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I have a client who comes to see me, young and of the Islamic faith.

He talks of being a good Muslim and how I should convert and before and after doing the deed then proceeds to perform absolution (i.e. I think this is ritual cleansing) in order not to displease Allah.

I am respectful of all religions and treat all people (and consequently customers) the same.

However, I get a bit funny when he talks of the Muslim faith and how he doesn't drink etc but then does all sorts with me. Am I being too sensitive? The washing thing I understand but it's like I am dirty and therefore he needs to be cleansed of his sin.

On here it it sometimes posited (or perhaps inferred) that ladies are unfeeling and only about the money...in out that's it see you later....but I really don't want to see this person again for the above reasons.

Silly?

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I have a client who comes to see me, young and of the Islamic faith.

He talks of being a good Muslim and how I should convert and before and after doing the deed then proceeds to perform absolution (i.e. I think this is ritual cleansing) in order not to displease Allah.

I am respectful of all religions and treat all people (and consequently customers) the same.

However, I get a bit funny when he talks of the Muslim faith and how he doesn't drink etc but then does all sorts with me. Am I being too sensitive? The washing thing I understand but it's like I am dirty and therefore he needs to be cleansed of his sin.

On here it it sometimes posited (or perhaps inferred) that ladies are unfeeling and only about the money...in out that's it see you later....but I really don't want to see this person again for the above reasons.

Silly?

If you dont wish to see him again then dont, its your free choice. I wouldnt put up with someone telling me i should convert, thats stuffing their religion and beliefs down your throat. So not silly at all in my view. :)

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I'm wondering about Muslim views on sex and prostitution, but as Smiths says if you aren't comfortable don't see him - oh and do have a read of SAAFE.

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Its ludicrous sorry. I respect other faiths but to go against your religion then to preach to someone else is just ridiculous and rather two faced in my opinion. Had someone ask me how I could cheapen myself doing this job once so I just asked them how could they cheapen themselves by visiting someone as supposedly low as me and that in doing so they are in fact just the same as me. They soon shut up. Saying that the conversation happened in the safety of a parlour bedroom, had I been working independantly I would probably have just waited till he had left then texted him not to attempt to book me again, you do have to be careful, two faced people often can have extreme reactions when you hold up a mirror for them.

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I have a client who comes to see me, young and of the Islamic faith.

He talks of being a good Muslim and how I should convert and before and after doing the deed then proceeds to perform absolution (i.e. I think this is ritual cleansing) in order not to displease Allah.

I am respectful of all religions and treat all people (and consequently customers) the same.

However, I get a bit funny when he talks of the Muslim faith and how he doesn't drink etc but then does all sorts with me. Am I being too sensitive? The washing thing I understand but it's like I am dirty and therefore he needs to be cleansed of his sin.

On here it it sometimes posited (or perhaps inferred) that ladies are unfeeling and only about the money...in out that's it see you later....but I really don't want to see this person again for the above reasons.

Silly?

You don't have to see him again, and personally, I wouldn't take a booking from someone again if they behaved in that manner.

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The washing after sex thing is routine in Islam. It doesn't matter if you're his wife, Mistress or on a Pay for Play contract.

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I'd take the advice of the ladies (and gents) but I'd be looking at a change of premises. If he is so religiously screwed then who knows what his reaction to rejection would be?

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I have a client who comes to see me, young and of the Islamic faith.

He talks of being a good Muslim and how I should convert and before and after doing the deed then proceeds to perform absolution (i.e. I think this is ritual cleansing) in order not to displease Allah.

I am respectful of all religions and treat all people (and consequently customers) the same.

However, I get a bit funny when he talks of the Muslim faith and how he doesn't drink etc but then does all sorts with me. Am I being too sensitive? The washing thing I understand but it's like I am dirty and therefore he needs to be cleansed of his sin.

On here it it sometimes posited (or perhaps inferred) that ladies are unfeeling and only about the money...in out that's it see you later....but I really don't want to see this person again for the above reasons.

