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They just do it because they realise they'd get more whoring themselves than slaving 9 - 5 for some ponce. Can't blame them at all. Follow 6 Original post by Backbrah Studies show that women become aroused by guys that are powerful.. Follow 7 Original post by KnowledgeGod Spot on.

They don't care how good you are in bed. They just want you in and out as soon as possible and then count the paper. Some cguys actually buy them gifts, take them on holidays and everything. Follow 8 WHy not just be a proper ho lol. Sunshine showers Follow 0 followers 12 badges Send a private message to Sunshine showers. Follow 9 I know a stripper who genuinely enjoys her job. Not sure about escorts though. Follow 10 Original post by Backbrah Lets assume that escorts are just as sneaky as all other women, they will feign attatchment to their customers, so they feel more inclined to use them, gift them and even pay more, because I'm certain there are plenty of mugs that will pay them double their rate, just to keep them happy and prepared to choose them over other potential clients.

Whores gonna whore brah. Follow 11 Original post by KnowledgeGod That's exactly what happens. Some suckers fall in love, though. But it is what it is. They will happily lead those type of clients on just as long as they get the dough.

Prostitutes aren't that different from non working women. I knew one girl who stayed with her husband who cheated on her. She gave him the sex, and he gave her a life of luxury, so she accepted it. Even in a relationship you still have to spend money on your girl, take her out, buy her stuff, ect. It's not that much different from seeing escorts really. Follow 12 Original post by Movember you are quite correct! Follow 13 Original post by KnowledgeGod Can't argue with that.

Follow 14 Follow 15 Follow 16 Original post by Movember the hypocrisy and double standards which favour women in society are quite extraordinary! Follow 17 Original post by Movember the money is the limiting factor. Follow 18 Original post by bhoytoy i thought you were a girl lol anyway If I had money id use hookers maybe days per week Abstinence makes you hornier. Follow 19 Yes most do obviously there are some bad companies in this industry but also many genuine ones.

Many girls from overseas work for a few years then invest money into property or just retire from the industry. Working for the right company and the right place can be good.

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S CLASSIFIEDS LOCAL ADULT CONTACTS Turn on thread page Beta Toggle. We went on five dates without sex, just a kiss and a hug. Originally Posted by weightsloveme. You guys can choose to look at it however you please - you can think that it's the same as a ONS, you can think that it shouldn't matter, you can think that every woman is basically a prostitute - but you can't make other people feel the same way as you do about. But let's put all this aside for the moment.

I started with one line "Single Canadian girl in London". It's superficial, based purely on physical attraction, but that's what I was looking for. You go through what's there, if you see someone you like, you swipe right. If he swipes you too, it lights up like a game, then asks if you want to keep playing. My first Tinder date was with someone I'd seen before on OKCupid — the same faces crop up on all these sites.

He knew all the cool restaurants, the best places and, as he was only in London occasionally, things moved faster than they should have.

After just a few dates, he booked us a night in a fancy Kensington hotel. I met him at a pub first — liquid courage — and knew the second I saw him that my heart wasn't in it. The connection wasn't there for me. Not a great start. But Tinder is addictive.

You find yourself browsing and swiping and playing on. The possibilities pile up. I'm ashamed to say it but I sometimes went on three or four dates a week. It could be to a bar around the corner, or somewhere fabulous — Berner's Tavern, the Chiltern Firehouse.

Most of the guys I met were looking for sex, rarely were they after a relationship. With Tinder, I discovered what it could be to have sex then walk away without a backward glance. Sex didn't have to be wrapped up with commitment, and "will he?

It could just be fun. Sometimes I had nothing in common with the guy but there was a sexual spark. In "real life", he was the ultimate knob. He didn't fit with my politics, my views, I'd never have introduced him to my friends. In bed, though, he was passionate, eager, energetic. For a while, we'd hook up every six weeks. But there were a lot of negatives. It could feel … seedy. Where do you go for sex? I didn't feel comfortable taking someone back to my place, as he'd then know where I lived, and I live alone.

