in mind, one should avoid letting a potential employer know you have done sex work, or are gay, or come from a religious minority, or support a different political party than they do.

A quite separate question is actual job requirements. If you can't point to a job that specifically bars applicants who have had certain previous jobs, then I'll just have to apply Hitchen's Razor. Lots of former sex workers in my profession! Not particularly worried about that.

I am very familiar with my future obligations under the relevant legislation which I can quote by section ;- and the professional code of conduct. For simplicity's sake, I would rather it not be common knowledge, because stuff that mess. But it wouldn't cause issues in any of my significant personal relationships.

I am aware that public awareness of my having engaged in sex work would put me at greater risk of sexual harassment and bullying in my future workplace, but that would be a foolish move by a future co-worker. There are huge consequences see above re: My hesitancy to apply for the licence is that it seems like a huge effort, and some risk for something that I don't have to do.

If this gig ends up working out for me it is absolutely something I would consider. Look you and Correctrix are being naive and legalistic. Having been a sex worker may have ramifications in the future if discovered. It is naive to think you will be apply to successfully apply HR law to any problem. Once your reputation is shot, that's it.

The best you can hope for is a damages amount so high you can move onto something else. But good luck with that. If you think no one really cares that you are a sex worker or that the law would strongly back you up you are very very wrong.

Most people will do sex work just fine with no problems down the track. But you do need to be aware that it is one of those things that once done cannot be undone.

Also don't kid yourself about what other people think. In liberal bubbles no one cares and it is kind of cool. But a large section of the population really really do care and will hold it against you in ways that may have ramifications for your life.

So to go back to the original point - do consider what roles within the industry are most discreet and which ones most exposed. A brothel is more discreet than being out on a dinner date with a guy and someone coming across you that you know. I understand that there is the world the way it should be, and the world the way it is.

That entering this industry would be a gamble that I have not yet decided to take is clear to me. I am fortunate to be sufficiently well-educated, and well-qualified to get work even having been stained with the tarred sex work brush. There are plenty in my profession who are quite open about having done sex work in the past - I am merely reluctant to seek advice directly from them because I would like to remain semi anonymous and discreet for the time being.

I know the job is not like Pretty Woman, but not many jobs are as glamorous as they appear on the outside. I am still ambivalent about whether or not I want to take the real risk of being assaulted or raped, or having my cover blown. My logic is and I know it is flawed , that if anyone should do this job, it should be someone like me. Educated, empowered what a cringe word and unlikely to be exploited. That others might shame me, seems not good enough a reason to not do it. I have been shamed for many shitty jobs before from cleaning, to bartending, to working for a telecommunications company and that reflects most poorly on the shamer and not the shamee so to speak.

It's not a seller's market sorry love. You're very much being bought if you want to play this game, don't delude yourself. Ultimately, if no one is prepared to pay what I am willing to sell for - then maybe it won't be the industry for me.

I feel there's not too much harm in giving it a shot though! Man, I don't need to settle for anything less than what I want to sell for. There is no one and nothing forcing me to do it. If I price too high, no one wants to buy and I'm not prepared to lower my price, then I quit. For safety work in a brothel.

You have management and other girls around. You can see the clients first on a monitor. You need to like food though. Food is our life. I am currently sat here surrounded by acres of food in the break room. We cook here, we have acres of groceries.

We order in take away most days. When not having sex it's mostly about reading, smartphones, TV watching, napping and then the eating. If you like these activities you will like a brothel: I'm not sure if food is is a euphemism for drugs, or if the Melbourne restaurant scene extends to brothel break rooms When you spend 12 hours a day sitting around you think about food a lot and eat.

Used to work in a pizza place that would get nightly delivery orders from the brothel down the road. Those girls could eat. They also sounded like chain smoking truck drivers when they called up.

Kind of put me off going there tbh. How does the pay work for you guys? Or do you get some kind of fixed hourly wage? Pay in brothels is cash in hand, documented by the brothel but rarely do girls pay taxes tbh.

It is a split with management. You only make money if you get a client. You can sometimes have shifts where you make not money. Under the law we are independent contractors. We are paid cash and it is up to you to declare it to the ATO.

It is in your interests to pay tax so you have record of earnings for things like getting loans and buying a house. We don't have payslips as we are not employees. We are more akin to independent tradies. You pay your tradie how you like and it is on them to do their taxes. Did I read this right, you are going to declare income earned as a prostitute to the ATO? Considering the field you have studied and want to work in, thats a brilliant idea.

