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Joe Diddley

Married Or Single Clients?

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It is certain that many women in this profession only know the marital status of a percentage of their clientele and most, I am sure, aren't bothered either way. Furthermore it is always dangerous to make generalisations. Nevertheless, it seems likely that WGs have different apprehensions of what single and married men, whom they haven't yet got to know, might be like in terms of relative advantages or disadvantages. (Note that I consider for the purposes of this discussion that men who cohabit with partners as 'married'.) I will list a few of what I think might be candidates for these apprehensions. Feel free to add to these or tell me I'm wrong.

Single clients.

(1) Minus. Possibly clingy. Wanting to ask you out, etc.

(2) Minus. More awkward with women. Some perhaps less hygienic.

(3) Plus. Likely to have more disposable income as they are less likely to have expensive dependents.

Married clients.

(1) Minus. Time-keeping more likely to be bad, owing to other commitments or other things coming up at the last moment.

(2) Minus. The possibility (a remote one perhaps) of the angry other half contacting you and even, perhaps, making trouble.

(3) Plus. More likely to seek a steady regular in that they are particularly anxious about unpleasant surprises and know that routine offers the best cover for clandestine activity.

Of course I realise that these (and other) views of the habits and actions of single and married men described above certainly don't hold with all or even the majority of us, but I would guess that they are characteristic of at least some of us and some at least may colour the perceptions of the women we pay to visit during early visits. I don't claim to know the answers to these questions but look forward to reading your views.

Edited by Joe Diddley

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Hugeeee generalisations. For one single men tend to be cleaner, not smellier. They are less likely to refuse to shower in case someone at home notices.

Every man is an individual and marital status has little to do with the way they behave in my opinion.

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Absolutely correct, Kate. These are indeed huge generalisations put out there to provoke discussion, and you're right that all men are individuals. But becoming married is surely likely to modify the actions and behaviour of most men in ways that we can all see, not just in their punting behaviour but in other areas of their lives as well. I'm sure you are right about single men being cleaner rather than smellier and, if this is so, then we have at least one finding!

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I suppose a married man is more likely to be the one who does not want to kiss. I don't think I have met a single man who has not wanted to kiss yet and a single man is less likely to be worried about perfume or lipstick. Not always the case though.

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I don't think I have met a single man who has not wanted to kiss yet and a single man is less likely to be worried about perfume or lipstick. Not always the case though.

As a single man I worry a great deal about lipstick. Should I wear it or not?

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As a single man I worry a great deal about lipstick. Should I wear it or not?

Hehe that depends very much on the shade you are wearing.

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Hehe that depends very much on the shade you are wearing.

More agonising choices.

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It is certain that many women in this profession only know the marital status of a percentage of their clientele and most, I am sure, aren't bothered either way. Furthermore it is always dangerous to make generalisations. Nevertheless, it seems likely that WGs have different apprehensions of what single and married men, whom they haven't yet got to know, might be like in terms of relative advantages or disadvantages. (Note that I consider for the purposes of this discussion that men who cohabit with partners as 'married'.) I will list a few of what I think might be candidates for these apprehensions. Feel free to add to these or tell me I'm wrong.

Single clients.

(1) Minus. Possibly clingy. Wanting to ask you out, etc.

(2) Minus. More awkward with women. Some perhaps less hygienic.

(3) Plus. Likely to have more disposable income as they are less likely to have expensive dependents.

Plus. More likely to be grateful/appreciative of companionship, intimacy, etc

Plus. Less likely to hold a jaded, or even bitter, view of women which may result from a presumably unfulfilling relationship.

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Just stick to the lip gloss!, ...... :)

It's true that you've always looked good in it. But would it suit me?

It's too much to have to think about. Time for my nap.

:)

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Actually Joe some of your assumptions are way off the mark. For example, my experience of clingy men was it was the married ones that I had the most problems with. Whether this was because they were in unhappy marriages and for them it seemed the grass was greener on the other side (they only ever saw the sexy side of me) I don't know.

As for hygiene, I'm not sure that can be put into boxes either because that's more down to the individual.

The only difference I found between single and married clients were:

Single guys tended to be younger and booked shorter appointments, but that could be balanced by overnighters were more likely to be with single men as were holidays and trips abroad.

That's about it really in my experience.

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I can not really come up with much difference between a married/partnered bloke or a single one.

