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I tend to refer to escorts as Ladies, as that is how I see them. I wonder what the escort girls prefer, I understand if it is polite, some might not mind.

Just wondered..........lonely as a cloud.

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Either my working name, Escort, sex worker, service provider or woman. I'm not a girl. 

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Thats me told. :( xx.

 

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I find 'Oi nobrot!' sets the mood for a nice GFE.

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Definitely not girl or lady! Yuck! My name is best or if referring collectively then escorts or sex workers. 

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You ask you learn, thanks MinxyLydia & Strawberry.

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I've always found that "hello cum slut" works well to get us started on a nice friendly basis :o

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Yep as we are over 18 girl is not really the right word.Sex worker,escort,hooker,service provider,WG whatever really as long as it's not said in a patronising or nasty way.

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I know this may be a bit controversial, but I love the term prozzy, myself. It has a humorous fuzzy feel about it, and I'd never use it in a disparaging or degrading sense. I have read of WGs using that word when talking about themselves in a tongue in cheek or self-ironic way.

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14 hours ago, Bibi said:

Yep as we are over 18 girl is not really the right word.Sex worker,escort,hooker,service provider,WG whatever really as long as it's not said in a patronising or nasty way.

It's scary when you look around the forums and see 'girls' all over the place. 

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While not quite the same topic there was a long thread on the SAAFE site in 1988 about how prostitutes self refer (http://www.saafe.info/main/index.php?topic=15247.0) and what they feel about terms such as prostitute, sex worker, Prozzie etc. The upshot is that although some (especially those who are not prostitutes) feel that "prostitute" is non PC, pejorative  and should be replaced by the term "sex worker" prostitutes themselves seem to be more relaxed about it.

As far as how you address them-use their working name.

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I prefer Charlotte (as that's the name I chose for myself) or Sweet Heart, because it isn't always easy to remember names :)

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On 27/6/2016 at 1:26 AM, Bibi said:

Yep as we are over 18 girl is not really the right word.Sex worker,escort,hooker,service provider,WG whatever really as long as it's not said in a patronising or nasty way.

But surely "girl" (like "lad" and "boy") has a longer shelf-life than that? And surely women themselves use the term un-self-consciously? A night out with the girls, girlie-talk, a lads' evening....

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I think some like to be called, 'Madam'.

Others can be called, Nurse, Miss, Mistress, Teacher, Secretary, Boss, Sir?............the list is endless.

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11 hours ago, Colonel Bonkers said:

But surely "girl" (like "lad" and "boy") has a longer shelf-life than that? And surely women themselves use the term un-self-consciously? A night out with the girls, girlie-talk, a lads' evening....

You just said it yourself though..women may use it tongue in cheek to describe an event they don't usually refer to themselves as a 'girl' and it sounds abit patronising/condescending for a man to use the term escort girl.In the same way that alot of us find it cringey when a complete stranger starts a booking enquiry with 'Babe' or 'Darling'.

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Yes I agree with Bibi, Men calling grown women girls is insulting and infantising and when talking about escorts is creepy. 

It's all about context, me and Bibi saying we are having a girls night out is OK in the same way I dislike being called a hooker or a pro ss ie but might use that term in light hearted manner when talking with other escorts (unless one asked me not to!) 

 

edited cos word changed to WG! 

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2 hours ago, MinxyLydia said:

Yes I agree with Bibi, Men calling grown women girls is insulting and infantising and when talking about escorts is creepy. 

It's all about context, me and Bibi saying we are having a girls night out is OK in the same way I dislike being called a hooker or a pro ss ie but might use that term in light hearted manner when talking with other escorts (unless one asked me not to!) 

 

edited cos word changed to WG! 

It's so easy to be accidentally patronising.  Women, huh!  :)

Edited by robert49

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Think of the context - sex. Look around the forums see how much 'girl' is used. 

Step back, it's a bit strange. 

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On 30/06/2016 at 8:23 PM, Bibi said:

...........................In the same way that alot of us find it cringey when a complete stranger starts a booking enquiry with 'Babe' or 'Darling'.

That goes both ways, of course.

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I made a huge mistake recently by suggesting to a young woman that she was  a prostitute. I admit I don't like the term but I was making a point. Well the fucking sky fell in!  "I am an escort" she said.

"Yep" I thought, " so you're just a bit more up your own ass hole than some". Then the same woman offered bareback. I mean how effing stupid is that?

 

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I always think of the "WGs" I visit as first and foremost women, or rather, wonderful women because they bring extra joy to my life and I am ever grateful to them for that. I have told lots of them that their ultimate product is much more than sexual pleasure, it is happiness and happiness travels. So, ladies/girls/WGs please think of yourself as being in the happiness business rather than the sex industry. Think of yourself as a Happiness Provider (HP) or Happiness Generator (HG). Society benefits from your services and these terms reflect that in a positive way, as should be the case. Nuff said.

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38 minutes ago, vagina miner said:

I always think of the "WGs" I visit as first and foremost women, or rather, wonderful women because they bring extra joy to my life and I am ever grateful to them for that. I have told lots of them that their ultimate product is much more than sexual pleasure, it is happiness and happiness travels. So, ladies/girls/WGs please think of yourself as being in the happiness business rather than the sex industry. Think of yourself as a Happiness Provider (HP) or Happiness Generator (HG). Society benefits from your services and these terms reflect that in a positive way, as should be the case. Nuff said.

 

 Fluffy post alert   , enjoy ladies   ,

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I recently visited a French Lady in Earls Court. Not only did I want sexual activity, but also, I hoped to improve my french! Does one address a lady one has never met before, but who one hopes to fuck inside the next ten minutes, as "Tu" or does the distant "Vous" need to be used until you qualify as a regular? Alas, she was a nice girl from a good family, as she hastened to assure me, and she'd never heard the dirty words for sexual parts and actions in France! She thought that I'd be OK with Tutoyer, but she wasn't that sure.

She added that la belle France has the baccalaureate ( the bac) and when she first went "on the game" in London she hadn't the foggiest idea what all this about "A" Levels and "O" Levels meant at all!

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1 hour ago, Irgendeiner said:

I recently visited a French Lady in Earls Court. Not only did I want sexual activity, but also, I hoped to improve my french! Does one address a lady one has never met before, but who one hopes to fuck inside the next ten minutes, as "Tu" or does the distant "Vous" need to be used until you qualify as a regular? Alas, she was a nice girl from a good family, as she hastened to assure me, and she'd never heard the dirty words for sexual parts and actions in France! She thought that I'd be OK with Tutoyer, but she wasn't that sure.

She added that la belle France has the baccalaureate ( the bac) and when she first went "on the game" in London she hadn't the foggiest idea what all this about "A" Levels and "O" Levels meant at all!

Try the chapter "The Tongues of Eros" in George Steiner's "My Unwritten Books". For all its scholarliness, he's basically bragging about what a stud he is, but his interest is in how sex is different in different languages, and, being multilingual, he's had the opportunity to test this theory quite a lot. His stories may be from too long ago to be relevant any longer, but he gives two examples of French lovers who were actually indignant when he addressed them as "tu", and who still used "vous" when approaching orgasm. He was also impressed by one partner who used a pluperfect subjunctive in mid-shag.

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A pluperfect subjunctive would impress me too, even fully dressed, let alone "on the job"! Tutoyer is full of difficulty - I've always found the usage among Army Officers who've known each other for years of "tu" with the surname, but never venturing to the prénom, extraordinary.

Thank you, however, for the book advice - I'll head swiftly over to Abe Books when I've had breakfast!

 

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