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This is the funniest report I have read, lucky for Mr Singh he picked it up...Im sure there are hundreds that didn't !!

http://www.punternet.com/frs/fr_view.php?recnum=94818

I also do remember seeing her on another site but didnt book as the name and the pictures did not seem right. Indian name with oriental pics.

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I've said It before, and I'll say It again, who knows for sure how many Posties are working In London, problem Is some are so convincing, that you might not be able to tell unless you give a downstairs Inspection. :D I would of wanted my money back.

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I've said It before, and I'll say It again, who knows for sure how many Posties are working In London, problem Is some are so convincing, that you might not be able to tell unless you give a downstairs Inspection. :D I would of wanted my money back.

Luckily never booked a punt and found out she wasnt a she by doing a downstairs inspection.:D I did get to a punt last year to find the lady was actually a guy in a dress, i made a swift exit.

Mr Singh if i recall did put a thread up about this at the time and i dont think he did get his money back sadly.:)

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Luckily never booked a punt and found out she wasnt a she by doing a downstairs inspection.:D I did get to a punt last year to find the lady was actually a guy in a dress, i made a swift exit.

Mr Singh if i recall did put a thread up about this at the time and i dont think he did get his money back sadly.:)

What a bloke In a dress? Did you go to the trading standards, for false description of merchandise. :D

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Funny?? This is my ultimate nightmare short of live burial:eek::D It's put me off punting for life!

Until the next time;)

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OMG OMG how would you have got it in :D

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I understand the gentleman was shocked but this report is horribly offensive the way it is worded, putting 'she' in shock quotes as if of course this person should not be allowed to identify as the gender that they feel they are! This person is a woman, not the type of woman that the punter expected and he is reasonable to complain about the agency being dishonest but the report is disrespectful to the entire GLBT community :D

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I understand the gentleman was shocked but this report is horribly offensive the way it is worded, putting 'she' in shock quotes as if of course this person should not be allowed to identify as the gender that they feel they are! This person is a woman, not the type of woman that the punter expected and he is reasonable to complain about the agency being dishonest but the report is disrespectful to the entire GLBT community :D

You're taking it too seriously, Krystal

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I understand the gentleman was shocked but this report is horribly offensive the way it is worded, putting 'she' in shock quotes as if of course this person should not be allowed to identify as the gender that they feel they are! This person is a woman, not the type of woman that the punter expected and he is reasonable to complain about the agency being dishonest but the report is disrespectful to the entire GLBT community :D

Kryastal,

I think he has been very moderate in his commrnts, If it had been me in that situation, I would not have headed the post 'very funny;'

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I'm sorry but I'm not here to butter anyone up, and the truth is that the way this gentleman spoke about this lady was unnecessary and insulting. It is fine to warn that the lady is not as advertised and that she is transexual as I know that isn't everyone's cup of tea, and if the situation was a transexual lady asking me how to get away with lying about her history I would be just as displeased! I don't think anyone should be mislead. However, this report isn't just an upset punter who has been misled by an agency, this is a man who obviously does not see trans women as real women and that to me is prejudiced and offensive.

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I've never understood the psychology of people who are themselves offended by something that doesn't affect them, almost as if they are taking offence on behalf of people who are not around to stick up for themselves.

My reading of the situation was that the FR writer's only prejudice was to expect a punt with someone who was born a woman. He did not question the right of the WG to refer to herself as a woman, the quotation marks were based on what he had been led to expect. He did not call her a man at any point.

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I'm sorry but I'm not here to butter anyone up, and the truth is that the way this gentleman spoke about this lady was unnecessary and insulting. It is fine to warn that the lady is not as advertised and that she is transexual as I know that isn't everyone's cup of tea, and if the situation was a transexual lady asking me how to get away with lying about her history I would be just as displeased! I don't think anyone should be mislead. However, this report isn't just an upset punter who has been misled by an agency, this is a man who obviously does not see trans women as real women and that to me is prejudiced and offensive.

Well, I know I'd prefer spending time with you rather than her

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I think the report is worded a little too harshly, but I do think the escort in question should not try to misrepresent herself. There are plenty of post-op TS escorts who do just fine for themselves.

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I've never understood the psychology of people who are themselves offended by something that doesn't affect them, almost as if they are taking offence on behalf of people who are not around to stick up for themselves.

As a bisexual, I am part of the same community and have been faced with very similar prejudice. It's not just political, it's personal.

Not that sticking up for minorities that you are not a part of is a bad thing - the main issue with minorities not getting the rights and respect they deserve is that they are by definition too small to defend themselves, they need support from the regular people to be heard.

I do get perhaps a little too riled by this kind of thing though, and should probably bow out of the thread before I get all in a rage :D One final point though - isn't it against the rules of punternet to post reviews, positive or negative, about male, transexual or transvestite sex workers? Should this review have made it onto the site at all?

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Personally I have to say I see nothing wrong with this FR in fact I'm surprised that after the encounter that the gentleman wasn't overtly offensive in his report.

I think the FR write used "she" in quotes to indicate the fact that she wasn't born a woman, something I see no problem with. Although if he had used words like "he", or even "it" then I can see claim to take issue.

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I'm sorry but I'm not here to butter anyone up, and the truth is that the way this gentleman spoke about this lady was unnecessary and insulting. It is fine to warn that the lady is not as advertised and that she is transexual as I know that isn't everyone's cup of tea, and if the situation was a transexual lady asking me how to get away with lying about her history I would be just as displeased! I don't think anyone should be mislead. However, this report isn't just an upset punter who has been misled by an agency, this is a man who obviously does not see trans women as real women and that to me is prejudiced and offensive.