Possibly the single bloke is more available to come out to play at any old time though, when the married one is not.

When we were on swingers sites the single guys were more desirable as potential playmates due to the above reason.

Oh and plenty of married blokes get clingy by the way ......but hopefully in a nice way.

Lucy :)

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Actually Joe some of your assumptions are way off the mark.

I wouldn't describe them as my assumptions, Holly. More discussion points for debate. Yes, I can imagine that some married men are clingy ... but, as you say, hopefully in a nice way!

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IYes, I can imagine that some married men are clingy ... but, as you say, hopefully in a nice way!

Hey Joe.....

I said/typed that :D

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Honestly, what differance does it make if a guy is married or not, if he has a partner does that make him differant again, and what about the divorcee, is their another section for him to tick, or the widower.

We are punters first and foremost, and pay money for a little of the escorts time, not to be judged and to judge not.

Some married men are clingy.....and some single men also,,,,but hopefully in a nice way!.

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Sorry, Lucy and Holly. I meant to write. "Yes, Lucy, I can imagine that some men ...." but somehow missed out the "Lucy".

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Honestly, what differance does it make if a guy is married or not

Well maybe we'll find out. Probably not much in terms of the service delivered but maybe a little in the way we are perceived.

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I'll be honest I did have a problem with married men but it was my problem not theirs. For a very long time when I first started I beat myself up about seeing them for a couple of reasons.

The first was because I'd been cheated on myself in the past and knew how much that hurt, so for me to be doing it to anther woman, either directly or indirectly, didn't sit well with me and secondly if I had a client that saw me a lot, I was always conscious of the fact that he was spending family money on me (but I also struggled with that one with a couple of guys that I knew were single parents also).

I only stopped feeling like that when another girl quite rightly pointed out that if they didn't see me they would only see somebody else.

With regards to the way they treated me or the way the meets went, I really found little difference with regards to their marital status.

Edited by Holly Maddison

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So one of the main reasons single men are single is because they stink??

Now I know why I was given so much deoderant for Chrimbo.

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So one of the main reasons single men are single is because they stink??

Now I know why I was given so much deoderant for Chrimbo.

Laugh of the day for me that post :D nice one Pie Eater.

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I'm going to be annoying and break it down into sub categories because the OP was way too general!

Married- recently

Married- For years

Married- and bored in a hotel room

Married- Wants to experiment/tick shagging an escort off his to do list

Married- and wants an affair

Married- and has had a row with his wife that day

Single- Happily single- can't be arsed with relationships

Single- and is likely to stay that way unless he starts washing

Single- Virgin and cripplingly shy

Single- and pissed and horny

Single- and thinks booking an escort a nice way to meet a new girlfriend *eye roll*

They all have their pros and cons and if I wanted to bore you all I could generalise each category!

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I'm going to be annoying and break it down into sub categories because the OP was way too general!

Married- recently

Married- For years

Married- and bored in a hotel room

Married- Wants to experiment/tick shagging an escort off his to do list

Married- and wants an affair

Married- and has had a row with his wife that day

Single- Happily single- can't be arsed with relationships

Single- and is likely to stay that way unless he starts washing

Single- Virgin and cripplingly shy

Single- and pissed and horny

Single- and thinks booking an escort a nice way to meet a new girlfriend *eye roll*

They all have their pros and cons and if I wanted to bore you all I could generalise each category!

Can I add... single - workaholic and no time for a relationship

Single - Recently split up and not ready to date again

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It really doesn't make a difference to me if they are married or not. I don't ask and I do not look for a wedding ring.Some will mention their missus others won't. I don't assume either way. I have on occasion found that a guy claiming to be single has got a little clingy..asking me out etc. As for cleanliness I think it is quite possible for a married or cohabiting man to not be too clever with a bar of soap...this could be the reason things are not happening in the bedroom department at home.

However in terms of clinginess some married men also fall into this category...some are more looking for a mistress than a quick paid for bunk up.People are people and all are different marital status has little to do with how they are on a punt. I've had lovely clients and not so lovely clients and I will bet some have been single and some not.

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Can I add... single - workaholic and no time for a relationship

Single - Recently split up and not ready to date again

Yes you can Kate :D xx

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I'm going to be annoying and break it down into sub categories because the OP was way too general!

Well sure but I just wanted to get the discussion started.

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