Dollymopp

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HH never thought about this, did she? C**t.

I was recently booked by a guy, his wife died a little while ago. He has held his family together and gone to work too.

He told me a bit, email/text/call, though I didn't prod for details. I was his first time.

We had a lovely time, he really needed some...warmth? To feel a woman? Just.

I cried real tears after he left, actually, I was sobbing. I hope he doesn't read here (I don't think he does).

He's lovely, a very decent man, it was fun too. We are meeting this week again.

It makes me want to stab HH in the eye! How dare anyone stop this man from gaining a little bit of comfort?

I'd love to be his 'pit-stop' for a while, whilst he heals and moves on. I hope that I can help?!

Do you have any comforting stories or words of wisdom?

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That's what HH and others don't get!!!

Just being in close contact and intiment with a woman is just as, if not more important than the actual sex!!!

Keep doing the Stirling work that you do dolly!!!

Hmm those red lips :)

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HH never thought about this, did she? C**t.

I was recently booked by a guy, his wife died a little while ago. He has held his family together and gone to work too.

He told me a bit, email/text/call, though I didn't prod for details. I was his first time.

We had a lovely time, he really needed some...warmth? To feel a woman? Just.

I cried real tears after he left, actually, I was sobbing. I hope he doesn't read here (I don't think he does).

He's lovely, a very decent man, it was fun too. We are meeting this week again.

It makes me want to stab HH in the eye! How dare anyone stop this man from gaining a little bit of comfort?

I'd love to be his 'pit-stop' for a while, whilst he heals and moves on. I hope that I can help?!

Do you have any comforting stories or words of wisdom?

That's nice and touching, I agree with sirpuntsalot, keep up the good work.

By the way just visited you web site, I liked the way you described your services.......just brilliant.

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Excuse my ignorance,but who's HH when she's @ at home?

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Excuse my ignorance,but who's HH when she's @ at home?

Harriet Hubris, otherwise known as Harriet Whorewoman.Sorry, getting carried away - Harriet Harman.

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I had a gentleman earlier this year that came to see me, his wife had only past away weeks before, I listened a lot about his feelings. I saw him a few times then nothing for a while.

I saw him again last week, he apologised to me for unburdening so much onto me and admitted that now he can look back and see that he was in a really bad place.

He adored his wife that much is evident but it was a long illness for her no intimacy for a very long time. I know he missed that very very much.

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I see a few widowers. One concern that some of them have shared is that civilian women can actually be pretty predatory in light of their real or perceived emotional vulnerability. Many do not want/aren't ready for the emotional attachments that a "real" relationship entails. This isn't as selfish as it sounds; a lot of widowers feel that it is wrong to enter a relationship because of concern that they may let the other person down.

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HH never thought about this, did she? C**t.

I was recently booked by a guy, his wife died a little while ago. He has held his family together and gone to work too.

He told me a bit, email/text/call, though I didn't prod for details. I was his first time.

We had a lovely time, he really needed some...warmth? To feel a woman? Just.

I cried real tears after he left, actually, I was sobbing. I hope he doesn't read here (I don't think he does).

He's lovely, a very decent man, it was fun too. We are meeting this week again.

It makes me want to stab HH in the eye! How dare anyone stop this man from gaining a little bit of comfort?

I'd love to be his 'pit-stop' for a while, whilst he heals and moves on. I hope that I can help?!

Do you have any comforting stories or words of wisdom?

Dolly you are brilliant a lovely story,Harman and people like her just don't understand what real life is about.

I am not a widower but a disabled person and spent many frustrated years just wanting to be touched and cuddled by a woman.I have now met several lovely ladies,and hope to meet many more,as others have said its not just the sex but the touch and holding that are just as important.

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HH never thought about this, did she? C**t.

I was recently booked by a guy, his wife died a little while ago. He has held his family together and gone to work too.

He told me a bit, email/text/call, though I didn't prod for details. I was his first time.

We had a lovely time, he really needed some...warmth? To feel a woman? Just.

I cried real tears after he left, actually, I was sobbing. I hope he doesn't read here (I don't think he does).

He's lovely, a very decent man, it was fun too. We are meeting this week again.

It makes me want to stab HH in the eye! How dare anyone stop this man from gaining a little bit of comfort?

I'd love to be his 'pit-stop' for a while, whilst he heals and moves on. I hope that I can help?!

Do you have any comforting stories or words of wisdom?

Great post Dolly - You're a star

I bet there's other WG's out there who have found themselves in similar situations

This is what the puritans and the radfems and the fundamentalists will never understand

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Thank you Dolly for restoring my faith in Human Nature. It's clear that you are a real star in every sense of the word, and a lovely person to boot! It's so rare to read such a post any where, but especially here.

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HH never thought about this, did she? C**t. I was recently booked by a guy, his wife died a little while ago. He has held his family together and gone to work too. He told me a bit, email/text/call, though I didn't prod for details. I was his first time. We had a lovely time, he really needed some...warmth? To feel a woman? Just. I cried real tears after he left, actually, I was sobbing. I hope he doesn't read here (I don't think he does). He's lovely, a very decent man, it was fun too. We are meeting this week again. It makes me want to stab HH in the eye! How dare anyone stop this man from gaining a little bit of comfort? I'd love to be his 'pit-stop' for a while, whilst he heals and moves on. I hope that I can help?! Do you have any comforting stories or words of wisdom?