Well although I see your point I think thats being a bit harsh to Mr Singh.

I know we'd like to think that if a man has decided to become a woman via surgery then we'd like to think that they are now offically a real woman but sorry, rose tinted specs off, they were not born a woman, they are a man who has had surgery to become a woman. And the fact remains that some people still will feel uncomfortable if the Woman they had paid to visit was a orginially a man.

Some people will feel uncomfortable, I'll be honest, I wouldnt want to see a woman who used to be a guy. Maybe if it wasnt a quick hour or 3 hour encounter I'll change my mind and find that he is really a she even after surgery but we havent got time for that.

But I should know before hand, if Im comfortable with it, then I'll go ahead.

Maybe we'll get to the point where it wont matter but at the present time I dont think we should attack those who book a woman and find out that shes not a she.

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As a bisexual, I am part of the same community and have been faced with very similar prejudice. It's not just political, it's personal.

Not that sticking up for minorities that you are not a part of is a bad thing - the main issue with minorities not getting the rights and respect they deserve is that they are by definition too small to defend themselves, they need support from the regular people to be heard.

I do get perhaps a little too riled by this kind of thing though, and should probably bow out of the thread before I get all in a rage :D One final point though - isn't it against the rules of punternet to post reviews, positive or negative, about male, transexual or transvestite sex workers? Should this review have made it onto the site at all?

I may be narrow minded, but I don't think that being bi-sexual is anything like a male converted into a female. I would still prefer spending the time with you, and I would have no concerns about the fact that you are bi-sexual.

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this is a man who obviously does not see trans women as real women and that to me is prejudiced and offensive.

But...THEY ARE NOT REAL WOMEN!!

Predujice or not...THAT IS FACT!!!!

That's the trouble with the world these days!! People hide behind BULLSHIT!!!

He booked a WOMAN!! He had every right to expect a REAL WOMAN!!

I have no objection to anyone who is transexual, post or pre-op, but be honest!! If someone WANTS a post-op. FINE.BOOK ONE. If someone WANTS a PRE-OP. FINE. BOOK ONE. If someone wants a girl..born a girl..always been a girl...THEY ARE NOT FUCKING PREDUJICE!!! They have the right to turn up expecting what they are told they are getting!!

This country is becoming pitiful!! A man is considered an arsehole if he wants to fuck a WOMAN!!!

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As a bisexual, I am part of the same community and have been faced with very similar prejudice. It's not just political, it's personal.

Not that sticking up for minorities that you are not a part of is a bad thing - the main issue with minorities not getting the rights and respect they deserve is that they are by definition too small to defend themselves, they need support from the regular people to be heard.

I do get perhaps a little too riled by this kind of thing though, and should probably bow out of the thread before I get all in a rage :D One final point though - isn't it against the rules of punternet to post reviews, positive or negative, about male, transexual or transvestite sex workers? Should this review have made it onto the site at all?

Krystal,

I've just spent time thinking about your post, and I think that it's fine that someone accepts you as bi-sexual, as I would, on the basis that you are declared in as to what you are, but we are talking a much different situation here.

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the fact that even the site in question advertises post op transexuals as post op transexuals show they are very different from ladies - otherwise all those without a penis would be labelled ladies

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I understand the gentleman was shocked but this report is horribly offensive the way it is worded, putting 'she' in shock quotes as if of course this person should not be allowed to identify as the gender that they feel they are! This person is a woman, not the type of woman that the punter expected and he is reasonable to complain about the agency being dishonest but the report is disrespectful to the entire GLBT community :D

The report is offensive? NO

This person is a woman? NO

Luckily Mr Singh is a nice guy. Others would have reacted in a much more proactive way

Obviously honesty doesn't figure highly in your scheme of things

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The report is offensive? NO

This person is a woman? NO

Luckily Mr Singh is a nice guy. Others would have reacted in a much more proactive way

Obviously honesty doesn't figure highly in your scheme of things

A very fair comment

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I'm sorry but I'm not here to butter anyone up, and the truth is that the way this gentleman spoke about this lady was unnecessary and insulting. It is fine to warn that the lady is not as advertised and that she is transexual as I know that isn't everyone's cup of tea, and if the situation was a transexual lady asking me how to get away with lying about her history I would be just as displeased! I don't think anyone should be mislead. However, this report isn't just an upset punter who has been misled by an agency, this is a man who obviously does not see trans women as real women and that to me is prejudiced and offensive.

He booked a WG who he in good faith thought was a female and assumed because he wasnt told otherwise that she had always been a female, if she was a post-op then he SHOULD of been told, to not do so is completely out of order and misleading. There is nothing wrong with his FR IMO.

The fact is his was conned by a bad provider and wanted to let others know, the WG was once a guy, i dont want to be fucking someone who used to be a guy, that is up to me, i am only interested in ladies that have always been female, call me picky but thats how it is.

What pre and post ops etc get up to is not my business but if they decide to work as WGs they should be open and honest about it to punters so we can make our own minds up whether to book them or not.

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What a bloke In a dress? Did you go to the trading standards, for false description of merchandise. :D

No i got out of there and breathed a sigh of relief and booked my plan B.:D

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What a bloke In a dress? Did you go to the trading standards, for false description of merchandise. :D

No i got out of there breathed a sigh of relief and booked my plan B.:D Apoligies double post.

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