TheWheeler

How does a mature woman start out as a WG?

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How can a lady who is 48, busty, sexy and disabled get started as a WG?

Are there specialist agencies or parlours or brothels that go for maturity and experience rather than youth and looks?

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Wheeler: Why is a chap asking this question? Per pro his auntie.... or his wife?

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Actually she is a very good friend but not my partner

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First stop for anyone considering entering the industry:

http://saafe.info/

And she could then do worse than contacting Judy's. Many of her ladies started at that age, and older, and some have been real crackers. :D

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I am mature and only started this year. I went to the place that should not be mentioned and put a profile on there. I think the recommendation of SAAFE is also a very good one.

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Actually she is a very good friend but not my partner

And your thinking about going into business together :D

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I 'started' my part time working/hobby easily!

Had the help of an understanding friend whos wife worked for a long, long time, before me!

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One way to do it is to shadow another WG.

I once had an appointment where a mature lady looking to break into the industry watched me and the WG I had booked (I had been asked before and consented to this) - it was quite fun actually :(

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One of my first ever massages was with a lady in her 40s or 50s who was in a wheelchair and worked out of poole.

I think she may have used the tag of magichands (on the other site) and she was fantastic. I think she only did massage back then (7 or 8 years ago) but then started doing full service.

Reason I mention this (apart from to show my respect for disabled people - especially those that can give the happiest of happy endings) is becuase I am fairly sure that she wrote a book about her experiences.

It may be worth obtaining a copy and having a look as am sure it will answer a fair few questions.

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