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The New! Good Recommendations For A Glasgow Newbie

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I just thought i would start a new recommendations for a Glasgow newbie, Its 2013, so much have change in Glasgow punting scene and we all know that WGs come & go, hopefully this thread will assist new/experience punters. All positive contributions are welcome.

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I recently met Naughty.Angel. from the purple site and i would recommend her. Shes a bit on heavier side however because of that shes also blessed with big boobs. She was willing and able to hold conversation during the punt. She does owo, french kissing and cim. Am looking for recommendations on Wgs who does owo, french kissing and cim with prices £60- £80/ half hour. Thanks

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Unbelieveably patronising!

 

ALL threads should do that.

 

I meant why is it not in the Glasgow subforum?

 

It is now. 

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Had second ever punt with Erika, she was incredible! 

 

Anyone seen Vikki~ before, young blond probably EE? She looks amazing, just hope the pics are real! Feedback looks pretty genuine.

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Had second ever punt with Erika, she was incredible! 

 

Anyone seen Vikki~ before, young blond probably EE? She looks amazing, just hope the pics are real! Feedback looks pretty genuine.

 

Yeah, i've booked her before. I can confirm she is genuine. A stunning girl who looks even better in the flesh. I've previously wrote about her on the other thread. 

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Had second ever punt with Erika, she was incredible! 

 

Anyone seen Vikki~ before, young blond probably EE? She looks amazing, just hope the pics are real! Feedback looks pretty genuine.

  

Ive seen Vikki too, broke my "only UK" girls rule for her. She is lovely. Pictures are genuine. Her English was good and you could tell she was happy, if a little shy. She will be in England just now, but told me she was planning to come back to Scotland every other month (saw her in April), with her group of friends.

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Has anyone seen DirtyTaylor20x?

There's something very appealing about the pictures but not as much information as I usually like.

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Ive seen Vikki too, broke my "only UK" girls rule for her. She is lovely. Pictures are genuine. Her English was good and you could tell she was happy, if a little shy. She will be in England just now, but told me she was planning to come back to Scotland every other month (saw her in April), with her group of friends.

 

She is in Glasgow now.

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Has anyone seen DirtyTaylor20x?

There's something very appealing about the pictures but not as much information as I usually like.

Spotted her profile for the first time last night and I also liked the look of her pictures. I was beginning to get really excited when I spotted that she was doing 3somes with Jasmine - until I noticed that she doesn't have kissing or OWO on her likes list  :( That's a total dealbreaker for me unfortunately, they are the only 2 must have services for me. 

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Hi guys, first time poster, been with a fair few working girls over the past few years in Glasgow and would like to share my recommendations and experiences. I remember reading on here recently that you couldn't name a WG without having a certain number of posts behind you - is this rule still in effect?

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Hi guys, first time poster, been with a fair few working girls over the past few years in Glasgow and would like to share my recommendations and experiences. I remember reading on here recently that you couldn't name a WG without having a certain number of posts behind you - is this rule still in effect?

 

That is only the case for profiles on AdultWork. Once you are a full member (20 approved posts) the restriction is lifted.

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That is only the case for profiles on AdultWork. Once you are a full member (20 approved posts) the restriction is lifted.

Okay I see! Thanks.

I've noticed many punters, a lot of whom in Glasgow choosing to avoid "non UK" girls. Generally I have the same policy, would love some input from guys who don't operate the same policy though?

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Okay I see! Thanks.

I've noticed many punters, a lot of whom in Glasgow choosing to avoid "non UK" girls. Generally I have the same policy, would love some input from guys who don't operate the same policy though?

 

There's good and bad on both sides. I've had some amazing punts with Eastern European girls. I think you need to just look at each girl individually. Try and find out as much info as you can. A lot of the girls will have reviews. 

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There's good and bad on both sides. I've had some amazing punts with Eastern European girls. I think you need to just look at each girl individually. Try and find out as much info as you can. A lot of the girls will have reviews.

I suppose it arises from the fact I had a string of very poor experiences with girls from outside the UK, so as a result I took a fair bit of time and blacklisted every non-UK girl I could find on AW in Glasgow!

Are there any that stick in your mind?

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Hi Craig and welcome.

You will not go wrong with Erika. 

She is an exceptional escort.

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Okay I see! Thanks.

I've noticed many punters, a lot of whom in Glasgow choosing to avoid "non UK" girls. Generally I have the same policy, would love some input from guys who don't operate the same policy though?

 

I prefer to go for Scottish girls, my best punting experiences are with scottish wgs than any other nationalities. I dont chose girls because of their Nationalities i go for the price and the services they offer. i.e. value for money. My budget is £60-80/30mins above that i would not go near. I think EE girls coming over here do keep the prices down. If you been to South East Asia, and surroundings or Germany you would probably think twice before spending over £80/30mins.Thats my opinion and am sure a lot of punters would disagree.

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Thanks guys, some good insights and advice there! I have always by thecummeister's recommendation, will certainly be giving it more thought now. 

I generally operate the same policy Asiantard, however there are a couple of girls in Glasgow and Edinburgh I would be sorely tempted to break this rule for as they do seem exceptional!

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Can't seem to work out how to edit my last post, should have read "...always been tempted by..."

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Ive broke my rule once or twice, but the bottom line for me is that Glasgow Council are obviously an unforgiving lot.

