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She's sick of the perception that "we're either dirty junkies or posh courtesans". The term 'female escort' no doubt conjures up an image which swings between two extremes. On the one hand, perception may be influenced by factors such as the fierce debate about the legality of prostitution, the links to drug use, poverty, violence and organised crime. Conversely, images of the supposed 'wealth and glamour' of a high-end escort's life might also shape what you think of the sex industry.
Even films play their part. What's evident is that it's not always straightforward what drives a woman to become a sex worker, or what life is like on a day-to-day basis. Few people probably take Pretty Woman to be the gospel, so what's it actually like? One female escort has answered the above in a conversation on Reddit which is as candid, if not always easy reading. After admitting she suffered from a nervous breakdown, which caused her to leave the industry for nine months, she explained she was back in Sydney, touring interstate and planned to retire in June to start a Master's degree.
The hours, she explained, varied, with Christmas being notoriously quiet as people presumably abstain while they spend time at home. If I'm alone with one dude I stand a chance of beating him in a fight should things get ugly.
Two dudes, I have no chance and long bookings out of the city. She also revealed she refused to engage with Irish men as a rule, though did not go into much more detail than that. Mostly white collar workers between the ages of 40 to 60, the woman revealed her clients were, by and large, "Caucasian, Indian and Asian than other races.
I'm happy with this, because these guys are well mannered and really generous. Of the married men among these, she said habitually between 7am and 8am were the best times to meet. Understandably, people wanted to know what she did or how she felt when she found a client unattractive.