Just proves what a valuable job good WGs do, offering comfort to someone in grief is an incredibily important thing. :)

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Great post Dolly. While the sex is always nice, for me the physical intimacy & the thought (even if only imagined) that I might actualy be attractive to someone again is far more important.

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I've not seen any widows, but have seen a couple of guys who's wives had left them and they were trying to come to terms with it. For them it was not just about the sex but to have someone to share an intimate experience with, to kiss and cuddle and most of all listen. They were lovely guys who I've since seen again.

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I've not seen any widows, but have seen a couple of guys who's wives had left them and they were trying to come to terms with it. For them it was not just about the sex but to have someone to share an intimate experience with, to kiss and cuddle and most of all listen. They were lovely guys who I've since seen again.

I suspect that you mean widowers? :wacko:

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I've seen a few widowers, many for various reasons don't wish to start on another relationship - but who still require company, and a little sex. Others wish to talk about their loss and needs intimately to someone who isn't close to them. One in particular hadn't ever seen his wife without her nightdress on, and had never had another sexual partner. For his first booking, he just wanted to be able to see me completely naked and touch my breasts. He was over the moon just to be able to have that experience.

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Me too, I have stories similar to the other ladies. This job really isn't just about being a sex machine. I really do think us WGs are if not life savers then life enhancers for so many men.

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Me too, I have stories similar to the other ladies. This job really isn't just about being a sex machine. I really do think us WGs are if not life savers then life enhancers for so many men.

The ladies i've seen have certainly helped me,when will the rest of society realise this.

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he really needed some...warmth? To feel a woman? Just.

I'd love to be his 'pit-stop' for a while, whilst he heals and moves on. I hope that I can help?!

I totally get that and I like your words Dollymopp. It's not always about sex : Cuddle and listening therapy.

Harman is okay to go after the dark side ( which we all know and accept exists ) but like everybody else she needs to walk a mile in some of our shoes ( And it's not always Stilletoes ).

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Totally agree with feedback so far. It is so nice to hear stories like this, which not only disprove the presumption that all WGs are trafficked, totally money -motivated slappers with no feelings and punters are a bunch of saddos / perverts / social inadequates and we all need re-educating by the PC brigade.

Dunno about DollyMopp having tears in her eye, I very nearly had some when I read this.

Brilliant - as good as this platform gets!!

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After my wife died I was in a very dark place. But the ability to see escorts has brought me out of that place. I doubt if HH and her ilk ever think about the position of widowers, who have lost all intimate contact with a woman, but still have desire to have such contact.

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I remember a few years back, meeting a young woman at Bubbles Massage in Nottingham (which was just that). She was a part-time hairdresser, but wondered where she might get more job satisfaction. I immediately felt that she would be a great nurse, because she was so warm and kind.

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Aww, some of this thread has made me smile a lot! :D

I know that this sort of subject is not spoken about muchly, but that a lot of people must exp it. I have seen quite a few widowers in my time.

I can't imagine how they really feel inside their heads and hearts, but if they feel that this gives a little respite at moments, then so be it.

I was once dumped out of the blue by a bf who was my world, it knocked the stuffing out of me, I was utterly destroyed, and it lasted for years. That's the closest thing I can compare. I grieved as if he'd died, but how dare I compare that feeling.

By chance, nothing to do with this thread, I have a very much in advance booking with another man who's in situ. It was an out of the blue thing again, he didn't expect her demise, neither did she. So brave, both of them.

I just keep thinking about this subject, and how unjust the stigma is, against us all here.

Some would say, 'How could any man visit the likes of you, after such a traumatic exp!?'.

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I've seen a few widowers, many for various reasons don't wish to start on another relationship - but who still require company, and a little sex. Others wish to talk about their loss and needs intimately to someone who isn't close to them. One in particular hadn't ever seen his wife without her nightdress on, and had never had another sexual partner. For his first booking, he just wanted to be able to see me completely naked and touch my breasts. He was over the moon just to be able to have that experience.

Just spotted this Strawberry. A lovely story which must have made you feel really good. Just to bring this thread together with Should Older WGs Charge Less, can you imagine a punter going to a younger girl and getting this type of service/therapy? It just wouldn't seem right and, though this doesn't apply to all, could a younger girl have shown as much empathy and understanding without the life experiences that come down the years? Very few could, and those that could would probably be described as 'having experience beyond their years'. As I've said here before, the joy of punting is surely as much in the people that you meet (both punters and WGs), and the stories that they tell, as in the sex. The longer the life, the better the story.

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Lord Byron is totally right to describe these type of meetings as "therapy". I agree with him that it's probably the more mature ladies who can best provide such empathy to needy clients.

In an ideal world such a service should be available on the NHS, but until it is I send my warmest thanks to Dolly, Strawberry and the other anonymous providers.

Keep up the good work, especially at this time of year when loneliness can be at it's most painful

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