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This is certainly a case of the devil making work for idle thumbs.

I was feeling a little bored earlier, and thought I'd browse the other site, and see how many people are offering services in my local area. Imagine my surprise, when out of the 3 pages displayed, I recognised 6 people. 6 people that I never knew where involved, and 4 of them where men.

Now, the ladies in question seemed to have grasped the concept quite well, and had covered their tracks so to speak. Unfortunately, one of the guys hasn't. He has his face picture visable on the open part of his profile. He uses his real forename to offer services. From the background of his pics I can see the name of his street. Just so many little errors that are bound to catch up eventually.

Now the dilemma is this. As I know the lad ( and he is certainly only a young lad), I'm quite certain that it is not a wind-up, set up by his 'friends.' I also know his mother, and therefore the visable street name in his pics is also her address. I've known him for a couple of years, and he is a genuinely nice person.

Considering that it is also public knowledge that I have escorted, I wondered would it be completely innapropriate to offer some guidance? I'm actually thinking of setting up a new e-mail address, just so I can e-mail some annonymous pointers.

Its amazing how, over the months I've seen guys ask for advice in these situations, and I've always thought they should keep it buttoned. But it doesn't half feel different when you experience it for yourself!

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Male escorts on the other site don't get many views, and I doubt anyone would go out to stalk another bloke.

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Male escorts on the other site don't get many views, and I doubt anyone would go out to stalk another bloke.

Thank you for being the voice of reason :)

I was too shocked by the sight of his nether-regions to think rationally!

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Still, I don't think it would necessarily hurt to email some friendly (if anonymous) advice. If only to ease your own conscience. :)

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do the blokes who advertise on there get any work????

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This is certainly a case of the devil making work for idle thumbs.

I was feeling a little bored earlier, and thought I'd browse the other site, and see how many people are offering services in my local area. Imagine my surprise, when out of the 3 pages displayed, I recognised 6 people. 6 people that I never knew where involved, and 4 of them where men.

Now, the ladies in question seemed to have grasped the concept quite well, and had covered their tracks so to speak. Unfortunately, one of the guys hasn't. He has his face picture visable on the open part of his profile. He uses his real forename to offer services. From the background of his pics I can see the name of his street. Just so many little errors that are bound to catch up eventually.

Now the dilemma is this. As I know the lad ( and he is certainly only a young lad), I'm quite certain that it is not a wind-up, set up by his 'friends.' I also know his mother, and therefore the visable street name in his pics is also her address. I've known him for a couple of years, and he is a genuinely nice person.

Considering that it is also public knowledge that I have escorted, I wondered would it be completely innapropriate to offer some guidance? I'm actually thinking of setting up a new e-mail address, just so I can e-mail some annonymous pointers.

Its amazing how, over the months I've seen guys ask for advice in these situations, and I've always thought they should keep it buttoned. But it doesn't half feel different when you experience it for yourself!

Given that your choice of profession is not a dark secret, and the experience you have behind you, I see no harm in you offering him advice at a remote distance. You strike me from your posts as an intelligent, level-headed young lady and you are clearly taking an interest out of genuine concern for his welfare, and hopefully that would come across to him. (And who knows, perhaps he would positively welcome a little guidance from a wise, clued-in third party. The worst that can happen is that he chooses not to take your advice.

Good luck with whatever you decide, anyway.

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