The law states two girls working from one property is illegal, more over the real issue is that if you didnt know a girl was trafficked or not you are still going to be convicted of being a part of it.

There are some girls like Erika and Magalie that arent British and are definitely independent.

But, even with a great experience with Viki, Im still reluctant to take a chance on EE girls, they are not from the UK, they move around a lot and they work from the same apartment.

From reading a newpaper report a while back I know that there have been girls in an apartment, on their own and giving, what field reports describe, as a great service, yet they were all trafficked. The idea that these girls are easy to spot, when you see them, is a myth.

 

If the Council are in a mood and ask the police, theres no defence if you are there when its raided. 

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Picky, I'm curious to know why you think the girls you refer to were "trafficked" ... a much misused and abused term IMO.

 

Just because girls are foreign and their accommodation and travel has been organised by an apparently shady EE character/organisation does not mean that they are in the country illegally or working unwillingly. Indeed, if they are working alone rather than as a duo/group, they are probably breaking no law, especially if they are EU nationals.

Oriental girls are a different matter!

 

Prosecutions are overwhelmingly for "managing or assisting in the management of a brothel" (i.e. 2 or more girls working on the same premises), NOT for human trafficking, which is much more prevalent in sectors other than sex work.

 

Going by what newspapers say is naive, almost all the press has an anti-prostitution agenda and reports and "investigations" are invariably slanted to emphasise or even falsify the scandalous aspects of any case.

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Im not saying they are trafficked. But I remember reading Field Reports of Asian Girls working form a flat near Sheriff Courts, there were good and bad reviews, mainly because the girls changed all the time. But the girl was in the property on her own, as in "trusted" enough to be on her own. The good reviews suggest girls who werent exactly drugged up or being forced. But that property was named, in either the Evening Times or Daily Record, as part of a ring of girls based in Glasgow, some who were Asian and some EE. The people behind it were British and were to be prosecuted for trafficking.

This happened within the last 3 years, Im sure you will remember it.

 

I saying that these girls were happy, working without someone else in the property, but they were still trafficked, why else would the police be prosecuting for this, if not?

 

So, to me and what I was stating in my earlier post was that just because a group of foreign girls, or an individual foreign girl, seem happy to be doing what they are doing, you can NEVER be certain that they are not part of what the police would call "trafficking" and its what the police think that matters.

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Police don't prosecute, Picky. It's the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) that do that.

 

And you REALLY are confused about the meaning of "trafficking".

FYI this is the SOCA (Serious Organised Crime Agency) definition, aka the "Palermo Protocol" of the UN:

 

“Trafficking in Persons” means:

 
‘The recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons, by means of the threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of abduction, of fraud, of deception, of the abuse of power, or a position of vulnerability, or the giving or receiving of payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having control over another person, for the purpose of exploitation. Exploitation shall include, at a minimum, the exploitation of the prostitution of others or other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labour or services, slavery or practices similar to slavery, servitude or the removal or organs’."
 
In short, if there is no coercion, it AIN'T trafficking!!

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Police don't prosecute, Picky. It's the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) that do that. What a meaningless responce, in regard to the point being made.

 

 

And you REALLY are confused about the meaning of "trafficking".

FYI this is the SOCA (Serious Organised Crime Agency) definition, aka the "Palermo Protocol" of the UN:

 

“Trafficking in Persons” means:

 
‘The recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons, by means of the threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of abduction, of fraud, of deception, of the abuse of power, or a position of vulnerability, or the giving or receiving of payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having control over another person, for the purpose of exploitation. Exploitation shall include, at a minimum, the exploitation of the prostitution of others or other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labour or services, slavery or practices similar to slavery, servitude or the removal or organs’."
 
In short, if there is no coercion, it AIN'T trafficking!!

 

 

Ive highlighted your own quote where there is a KEY word.

 

http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/news/2-held-in-first-scots-sex-trafficking-prosecution-1.1089901

 

Think I'll trust The Crown Office, rather than your good self my dear Tox. 

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Police don't prosecute, Picky. It's the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) that do that. What a meaningless responce, in regard to the point being made.

 

And you REALLY are confused about the meaning of "trafficking".

FYI this is the SOCA (Serious Organised Crime Agency) definition, aka the "Palermo Protocol" of the UN:

 

“Trafficking in Persons” means:

 
‘The recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons, by means of the threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of abduction, of fraud, of deception, of the abuse of power, or a position of vulnerability, or the giving or receiving of payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having control over another person, for the purpose of exploitation. Exploitation shall include, at a minimum, the exploitation of the prostitution of others or other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labour or services, slavery or practices similar to slavery, servitude or the removal or organs’."
 
In short, if there is no coercion, it AIN'T trafficking!!

 

 

 

Ive highlighted your own quote where there is a KEY word.

 

http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/news/2-held-in-first-scots-sex-trafficking-prosecution-1.1089901

 

Think I'll trust The Crown Office, rather than your good self my dear Tox. 

 

Regarding your first point, YOU'RE the one who said "they were still trafficked, why else would the police be prosecuting"

 

I still maintain that there's a grey area, where it is going to be VERY difficult to draw a line between willingness and financial enticement/coercion but, on more careful reading of the precise wording of the protocol, I accept that it can be interpreted as you describe.

 

I wonder how this fits with the EU's fundamental principle of the Freedom of Movement of Workers? As in:

http://ec.europa.eu/social/main.jsp?catId=457

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