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Warning: This is adult subject matter. Escorting is an arduous job. And it is a job. Maybe not one we'd all love to do but it's work none the less, especially when you have to mess with someone you may not find the most "aesthetically appealing." The workers in the trade have an endless well of stories to tell us. And you know we're dying to hear. Our questions on this topic are bottomless.


Redditor dtorg29 asked Escorts of Reddit, how would you compare the bahavior of your attractive clients vs. unattractive clients? How does one handle a situation where maybe... you're just NOT that into them?

Submissions have been edited for clarity, context, and profanity.

Love ain't an option...

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My attractive clients are less likely to try to pursue a relationship. Other than that I don't notice much of a difference.

Nudeonsatin

Richard Gere is that you?

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Former escort. Honestly I found my more attractive clients generally better behaved, and more interested in pleasuring me. The unattractive could get pretty entitled and pushy, less thought or care to me enjoying it. Or get very clingy.

I'd say however there was a bigger split by age for behavior. And there were a lot more attractive men using escorts than you'd think, it was just more convenient than online dating for many.

Nixie_D

It's not the work... it's the people...

You're making a huge assumption here which is that there's a wide range of attractiveness in clients. If you want to see what most of my clients look like, Google "middle aged white man" and pick the most average result. Not extremely ugly, but by no means super hot.

That said, my experience is that some clients who think they're hot (they aren't) believe that they deserve a discount for it. Apparently the idea is that if I enjoy doing my job I'm entitled to less cash.

It's these sort of behaviors from clients - flakiness, insisting on discounts, and otherwise being difficult - that ultimately made me leave the profession a year or two ago. For all the money you make per hour there's several hours of dealing with client crap. The actual work itself was fine.

disposable_moniker

Try to haggle? Really?

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Female escort here, first time posting but I always welcome a chance to share my experiences and shed some light on the job.

I've found a lot of my younger and/or more attractive clients are cockier (no pun intended), ruder, and a lot of them want a "adult film star experience" which is just a pain in the butt a lot of the time (again, no pun intended). Obviously this can't be said for everyone, though; I've had plenty of unattractive dudes that were worse.

Regardless of appearance, in my opinion the best clients are:

-Hygienic

-Respectful

-Don't have sex at all but just pay for company and conversation

The worst clients:

-Are smelly/rude/aggressive/too drunk

-Try to haggle

-Are delusional about their "talents" in the bedroom

-Ask if I have a boyfriend/ask to date me/tell me they love me.

Mundane_Wave

One of mine who became a regular I started seeing for free. We met weekly for maybe two months and after that I just enjoyed the sex and the company, so we kept it up for maybe six more months with no more money exchanged.

Sadiemae1750

I'm your 'Private Dancer'... dancer for $$$...

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I'm going to answer the same I answered to your last post that was removed. :) How my clients treat me has never something that is connected to how attractive they are. However, I can say that all clients that have genuinely scared me or have been really unpleasant have been older (40s-60s) unattractive men. That's not relevant though.

There is no such thing as an attractive client in terms of that their looks. I do not want them, I want their money. I'm at work, not seeking sexual pleasure.

There most definitely is a thing which is a good client. A good client is respectful, showers before, doesn't try to push boundaries and most importantly, treats me like a human but remembers that I'm there because he gives me money. And acts accordingly. Yeah, of course non-gross people are easier, but they're not "attractive."

How the client looks or how attractive he is has nothing to do with how I am treated and doesn't define if I like him as a client or not. It simply doesn't matter.

A client's looks don't matter. We're not in a relationship or having something that requires genuine lust or want from my side. What matters is how well behaved and respectful they are. You could ask for example a shop keeper if it matters how the person who buys milk and bread from them looks. Let's start respecting sex work and sex workers as they deserve to be respected, as working people who are doing their job.

throawayhooker

Mind your manners...

It's more their behavior. I have found suits, who are more attractive can be more mean.

But I really go on behavior.

thelostwhore

I'm no ordinary girl!

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Now, as somebody who worked as an escort for almost a decade, I have to say it's different for everyone. But the not so attractive ones tend to be... More humble, in a way. Some attractive dudes were cocky as hell. One instance I'll remember forever is the time one pretty handsome guy said something like 'You're lucky to be with me, any woman would want me.' Like, you hired a sex worker to be with you, when you could've gotten together with 'any other girl.'

Just pay the cashier...

When I was an escort, it didn't matter how they acted as long as they were respectful of me and they had my money. As long as they weren't violent I never cared. Ugly men pay more though and are most likely to be a nice regular. The goal of a good escort is to get a group of no nonsense regulars. My regulars kept me paid.

Reddit

It is what it is... keep your mind on the money...

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Yeah, that's the thing- reality tends to be a different from what people tend to imagine. As someone who has actually done it for four years, I can say with absolute certainty that the client's look don't matter one bit. I'm not there to "enjoy." I am not having sex as in enjoying intimacy. I am giving sex as someone who isn't me, concentrating 100% on the client and being on my guard all the time. What I care about is making money, as quickly and easily as possibly and keeping myself safe. If by "kind" you mean someone who respect me and my boundaries and acts like he should, that matters.

throawayhooker

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It’s weird how much stuff we let slide when we’re kids. Even if you look at the TV shows we watched back then, we had such a high threshold for the bizarre (early 2000’s Nickelodeon, anyone?). So it’s no surprise that some of us straight-up didn’t react when we saw weird crap in person.

Here are a few wild examples of seemingly harmless things we saw as kids that would be horrifying to see now. Brace yourself, this one gets crazy.



Kids and water aren’t a great mix sometimes. It can get real gross, real quick.

Not worth the tranquility.

