Laura Blair

"professional" Sex?

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Is there such a thing as professional sex? Many escorts proudly call themselves "working" girls or sex "workers" and consder escorting a fully-fledged "job".

Do you have any particular like or dislike of having sex in a "professional" setting? Or are you indifferent and find that these are just words after all and don't affect what you actually experience in the encounter?

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I'm fairly cool about the words people want to use with regards to what I do. I do define my sex life into professional and personal though, e.g. 'There are things I would do in my personal sex life, but not professionally.'

And yes, I consider escorting/whoring/whatever my current profession.

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Is there such a thing as professional sex? Many escorts proudly call themselves "working" girls or sex "workers" and consder escorting a fully-fledged "job".

Do you have any particular like or dislike of having sex in a "professional" setting? Or are you indifferent and find that these are just words after all and don't affect what you actually experience in the encounter?

They are just words and if i disliked having sex with a WG i wouldnt do so. I enjoy punting in the main and its a fun pastime. Professional sex to me is simply me being prepared to hand my money over to a WG in exchange for an agreed sexual service/s she offers. The no strings, no hassle nature of it suits me very well. :)

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Is there such a thing as professional sex? Many escorts proudly call themselves "working" girls or sex "workers" and consder escorting a fully-fledged "job".

Do you have any particular like or dislike of having sex in a "professional" setting? Or are you indifferent and find that these are just words after all and don't affect what you actually experience in the encounter?

It is a fully fledged job. I'm an escort/prostitute/sex worker/working girl. It's my chosen career.

The sex I have with clients is (I suppose) professional sex.

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Escorting is a job, just like any other self employment, the ladies put their hours in and get paid accordingly, no different to a plumber or an electrician save the nature of the work.

By the same tack while there are no professional qualifications as such to escorting for the most part for the most part an inidividual can look forward to better sex (someone who does something on a regular basis will be far more proficient than someone who does not) and often at a far cheaper rate than is possible in the so called "real world"

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I consider it my job because I provide a service in exchange for money, which I then declare as my income and yes I am a sex worker. Not sure if the rev would prefer Escort or Prostitute or Sex worker on my return, as it is I use the first term.

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Escorting is a job, just like any other self employment, the ladies put their hours in and get paid accordingly, no different to a plumber or an electrician save the nature of the work. By the same tack while there are no professional qualifications as such to escorting for the most part for the most part an inidividual can look forward to better sex (someone who does something on a regular basis will be far more proficient than someone who does not) and often at a far cheaper rate than is possible in the so called "real world"

Punting offers on the job training of course, and what better training could their be for a WG than that. Learn as you earn. ;)

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as a an old pro I provide the gentlemen I see my undivided attention and total use of my assets whereas in private they would not get that as real life would distract from the pleasures of the bedroom.,

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Have no qualms about paying for 'professional sex'

Although some sex workers could in no way shape or form justifiably describe their level of service, performance, care or skillset as 'professional', while others fully deserve the epithet

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Punting offers on the job training of course, and what better training could their be for a WG than that. Learn as you earn. ;)

Whereas for the punter it's Pay As You Lay? ;)

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