But then again i am sure in 20 years time millennials will make prostitution a legit career and will normalise it like they have with excessive vanity, over the top narcissism, arsehole like behaviour and being covered in body graffiti to show others your individuality, just like everyone else. You make it sound so good I wish I could become a sex worker!

I can't, unless I want to do gay things - I'm male. It's great - if you can handle the actual sex work. The non-sex side of it is great. We have our own break room and lounge room. You can amuse yourself during your shift so long as you don't bother anyone. I like to sit on my laptop and surf the internet while wearing a blanket over my work dress and eat food: I have worked in various brothels in Melbourne for a few years now. My first point is: Now I believe sex workers deserve the same respect as any other service job, but the reality is that we do not receive it and the stigma can literally kill you.

The money is sometimes easy, sometimes hard; but it will likely ruin you too. Many girls in the industry do not handle money well or have savings.

I won't post anything particular about the brothels I've worked at but for an overview there are big and small brothels. I prefer smaller parlours because there tends to be less crazy girls and better clients plus you have less competition so you can earn more. But that'll depend on your personality type, some girls smash it at the larger parlours but I have anxiety and can't handle working a shift with 15 other girls. You don't have to interview at a brothel per say. Just call up any you want to work at and say you want to tour the place or do a trial shift.

They will all want you because fresh blood is money. To start work you need to get a sexual health check and certificate that doesn't state the results. For people who are experienced in doing this I recommend the Melbourne sexual health clinic because they do it for many sex workers and know the protocol.

Protect yourself by using condoms at all times. You will be offered money I've been offered 1k that I could see he had in his wallet to do natural services-- I still declined or begged to do it without protection. Your body is your livelihood, don't risk it. If someone gives you a creepy vibe in an intro then request not to stay with them. If a parlour refuses your request illegal or tries to bully you into staying with them: GTFO of there, there are better parlours that will respect your limits.

But definitely consider whether you truly have a need to get into this industry or not. I wish I had a vanilla job almost everyday for the stability, normality and lack of stigma. Sex work requires a lot of lies and it can be tough sometimes. Bacterial infections like chlamydia and gonorrhoea are easily screened for and treated and again condoms, when used properly, give near total protection.

Ultimately, while sex work incurs a higher risk of STIs than other jobs. Industrial deafness, asbestosis, back pain, depression etc are all also health conditions that certain jobs put you at a higher risk of developing. Also, I think much of the anxiety related to sex work originates from disenfranchisement, abuse, lack of job security and stigma.

So of course, more sexual interactions means greater risk. But if the per interaction risk is low as above than the cumulative risk is also comparatively low. Additionally, as above, many of the infections are much of a nothing - even HIV is no longer considered a life-limiting condition.

I have no illusions that sex work puts one at higher risk of developing an STI. My point stands that all jobs involve inherent health risks, and this particular risk I am prepared, armed with good epidemiological data, to endure.

I posted because I was unsure and wanted information. If you read through the bulk of what is posted, you will see me express my concerns about entering the industry.

Also, I think ambivalent is not the word you were after which means in two minds , maybe "indifferent" is a better choice? Honestly I'm extremely careful and just kind of put it out of my mind. I do thorough health checks on each client and always use protection, I also get tested frequently. I've thought about going on PREP but the downsides of that seem to outweigh the benefits.

I have been stressed the few times I've had a condom break or the time that I was raped at work without a condom.

Aside from that, I just put it out of my mind. You can't control everything so best not to freak out too much. I guess this gets to the heart of things. I think all service jobs are rubbish and under-appreciated. I feel though may be wrong that at least in this industry you are sufficiently remunerated for what you do and the flexibility really appeals to me. You won't be having sex with the right person. The right person is someone you don't have to be paid to fuck.

I guess I don't see why that is necessarily the case. I feel like I could have a good time with more or less anyone if they were enjoying themselves and me! And if it proves to not be so, then I can leave the industry. It doesn't really seem like a reason to not give it a go. Yeah there is a website called seeking arrangement which is specifically for sugar daddies looking for uni students in Australia. I considered this, but find the thought less appealing.

Would be interested to hear from anyone who has experience with these arrangements though! This is something that concerns me about out-call work, and these SA-style arrangements. I did look at SA and found that a lot of the guys seemed to want to own the whole girl I'd rather a much more straightforward sex for cash exchange.