I've always loved the tranquil feeling of being under water. When I was a kid I would just hold my breath and float around. Sometimes adults would think I was drowning and run up and scoop me out. I don't remember this (it was when I was pretty young) but my parents have told me about it

I used to think it was a funny story... people thinking I was drowning when I was just trying to relax

....until I watched a video explaining child drownings and yeah, the way I acted in water looked exactly like a drowned kid.

I don't think it's funny anymore.

Turboshot49cents

Uhhhhhh.....ew?

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Flood water. It was fun and games for the kids, and we even splashed around in it, much to the horror of our parents (who immediately scrubbed us down). We didn't understand then, but now, oh wow...sewer, insects, rats, parasites, etc.

MrFantasticallyNerdy

That’s actually hilarious.

My friend and I were walking along the road in about thigh high flood waters. A small boat with two men comes up to us. We were about 9 years old and I think they were National Guard. Anyway, one of the men asks if we remembered exactly where the manholes in the road were. We answered no. He told us that all of the covers had most likely been washed away in the flood but not to worry because it would probably only take them a few days to find our bodies if we were sucked down one of the holes by currents they produced. He spoke in a matter of fact tone and then left.

As an adult, I have zero doubt those two men had a good laugh as they looked back and watched us nope out of that water like two roadrunners in a cartoon.

Edit: It was Fish and Game Wardens. The NG didn't come until later.

Daykri3

Not to mention the crazy injuries that kids somehow are constantly surrounded by.

Had a jogger get hit by a car outside my house once when I was about eight or nine. My nephew came running inside yelling at my parents and my sister to call the ambulance because he was bleeding pretty badly.

I could even see him from our playrooms window and I wondered what he was doing lying on the grass. Turns out he was bleeding out pretty badly, deliriously yelling at my parents when they tried to help.

Eventually, an ambulance came and picked him up, but my parents always told me he made it out okay. The day after, in the spot he was found someone had put a lily in the grass in a vase.

It took me longer than I care to admit to figure out he died from the hit and run.

SixthUnderminer

How sharp were they, though?

A kid f*cking sharpened his fingers with an automatic pencil sharpener at grade 2. Everyone didn't know what was going on until the teacher started freaking out.

NubbishWood

I just remembered I tried to stick my finger into electric pencil sharpeners as a kid and disliked how my fingers were too big to fit in it. What the hell was I thinking?

BSPlanes

Rock climbing can definitely be dangerous.

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We did climbing in PE (sixth to eight grade). Like rock climbing and we had to do our own harness and stuff. PE teacher (supposedly) checked it after we were done to make sure it was done right. One day my neighbor broke an arm and leg because she wasn't properly strapped and fell.

This was at an international American school in Egypt around year 2000, for all those wondering what type of school does rock climbing.

Ashleywalz90

Kids are, in fact, made of elastic.

We used to jump of our roof. First time hurt a little, but after a few times you learnt how to land.

Did it regularly and would try various items as 'parachutes' to see if it slows you down any.

I look at that height now and wonder how the hell we never broke anything - kids bones are more elastic I guess.

Reapr

​It’s amazing what adults can get away with right under kids’ noses.

A casual hit-and-run.

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My babysitter was running late to take me to piano lessons and rear ended an old man at a stoplight. She told me that he must not have noticed because he didn't get out of his car. I thought nothing of it, and she drove away and took me to my piano lesson.

I forgot about it, and it didn't click until I remembered the incident years later that I had been unknowingly involved in a hit and run.

Idontknowwhattoput22

Big yikes.

Not so much something I saw - but when I was 5 or 6 I was at a family wedding, and there was this really friendly adult guy (who I didn't know) who told me he was really worried about his nice new car in the parking lot and how he wanted to check on the car but didn't want to leave the wedding.

He asked if I could go check on it and he would pay me $5 just to go see if his car was "okay" being that age $5 was a crazy amount of money so I couldn't believe my luck.

On the way to the parking lot, my mom intercepted me and was absolutely horrified, I remember not understanding why, like trying to tell her no she had it wrong he was nice and paying me! And as an adult now I'm like that's so messed up and I wonder how close a call that could have been.

DeclanAF

Go grandma!

Until the age of 12 my grandma had custody of me. I used to sleep with her and she slept with a baseball bat next to her bed. It wasn't until I was much older that I realized she did it dads friends wouldn't be able to do anything to me.

Dad was a drug addict and drunk and when he was out of prison he had all kinds of people in and out of the house. You would never know what would be missing the next day - often my Nintendo :(

She did everything she could to protect me from God knows who/what and I had zero clue!

Edit: Damn this blew up while I was sleeping!! Thank you so much to everyone for the support :)

Im adding extra details to help understand the situation.

My grandmother was born in 1914, had a third grade education and was a housewife her entire life. She was already 71 when I was born! My grandpa died when I was 4 and it was just her and I. We lived in a tiny 2 bedroom house in a terrible neighborhood. It was paid off and that's all she could afford. She lived off of the social security death benefits from my grandpa and food banks. She couldn't just "leave" and go anywhere else.

Also, for those suggesting she should have called the cops - cops don't do anything if you say "I'm scared these guys will do something bad" cops have to wait till something bad happens.

She did her very best and raised my right! Now my father is back in prison (shocker) and is pissed at me for not letting the past be in the past and welcoming him with open arms. Meanwhile I'm a 2x college graduate with a great job, my own house and recently married! She definitely did something right. Unfortunately she died when I was 12. Id give anything to be able to tell her how grateful I am to her for doing everything right.

LostLadyA


We see some scary stuff as kids. No wonder most of us are so messed up years later. Often these things don’t even register as something terrible- a lot of times, the things we witnessed were just a part of life.

The best we can do is to take our trauma, and learn from it, so we don’t pass it down to our own children. Because kids don’t deserve it- they deserve to have happy childhoods and not think about the horrors of the world.