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PleasureSales

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Re: Has this job made you lose interest in sex?
« Reply #15 on: 16 March 2021, 07:32:29 pm »
If anything, it makes me want them more and makes my sex life better because having regular sex for money raises my libido for enjoyable sex with my partner. I can separate so much that it doesnt even feel like I'm doing the same thing. Sex work makes me feel confident and strong and that reflects in my sex life with my partner of the time.
I feel the same way, GoneGirl. I usually have partner sex each morning because that's when I have free time, but my busy weeks working mean a healthy libido at home too.

My sex work, confidence, health, and mood go together and my work keeps me balanced and normally I don't really think about it. On the other hand, if I need to go more than a 2-3 days without working enough (thank you, coronavirus), I feel it. I'm less happy, don't sleep as well, and can get moody. My partner knows it and has joked when I miss work.

Jessiegirl

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Re: Has this job made you lose interest in sex?
« Reply #16 on: 18 March 2021, 07:39:02 am »
I have some great sex with a lot of my clients and love the fact i get paid well for it too. I find an orgasm or two really sets me up for the day and even when I've had the off day it would cheer me up.

I'm in my twentiies so maybe might not feel the same if im still doing this a few years down the line and settled down.

Schwiftysquancher91

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Re: Has this job made you lose interest in sex?
« Reply #17 on: 18 March 2021, 11:05:26 am »
I am open about my job with potential partners and sometimes I get asked the question

'How are you still interested in wanting sex outside of your work?'  ::)

I've got a personal shopper who asked this and I said to them that when they buy trainers for a client you still enjoy buying these shoes but you don't take them home with you, it might not be the kind of style you would pick out for yourself but you know about what kinds of shoes suit certain clients, you can be totally open minded, its interesting and varied and you probably pick up a few styles you may not have considered. When you buy shoes for yourself its something solely based on what you want at that given time and they are yours to take home with you. In other words, just because you buy shoes for clients doesn't mean you stop buying them for yourself.

It was the only analogy I could think to tell him! I know sex work isn't a tangible item but I think the point still rings true in regards to the work element.
« Last Edit: 18 March 2021, 11:09:18 am by Schwiftysquancher91 »
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