Silly?

ask around how many people who aren't Islamic, understand the 'Islamic faith'. Respecting someone's religion doesn't mean you have to listen to stuff you don't care about. If you don't want to see him, then don't, or at least tell him clearly : 'look, I respect you as a human being, but I don't need to be converted to anything, we aren't in a Mosque here. Can we please change subject.'.

Me, I get funny off as soon as anyone tries to 'convert' me to anything, whatever that is. It's an insult to my intelligence since I am not a 4 yo baby, and neither are you.

And let's face it....how rational is 'the Islamic faith'? To me all religions are made of crazy crap.

PS. If I were seeing you, the worst I could talk about would be Richard Dawkins. But really, how dumb someone has to be to talk politics , science or religion to a woman when the plan is having sex ? Especially a WG.

This kind of talk only takes the interactions in the wrong direction. If anything when I see a WG i try to have a laugh before the sex so that we both relax

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Its ludicrous sorry. I respect other faiths but to go against your religion then to preach to someone else is just ridiculous and rather two faced in my opinion. Had someone ask me how I could cheapen myself doing this job once so I just asked them how could they cheapen themselves by visiting someone as supposedly low as me and that in doing so they are in fact just the same as me. They soon shut up. Saying that the conversation happened in the safety of a parlour bedroom, had I been working independantly I would probably have just waited till he had left then texted him not to attempt to book me again, you do have to be careful, two faced people often can have extreme reactions when you hold up a mirror for them.

Very, very wise words here. There is absolutely no way I would see this client again. The inner conflict between what he is saying and purports to believe, and what he is doing with you, is a powder keg. Who do you think will get the blame in his mind for him straying off the path of righteousness sweetie? You....you devil child, jezebel, whore.

Do you know what fundamentalist muslims would like to do to us Student? Bury us up to our necks and stone us to death. Please be careful.

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A girl I knew a while ago dated a muslim man quite long-term. Apparently he would shower straight after sex.. no...really...immediately after. As soon as he came, that's it - up, in the shower. I'm all for cleanliness, but where's the cuddle time?

He also wouldn't RO, because apparently doing so is an 'unclean' act (on any women), but still expected OWO on himself.

I'm not sure if any of that is in the faith or he was just a massive selfish bellend though, to be honest.

But like you, I wouldn't convert. I couldn't handle someone preaching to me either, even if they were paying me while they did it.

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Says you should convert?! :mad: Personally I have absolutely no time for anyone who tries to ram their religious beliefs down my throat, so if he were my client I’d not accept further bookings for that reason alone. Plus as LovelySlut said, add the “powder keg” to the equation if he blames you for his god of choice being displeased with him, and I’d distance myself from him ASAP. I find people like that rather scary to be honest; think of all the atrocities that have been performed in the name of religion by fundamentalists. Our job is risky enough as it is.

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Sack him, he's a fucking hypocrite. I despise cunts like him.

Do you know what fundamentalist muslims would like to do to us Student? Bury us up to our necks and stone us to death. Please be careful.

Exactly.

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Sack him, he's a fucking hypocrite. I despise cunts like him.

Ooh, I like your style. Got a little throb in the undercrackers :wub:;)

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Sack him, he's a fucking hypocrite. I despise cunts like him.

Exactly.

Me too. Beautiful use of the anglo saxon vernacular there Mr Nero.

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Thank you ladies. I don’t care what flavour of superstitious nonsense people choose to follow but religious hypocrisy does bring out the worst in me.

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He talks of being a good Muslim and how I should convert and before and after doing the deed then proceeds to perform absolution (i.e. I think this is ritual cleansing) in order not to displease Allah.

He is not a very good Muslim. Islam prohibits prostitution. The hypocrisy of these religious types astounds.

However, I get a bit funny when he talks of the Muslim faith and how he doesn't drink etc but then does all sorts with me. Am I being too sensitive? The washing thing I understand but it's like I am dirty and therefore he needs to be cleansed of his sin.