I have never worked at a brothel, but I am guessing you are unlikely to be recorded there. Start at one of the massage places like Number or Bodyline where the girls do a massage, body slide and hand relief as a standard. This allows you to see if you can deal with the industry without committing fully and knowing you will be in a safe environment.

Extras are offered by the girls depending what they feel comfortable with but it's not expected so you can start basically and work your way up with who you want and when. I played a gig at the Greyhound many years ago, took a wrong turn down Greeves pretty late at night. What an interesting street that is. I live on it and watch them everyday. First month a girl gave a guy a bj under my window whilst we were sleeping, woke me up and was super awkward.

As I already mentioned above, I will be finishing my degree with one of the most competitive CVs in my cohort. The incentives for an in-industry job are pretty low at the moment. Due to the brutal hours of my uni requirements I am unable to do tutoring except on weekends. I would rather work harder for fewer hours. Have also done tutoring for years and am frankly a little fed up with it. Drugs are not really my thing and owing to previous issues with anxiety I am very in tune with my mental health and have developed excellent strategies for coping.

I know that taking on a stressful job is a risk to my wellbeing, but the profession I'm going into is no less stressful, I'm sure! I would just like to live a little more comfortably! I swear you come across some smart people and then wonder about their street smarts in the real world. I wouldnt stick my dick in prawn custard goo for money. If i wanted to do that i'll buy a prawn and some custard and fuck that instead. Talk to a few people in the industry like mistyrain and if possible talk to a few people that have been customers.

Set your personal limits and find some supportive non judgemental friends that can help keep you grounded. If OP wants some spare money on the side but doesnt want to do real life boring jobs and wants to experience the underbelly of whats it like being a criminal, then buy a tiny grow tent, some strong medicinal seeds online, go to many growing forums and on reddit, read up on growing weed as it not hard once you learn the basics and grow a few small plants that yields you a fair few ounces.

Then you can sell it for a premium under "medicinal" melbourne has shit weed, so any exotic medicinal strain will get you some nice cash to other students and maybe some older people and make some nice easy cash. At least you wont have to sell your soul and destroy your career providing you are smart and dont get caught and still get to enjoy some illegal behaviour.

Lol, that sounds like a lot more work than I have time for. I'm looking for 5 - 10 hours a week. Not to mention start up capital costs, finding a location, organising a supply and distribution chain. Heck, I never wanted to run a business - especially not an illegal one!

Its a lot better than being a whore who cant keep a steady relationship, acquires a lot of psychology trauma, destroys the soul, being exposed to bacterial infections, sexing old smelly fat guys and having a cunt that resembles a dogs breakfast by the time you are But hey do as you want, its your life. Just dont drain the health system when you end up having a massive breakdown and end up living off prescription pills.

What a waste, fuck me this is what modern day feminism is about, empowering girls to go whore themselves. It is a myth that regular sex does something untoward to the vagina. It's what vaginas are for; they can take it. I wasnt being sex negative you cunt, I was being negative towards encouraging a young girl to go whore herself for money. It all makes sense why she only listens to you, massive confirmation bias on her behalf and you feed her the shit she wants to listen too and then you display typical lesbian predatory behaviour by flirting and then when called out about it you laugh it off as nothing.

And then you try to create a narrative about me being sex-negative and projecting my hate on whore work because i felt shameful using whores in the past. So apparently you have problems with lesbians too now. Would you like to add some other random targets? Jews and midgets perhaps? OK, I'm an awful person for being bisexual and occasionally flirting with either sex when I think they won't mind. I think BrandNewBlonde will recover from the trauma.

You know what typical lesbian behaviour is? Having a job, eating food, going to the toilet, having friends, having romantic relationships with women Correctrix has been kind and friendly and hardly encouraging if you were read our PMs and has reminded me that there is good in the world. Wow, what the fuck is your problem mate. You sound like you have some backstory where a sex worker killed your family or something.

Surely you can find some employ in your chosen study field part time or casual if your at a post grad level. It sounds depressing if people spenf all that time and money getting educated and trained to move into a job where none of that is relevant I know an academic in sports medicine who cannot get work.

He's now a mechanic. Thats because we have a whole generation of young people who were told to follow their dreams of becoming whatever they wanted. At least we have a generation of people who will in the future be able to hold boring convos at dinner parties, thats a bonus.

Reminds of the 90s when a fair few cool kids decided that they wanted to study psychology and yet no one of them was able to land a job in that field for a long time. I've said it on here before, but Universities should make it clear to students that the chances of getting a job in a certain field after doing xyz study is highly unlikely, or not even offer that course. Response back was that people can study whatever they like, which is true Its also sad how many are coming through doing what they want but not suited for the role or career.

