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Curious how many of you have jumped over from a basic customer to a bit more communication, or further into the zone of Facebook, etc? Does it change things, like turn into a friendly relationship, friends w/ paid benefits, do you step out eventually into normal life activities ever?

Also wonder...for those that have, is this not maybe just an extension of the 'new normal' for younger women in all communication? Do they introduce you to any of their friends, and if so, like what 'a friend? A customer?' etc.

And for the ladies: do you do this, do you get a lot of requests for it, if you do do it, under what circumstances, etc. very interested to hear how technology may be changing contours of this hobby.

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I have a WG as a friend on Facebook, but I never punted with her and only found out she was a WG later.

We met in a bar in Florida, and whilst there was not a romantic or sexual relationship we did get on as friends. We swopped details, and Facebook links. We had chatted on Facebook ever since.

One day, her status update mentioned she had just spent a week in County Jail. Being respectful of privacy, but at the same time nosey, I decided to use my friend Google rather than ask her. In many States, including Florida, arrest records are open to view on the Internet. There she was, and the records showed she had been sentenced to 10 days for prostitution.

We did eventually chat about it, and it highlights how tough it is for WG in some states. She had responded to a booking for an outcall in a motel. This booking turned out to be a sting operation. I was amazed that a girl would get jail time in the "Land of the Free"

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I don't have a facebook page to advertise my escorting skills. I am on Twitter though but no the client/escort relationship does not then become a friends with benefits thing because guys choose to follow me. I use it in the same way as I do my website and blogging, its merely another way of advertising myself and for potential clients to get to know me a little.

I only have a personal facebook page. Only 2 clients are 'friends' with me on there and I have known both for the entire time I have escorted. Again this has not changed anything between us one is a client I do not see anymore but have remained friends with the other still sees me on a paid basis but we do have a friendship both of us are very conscious of boundaries.

I don't introduce other people to them unless they see me advertising duos on my 'work' twitter page.

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I only have a personal facebook page. Only 2 clients are 'friends' with me on there and I have known both for the entire time I have escorted.

 

Facebook is ok as a very simple way of keeping in contact with family, relatives and friends particularly when some of them may be in other parts of the world.  It's instant and cheap and you can have private conversations at no cost.   Beyond family etc etc?   No way.  It's when you hear an "ordinary" person say something like "I have 87 friends on Facebook"?    Rubbish.    You have 87 people connected to your Facebook page the majority of them you don't know.

 

Friends with an escort on Facebook?   I assume the two guys that Bibi refers to are single.   A married man being friends with an escort on Facebook?  It would have to be someone who enjoys living dangerously.  Not that I'm saying that, if circumstances weren't different, there aren't a handful of ladies with whom I would quite happily be a Facebook friend.

 

Quite often posters refer to the fact that people other than client's and WG's are on Pnet as both guests and members and to bear this in mind when posting because 0f the privacy aspects.    This site is like Fort Knox compared with Facebook.

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Curious how many of you have jumped over from a basic customer to a bit more communication, or further into the zone of Facebook, etc? Does it change things, like turn into a friendly relationship, friends w/ paid benefits, do you step out eventually into normal life activities ever?

Also wonder...for those that have, is this not maybe just an extension of the 'new normal' for younger women in all communication? Do they introduce you to any of their friends, and if so, like what 'a friend? A customer?' etc.

And for the ladies: do you do this, do you get a lot of requests for it, if you do do it, under what circumstances, etc. very interested to hear how technology may be changing contours of this hobby.

I have no interest in social networking sites but if i did i wouldnt be using it/them to contact WGs. Personally, ideally i dont want to know about a WGs real personal life, although some tell me anyway, no idea whats true or not though.

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I'm with Smiths.  I have no interest in social networking.  

 

Obviously I have a few anonymous profiles so that I can get onboard, see what all the fuss is about and stalk my exes; but my friends are real life people I've known for decades.  I value my privacy and guard my identity.  

 

Perhaps I'm a bit paranoid but I still use counter-surveillance driving techniques when I probably have no need.  Just because I'm paranoid doesn't mean they're not watching me.  

 

<puts on tin foil hat and peers through curtains in wide-eyed terror>

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I'm with Smiths.  I have no interest in social networking.  

 

Obviously I have a few anonymous profiles so that I can get onboard, see what all the fuss is about and stalk my exes; but my friends are real life people I've known for decades.  I value my privacy and guard my identity.  

 

Perhaps I'm a bit paranoid but I still use counter-surveillance driving techniques when I probably have no need.  Just because I'm paranoid doesn't mean they're not watching me.  

 

<puts on tin foil hat and peers through curtains in wide-eyed terror>

You say paranoid.I wonder how many people remember that fb archives everything and nothing is every actually deleted.If you leave your account open once someone can DL you complete history including every private convo ever had.

That said.When i first had my fb account i literally wold only accept friend requests from people i still saw and drank with.Now its linked to my work page so even mine is now more for networking and promotional purposes.Would i have an escort as a contact on my page.If it was someone i'd met a few times i dont see why not.It's not like theyre going to be leaving stuff like "i'll be seeing you at 8:30.dont forget the strawberries,chocolate and the stuffed armadillo!" on your wall.

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facebook ( for people with sweet nothing to do all day)

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I dont even have a personal fb profile anymore and I certainly wouldnt use it to advertise escorting, nor any of social networks where family or friends would be x

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An intriguing thread, I was pondering this just the other day.

 

This is probably a generational thing, but it seems to me that increasingly, we, as punters, are paying not so much to walk away, as to be able to  go off- line.

 I look at the lives of my nephews and nieces, and I'm appalled at the relentless and inescapable pressure to be  constantly available in real time. Relationships seem to go into, like, total crisis, if there isn't a text or tweet or FB update every hour. How do people live like that? If that's the price of a normal relationship these days, punting sounds like a perfectly sane lifestyle choice.

 

It's interesting that although technology has made some aspects of the sex industry easier (especially for punters) it has not seen the same explosive growth in one- to-one communications which you see virtually everywhere else. I guess that's principally because there is still a roughly equivalent interest on both sides in keeping a safe distance and preserving discretion and identity.

It will be even more interesting to see if/how this changes when today's teens and 20-somethings - who have already yielded much of their privacy to the web, wittingly or otherwise - will play the game in a decade or so.

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