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I do have a scoot around the FR's from time to time and look at some of the 'No' not recommendeds and think 'surely you saw that coming a mile off' ie. 'dodgy area', etc., but the men still go ahead as if the self preservation alarm has been temporarily switched off. (Been thinking about this from an escort point of view since JRC's comment on the dodgy outcall thread).

At what point would you back out of an appointment ?

If a girl told you she was working against her will, what would you do ?

Would there be anything which would deter you from making the choice to find her a solution ?

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I do have a scoot around the FR's from time to time and look at some of the 'No' not recommendeds and think 'surely you saw that coming a mile off' ie. 'dodgy area', etc., but the men still go ahead as if the self preservation alarm has been temporarily switched off. (Been thinking about this from an escort point of view since JRC's comment on the dodgy outcall thread).

At what point would you back out of an appointment ?

If a girl told you she was working against her will, what would you do ?

Would there be anything which would deter you from making the choice to find her a solution ?

If i am at the punt i would walk out and have done so if the price and/or services were not what was agreed, and if she is not the lady in the picture/s despite her confirming over the phone it is her. I would also as i did recently if the ladies hygiene was bad. A bad attitude is an instant passion killer so this would cause me to walk double quick.

If she told me she was there against her will i would phone Crimestoppers which is also Pnets advice.

As Xenia discussed a while ago, a lady being rescued is the first step in a process that could see her deported back to her home country to maybe face those that forced her to come to the UK in the first place, they may punish her and/or her family/friends also. Its a harsh world with some evil people in it, but as an individual i can only do so much. Making the call to Crimestoppers is my so much.

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At what point would you back out of an appointment ?

I don't suppose it would surprise you to know that my answer is "it depends". If an area was really dodgy looking, I would probably back out before knocking on the door (I have never felt the need to though). Also, if I get mucked about too much ("hang on just another 15 mins hun!") on the phone before the appointment, I might call it a day, depending on the girl's reputation. I nearly did when this happened to me yesterday, but stuck with it because the girl has a good rep on here. It was worth it in the end :confused:.

The real dealbreaker for me is if it's a bait and switch, in which case (at least in the only time it has happened to me), I will walk before starting the punt. I also don't think I'd hang around if the flat/house was a tip or the girl was not clean or an obvious drug user. Again though, it's never happened. As you can tell, I tend not to take risks on unknown quantities and usually opt for girls or agencies with good reps.

If a girl told you she was working against her will, what would you do ?

Very simple. I would leave instantly and (as mentioned by smiths above) phone Crimestoppers straight away. I detest the idea of girls doing this against their wishes, as does every right minded poster here.

Would there be anything which would deter you from making the choice to find her a solution ?

Nope. I wouldn't try and solve the situation personally (e.g. asking the girl to leave with me), as the likelihood of violence ensuing from boyfriend/pimp/enforcer is quite high. I'm a lover not a fighter. Nothing I can think of would stop me making the call to Crimestoppers though. I just hope I never find myself in that situation.

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That about sums up my approach, Northwinds.

I've wandered away from one meeting, and that was because the person was not the one I spoke to on t'phone, was only interested in 'pump and dump', and seemed to be too young for me. (Very early 20s).

Otherwise, I allow the phone conversation, area of a city etc to play their part, and have several times not followed up an initial contact because of bad vibes.

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