I really fear for the future TBH. My generation is fine and at least has a lot of world experience, but millennial? Fuuuuuuck i really dont know how its going to pan out for them, i mean look at OP. There is no way in the world when i was in my early to mid 20s that i knew of anyone who wanted to get into prostitution, let alone someone academically gifted.

If you didnt have money you either went on the dole, did what you could with austudy while supplementing it with hospitality work. I swear these kids have watched to much Vice, read too much reddit and have spent zero time in the real world yet think they have the experience of a 45 year old veteran. My beef is universities knowingly offering qualifications classic case study - art degree , which is a fluff degree.

Poor kids are told "of course! Same with automotive engineering. There are no automotive engineering jobs in Australia, so universities should have a clear disclaimer stating "do this degree but understand that you will need to travel overseas in order to find work in this field".

Its the job of universities around the western world to make profit for first and everything second. This is what I have always done, and when I graduate I think I will have one of the most competitive CVs of my cohort. Unfortunately, as I have now entered the practical component of my course I have uni 5 days a week, 8 hours a day on a floating roster days, evenings, nights. Makes it near impossible to get another job in the area and leaves open work in hospitality or similar.

If I'm going to get my hands dirty, it may as well be doing something I enjoy and for a decent pay! Look into becoming a lab tutor at uni. I did this in final year engineering which was also a slog I was at school 6ish days a week, sometimes sleeping there , but the job was fantastically convenient and paid well enough to easily get by. If you're in a STEM field, try and get a business subject to tutor rather than a technical one with a lot of troubleshooting.

Lots of business students do common subjects in first year with engineering students so you'll get more hours, and you don't need to enter the baffling logic puzzle that is 1st year technical work. I completely understand that this is a difficult situation and I commend you on your efforts but it's hard to fathom that it would be your only option.

I've made my own way this far, and have budgeted enough to cover myself for the next two years. I have "legitimate" job as well two in fact. For extra cash, I'd like to work more. But finding a job that is flexible enough and provides enough income to be worth it is tricky. I'm merely entertaining the idea and should I choose to pursue it, it would be an active decision. Well in your previous comments you make it sound like you have no other options so "resorting to prositution" is what you are doing by your own words.

My uni commitments next year will force me to reduce my hours in my "legitimate" jobs to next to nothing not because of an absolute time commitment but because of the nasty, floating roster that makes me quite unhireable in most jobs. But I'm a stubborn mule and the idea of letting what other people think of me stop me from doing the job I want to do if I decide I want to do it frustrates me.

Sex workers face significant stigma, when they deserve respect for providing a wanted service professionally. No no, go whore yourself.

You have plenty of time to stress about people knowing about your past and then reflecting over it for the rest of your life. Would you like me to get in touch with you in year to let you know if I went through with this and what my experiences were? And one discreet, little tattoo I got when I was 14 for a friend who died when I was young. No regrets so far about that 11 years and counting!

Do what you want, it seems you're a stupid girl who needs to touch the fire even after being told countless times its not a good idea. You'd be blown away if I showed you my party trick generally only to entertain small children of putting a candle out with my bare fingers!

It's full of over-educated people complaining they can't get a decent job in their field. Half of them just work in a bank or something. ITT, a probably semi-attractive female thinks she can become a prostitute, screen all the nutters out and enjoy sex with all her clients. If you want to become a prostitute understand that you're not in "the service industry", you're a paid hole and nothing more.

Unless you're genuinely attractive, don't even try. Your self-esteem will get ruined either way but judging by your naivety, you wouldnt last a week in a brothel. Next time, before throwing your two cents in, it might be more constructive if you actually read what had been written and responded to. As I have said many times, provided someone is respectful and courteous, I think I can find a way to enjoy or get professional satisfaction out of some most? And if that doesn't work, I'll quit.

While I don't doubt that there are plenty of arseholes out there including yourself, maybe , many of the sex workers who have commented and more who have messaged me privately have reported that by and large their clients are respectful and treat them with dignity. If this isn't the case for me, I'll quit. Eh, this is for pocket money essentially, if I make enough to justify my time and effort, I'm happy. If not, I'll quit. Being rejected by a guy because I'm not to his taste or shock, horror not attractive enough to him is not really going to do much to deflate it.