That's his problem not yours. If he's respectful Just smile, nod and take his money. Let him deal with it.

On here it it sometimes posited (or perhaps inferred) that ladies are unfeeling and only about the money...in out that's it see you later....

It's your chosen job so don't misplace your feelings. There is absolutely nothing wrong with charging people for sex and it doesn't mean you owe anybody a duty of care as regards any emotional tie. Be true only unto yourself.

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I have a client who comes to see me, young and of the Islamic faith.

He talks of being a good Muslim and how I should convert and before and after doing the deed then proceeds to perform absolution (i.e. I think this is ritual cleansing) in order not to displease Allah.

I am respectful of all religions and treat all people (and consequently customers) the same.

However, I get a bit funny when he talks of the Muslim faith and how he doesn't drink etc but then does all sorts with me. Am I being too sensitive? The washing thing I understand but it's like I am dirty and therefore he needs to be cleansed of his sin.

On here it it sometimes posited (or perhaps inferred) that ladies are unfeeling and only about the money...in out that's it see you later....but I really don't want to see this person again for the above reasons.

Silly?

You do not have to see anyone you don't feel comfortable about.

Its ludicrous sorry. I respect other faiths but to go against your religion then to preach to someone else is just ridiculous and rather two faced in my opinion. Had someone ask me how I could cheapen myself doing this job once so I just asked them how could they cheapen themselves by visiting someone as supposedly low as me and that in doing so they are in fact just the same as me. They soon shut up. Saying that the conversation happened in the safety of a parlour bedroom, had I been working independantly I would probably have just waited till he had left then texted him not to attempt to book me again, you do have to be careful, two faced people often can have extreme reactions when you hold up a mirror for them.

Yes it is but how is he going against his religion? If you are referring to him using prostitutes, I think Islam permits it, it's called Mut'a a kind of temporary marriage so long as he they have the woman's consent and she does not wish to keep chaste. Paying for her to do the deed is included.

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Regardless of any religious belief, it is still a crass and insensitive thing to say, given the circumstances. As a man I cannot begin to imagine how you dealwith idiots like this, although, given my flippant and somewhat irreverent sense of humour, Iwould be tempted to say "yes, but I'll need to discuss it with my Rabbi first!"

Hope it all goes well for you.

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Regardless of any religious belief, it is still a crass and insensitive thing to say, given the circumstances. As a man I cannot begin to imagine how you dealwith idiots like this, although, given my flippant and somewhat

irreverent sense of humour, Iwould be tempted to say "yes, but I'll need to discuss it with my Rabbi first!"

Hope it all goes well for you.

I know a female Rabbi whose husband is Muslim. She officiated at a friend's Wedding & I sat with the Grandmothers sipping from a hip flask.

Student: you'll toughen up!

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Sack him, he's a fucking hypocrite. I despise cunts like him.

Exactly.

+2

Couldnt have stated it more eloquently myself !!

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Yes it is but how is he going against his religion? If you are referring to him using prostitutes, I think Islam permits it, it's called Mut'a a kind of temporary marriage so long as he they have the woman's consent and she does not wish to keep chaste. Paying for her to do the deed is included.

As with any religion you can twist any tenet to suit whatever agenda you support. The basis of any fair and just society should be a recognition of anything that can cause unnecessary harm and trauma to others. If you cannot follow those principles then people should not take a religious stance and stand as hypocrites.

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Sack him, he's a fucking hypocrite. I despise cunts like him.

+3!

Alleluhia!!

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A temporary marriage has to be entered into with both parties agreeing and understanding. They didn't do this, hd just turned up, paid and had a shag then attempted to transfer his guilt onto her... He is a hypocrite and a rude one at that

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Sack him, he's a fucking hypocrite. I despise cunts like him.

+4

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You don't have to see anyone who makes you feel uneasy about anything. Put his number in your TW box and ignore any future attempts at contact from him. The same applies to anybody who gives you the creeps for any reason.

You are in control of your life and whatever job you are doing you have the right to be comfortable with the people around you.

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