If we went back to his, I'd have no idea what to expect. With "Aldgate East", we had to walk through a pub to get to the bedroom and I swear there was a train going through the lounge.

You're trusting people you barely know. After a few dates with "Manchester", I agreed to visit his hotel room next time he was in London. I'd always been diligent about practising safe sex, but he had trouble getting in the mood with the condoms and went against my wishes at the last moment.

The next morning I wrote him an angry text. I've never felt so violated. Most often, though, I didn't have sex at all. I generally left home open to the possibility but found, when my date showed up, that I didn't want to see him again, let alone see him naked.

There was no spark, or he was dull or gross or just too pushy. One date chased me to the tube trying to shove his tongue down my throat.

Another — who started promisingly — changed after his second drink, spilling a glass of wine on me without apologising, and cutting me off each time I spoke. It can be harder to walk away when you've met through Tinder. When you're matched, you can spend days — in some cases, weeks, months — exchanging messages, texting and working yourselves up, filling in the gaps with your imagination.

By the time you meet, you've both invested so much, you've raised your hopes and his. In some ways Tinder can even work against you finding a partner. I met one guy who was a likely contender for a boyfriend.

We went on five dates without sex, just a kiss and a hug. Then one night, he arrived at my place stinking of booze and likely high on something.

The sex was over in seconds — a massive anticlimax after such a build-up. We never saw each other again. Originally Posted by BradPiff. Say what you will about escorts but at least they're getting paid and many are getting serious cash. If you've slept with 30 guys this year and still live in the projects you're doing it wrong.

Last edited by Lilac; at Originally Posted by Lilac And paying for it wouldn't even matter. I wouldn't go near a rock star or professional athlete with a foot pole. Once you start talking numbers like that, it tells me you have issues not only with how you see women, but also with self-discipline, self-respect, and impulse control. It's all nasty, physically and mentally. First, I said upthread that if he had been with a hooker a long time ago, like as some sort of rite of passage as guys in the military often do, that it wouldn't bother me.

Second, condoms do not prevent HPV or herpes. There really is no such thing as "safe sex. It's a sure thing, no doubts. Sleep with a hooker, you have HPV. That's just how it is, and unless you stop sleeping with hookers, you will keep getting infected over and over again, and you will REMAIN infected for as long as you keep sleeping with them.

But STDs are not an assumption one can make about the general populace, particularly of people who have had no or only one or two sex partners in the last three or four years. I know I do not have any STDs. If you slept with a hooker within the last few years, I know that you do.

A woman keeping her cervix cancer-free is now and ever shall be more important than a man putting his momentary erection into a hooker. And so, I suggest you If I dated a hooker before I started dating you what difference would it make?

She is just another woman, the only difference is she knows what she's doing. Do you really think your boyfriends past exploits are any of your business? They are your business only if he wants to make it your business, and if he is smart he will keep his mouth shut because many women can't handle the fact some other woman before her really turned her boyfriend on. I know you or other women will bring up the fact that he has been exposed to STD's and is therefore not safe to have sex with.

If you have had sex with one other male, you will be exposing your boyfriend to STD's also, so now what? If he is tested for disease and is clear then I say you have no complaints and the only person you have to worry about is yourself. I hope you know and understand that men and women don't think alike on very many things, it is the wise woman that can overlook her own hangups.

Originally Posted by Nite Ryder. Originally Posted by Dewdroplet You don't "date" hookers. I wouldn't date someone that paid for sex. It's really that simple. Why does it bother so many guys on here that some women don't want to date men that pay for sex? I would be incompatible with someone that viewed sex as something to buy.

It's not a big deal to me. I dated men who viewed sex the same way that I did. I like to be compatible with the men I date. If my views on this upset anyone - that's fine. You wouldn't want to date me and I can live with that.