Also, if I may ask, what do you base your claims on? Many of the other aggressives ITT have been throwing their thoughts around willy nilly despite never having worked as a sex worker, nor having paid for sex. There are many who have written to advise me against becoming a sex worker and I take their thoughts and concerns seriously.

Some troll throwing shade just doesn't really help clarify anything for me. God, you're a SJW considering sex work! Please, PM me, let me be on your opening list, I'll give you a taste of what you're in for and change your whole world view with a fist full of greens that you won't be able to refuse! It's not about you. Sex work isn't about you, it's about your customer getting his rocks off.

He doesn't give a fuck what you want, if you bitch and moan he'll next you and complain to the madam, two of them and you're fucking done. Good luck bitching and moaning as an independent on Cracker, you'll get used the fuck up by the real cunts who brothels no longer accept. Yes I'm quite dignified with the prossies I visit but don't mistake that for respect. You're literally a hole I am paying money to stick my dick in - you think any man respects that? Get off Tumblr bitch.

Ask their opinion of you as a person after he's had you bent over in a room that's had literally thousands of sex scenes. See how that goes for you. Quit before you start. Your colleagues will hate you and men will see right through it, you'll be poorly rated and out after a few fucks.

You don't pick and choose who you fuck on the side for money unless you're absolutely gorgeous - coming in with your SJW attitude will be the end of you. Throwing shade are we? What independent negro womyn did you hear that from? You're there to fuck. Men pay to fuck different parts of your body. They don't care who you are, how smart you are, what you know or how you live.

They pay a fee to fuck your holes and will tip you to fuck other holes or cum in other places - that's the game. You're not going to be able to screen everyone and I guarantee even if you did, the total psycopaths would get through because you're not mentally strong enough to spot them.

If you want pocket money, do what other Australians do and get another fucking job. You're clearly not cut out for sex work based on your attitude. I'd pay just to prove a point and I'm a half-way decent guy, wait until a total psycho sniffs out your bullshit and fucks you up so bad there's no going back Then come back to my comments and realise you were warned off it but thought your feminist mind was superior. I'm not shaming sex workers, I enjoy the good ones because I have money and it's cheaper than having a gf.

You're not some young lass looking for career advice, you're a young fuckwit looking to have other people validate your bad life decisions whilst deluding yourself you'll retain control. You've been told you won't so don't even fuck around with this, it's not for you.

Go out on Fridays and Saturdays, have a few drinks and be genuinely friendly to guys. If you're halfway decent there are plenty of guys looking for someone to hook up with long term, guys who won't pay for your meat but will actually treat you as human so long as you drop the SJW superiority complex and treat them like people trying to get by in this world, just like you.

Sorry to burst your bubble hun, but better here on reddit than 45 minutes into a session which went beyond your borders which you were too powerless to overcome. This is all pretty good advice in my opinion. The sex workers I've known were all from very bad backgrounds, not post-graduate uni students that come from nice homes.

IMO I'd ignore the feminist propaganda and their glorification of sex work as most of it isn't to better the lives of women rather it's just a political tool to divide us as a people.

Thanks for your input. I mean that sincerely. If you have a look at the rest of the thread, many of the valid concerns and risks associated with sex work have been discussed candidly and with respect.

A generation that has made an art form out of something mundane like cleaning your arse. Then they wake up to the fact and the whole fucken world has to hear about it and hear about their fucken fuck ups. You think the internet is full of meanies.. LOL wait till you fuck your 10th straight arsehole who doesnt give one iota of a fuck about you.

And boy wait until the other girls find out you're a tumblinrina doing this on the side while you get your scienece degree.. LOL they will fucken eat you up for breakfast. And in the end you will require a few years of therapy to get over the experience while stressing the fuck out of your parents because they wont know how their beautiful bright young girl went from being full of life to a messed up shell.

Too much anger here for it to be constructive for me to engage with you further. I tried to have a civilised, respectful conversation and by and large this thread has been that. It's a shame and that we also got whacked out, intense-as-fuck responses from some pretty distressed sounding dudes with Madonna-Whore complexes.

I am concerned about the impact this could have on my future reputation, but a not too concerned about it becoming public knowledge unless someone really wants to mess with me ; and b this is unlikely to matter too much in my future profession. Also, as a final point, as much as I'm not big on confrontation, if this were to become a problem in such a way that I was harassed in my workplace over it!

Well, heads would roll. Original commenter was referring to harassment my future profession, I am referring to accreditation in my future profession. Working girls rely on the house to keep them safe.

