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SomethingNew

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Re: Reasons not to be an escort
« Reply #135 on: 09 March 2020, 09:43:52 am »
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Re: Reasons not to be an escort
« Reply #136 on: 21 March 2020, 02:21:42 pm »
I went through a phase of very openly telling friends about what I do because I was struggling so much with the double life and feelings of isolation and lack of connection that I was experiencing. I guess I was craving acceptance.

Nobody acted horrified, though I'm aware that things were said behind my back but the result that did come as more of a surprise was how many people expected me to set them up in business and although I did happily help a couple of friends, I rapidly realised that they expected me to do everything for them, as though they were entitled to a slice of all of the "money" they were convinced that I was making.

I had a string of people who seemed to latch on to me and time after time it became apparent that their motivation was to see what they could get from me.

Both from males and females, I made myself a bit of a target by sharing what I do openly. I found that people could get very jealous as they perceive that WG's are earning tonnes of money without having to "work" for it.

I've since relocated and have decided to keep it to myself in this new area. I'm past the stage of feeling that anyone has a right to know my business. A lesson learnt.

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Re: Reasons not to be an escort
« Reply #137 on: 19 April 2020, 12:48:05 pm »
I went through a phase of very openly telling friends about what I do because I was struggling so much with the double life and feelings of isolation and lack of connection that I was experiencing. I guess I was craving acceptance.

Nobody acted horrified, though I'm aware that things were said behind my back but the result that did come as more of a surprise was how many people expected me to set them up in business and although I did happily help a couple of friends, I rapidly realised that they expected me to do everything for them, as though they were entitled to a slice of all of the "money" they were convinced that I was making.

I had a string of people who seemed to latch on to me and time after time it became apparent that their motivation was to see what they could get from me.

Both from males and females, I made myself a bit of a target by sharing what I do openly. I found that people could get very jealous as they perceive that WG's are earning tonnes of money without having to "work" for it.

I've since relocated and have decided to keep it to myself in this new area. I'm past the stage of feeling that anyone has a right to know my business. A lesson learnt.

I've also made this mistake in the past. I was too open about my life, and people used it against me. They also expected me to pay for alot of stuff, which frustrated me. I had one friend who was behind on her payments for our holiday, and she kept asking me to cover it because I have 'tonnes of money.' I don't think I've ever had tonnes of money... ::)

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Re: Reasons not to be an escort
« Reply #138 on: 21 May 2020, 11:24:17 pm »
You realise that fundamentally, men are fucking idiots. The more intelligent they are, the more likely they get lost on a two minute walk. They also think what you do is a hobby and that you're horny for cock 24/7. Seriously. Jesus wept

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Re: Reasons not to be an escort
« Reply #139 on: 22 May 2020, 04:04:54 am »
Yes men rarely see that we are running this as a legitimate business.  They think it is something we merely dabble in and we want sex 24/7.