The house expects the girl to comply and fuck so the house gets paid. When your brothel life fails you can go independent - this will be your worst nightmares come true. Unless you're absolutely gorgeous, or have some unique attribute big tits, tiny tits, 18, MILF, total slut etc.

I literally cannot stress enough, human to human, do not go down this road! This is what I mean. Who is gonna stop some arsehole from doing what he wants with you? Fob off my comment as a rant, I don't care.

I'm doing you a favour exposing you to reality because your mindset will not handle this work, you'll probably end up on crack after a month to dull the pain you put yourself through. Deny it all you want, then go to a brothel next weekend as a patron and ask around, half of them will be on smack.

You're not gonna get anyone fired. The more likely outcome is a staff member from Uni comes in and fucks you silly, word gets out in the faculty that you're hooking and then next week you see 12 Profs there.. Good luck quitting before it becomes a problem.. This is absolutely naivete on your behalf. You think you just show up, enjoy fucking some guys, and take home a boatload of cash for a few hours work. That's absolutely not what will happen. If you want to earn cash - I need a dog walker daily and a cleaner weekly.

I'll hire your dumb arse for either. Just don't go into prostitution. You may think you're strong, independent, brilliant, whatever. In that game you're a fucktoy and your personality is not cut out for it. Do anything else lest you turn into a shell of a person from the bad experiences you subject yourself to. You try and do me "a favour" by telling me not to expose myself to the bad experiences in the sex industry and then revel in the fact that you yourself cause those experiences.

Why don't you reflect on the damage you may or may not have caused a number of young girls rather than yelling at me for shits and giggles? Yes, why don't I reflect on the damage I've done in helping other young Uni students by paying to fuck them?

Why don't I reflect on the damage I've done to people just like you - girls who want money and will fuck to get it. So now I'm the one in the wrong for paying hookers There's nothing wrong with prostitution.

I don't revel in people's suffering. I'm telling you there is a certain type of person suited to sex work and you honey, are not it! You don't even get the basics and whilst over a hundred comments here have tried to educate you, you've treated the whole thread as some echo chamber for yourself, ignoring all the advice and trying to reinforce your own totally incorrect preconceived notions.

End of the day you need to understand that no-one else gives a fuck about you anyway so when you're given advice, take it as a fucking gift. Because when you mouth off to a client just a little bit too much and he gets a little bit too rough, and you try to stop him but can't, so you try not to resist because resisting makes it worse That's when this thread is gonna replay in your head, bent over with your head being pushed into the bed with the 7th guy of the night ploughing away at you, you'll be left to reconsider all of the help you've been offered here, all the advice you were too smart to take, and then you'll realise, 'hey, they were right, I hate this and can't do it', but of course only once the damage is done.

This dichotomy is the interesting point. People often don't so much have trouble accepting the existence of sex work, often even hiring prostitutes themselves, but they need to lower the status of the "whore" in their mind first.

There are good girls and bad girls in their head, with the former needing the services of a gallant white knight to stop villains defiling them, and the latter being appropriate recipients of all defilement.

Go ahead and turn tricks, honey. I'll beat up any man who looks at her! This stupid girl has been reading to much rubbish which is really effecting her sense of judgement. To even say something stupid or to even think that she will be protected under some prostitute workers union and the cops is so cringey it makes shudder how someone could be so inexperienced and wanting to enter an industry that eat little naive girls like her up.

If being a whore is part of that experience then no one has a right stop her! What a sad indictment of the current world, young stupid girls with an academic brain and a future really wants to become a prostitute just for the experience.

Run away from this sub and never look back, Reddit can be a nasty place sometimes. No idea if this career choice is right or wrong but don't take advice from someone online who's clearly got an axe to grind. Keep researching and you'll be right! You're an idiot with zero real world experience and a cocky mouth that will land you in trouble. Your sheltered tumblrina safe space attitude holds no currency in the real world, especially in the seedy underbelly.

Grow the fuck up and listen to people who know before you fuck yourself up for good and then blame men and then the world. Why would I be angry?

Couple other women that are really attractive. Hey, this is Maryanne. It's not about you. In retrospect - I was a terrible lay at that point in my life and I have no idea why she had fun having sex with me. I do hope you consider how you could use that money to invest in experiences for travel, for challenging yourself, for meeting knew people, for therapy His wife said something mildly flirty like, 'awww, honey, don't be jealous. I texted her to let me into the building.