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If a client hires an escort for an all night engagement, absent a firm understanding of what to expect, is it reasonable to expect that there will be "activity" during the evening and upon awakening, as well? I typically engage an escort for an allnighter when I travel and am not one of those guys who wakes up a number of times during the night and jumps on the escort every time I wake up. There is always some hot activity before going to sleep, but I've experienced a distinct difference among escorts in what happens upon awakening. Some initiate a "round 2" and others just hop out of bed and hit the shower. Is there any "standard" or protocol here? Thanks for your observations.

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I don't know that there's a standard, but every overnighter I've had - except one where nothing happened, but that's another story-has included festivities in both the PM and the AM. I am generally hornier in the morning than the evening, go figure.

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It depends on how sexy both the escort and john are? I remember a situation in Hollywood way back when (60's). I met an escort thumbing a ride on Sunset and Highland. He was from Texas and was tall, good looking, and hung. I asked what he charged for an overnight and he said nothing if I would also blow his uncle? We went to his apartment and met the uncle. He was an older man with a smelly foreskin. We all crawled into bed and the escort was the best sex I ever had. Anyway, I couldn't sleep at all that night so turned on by the sexy escort. The uncle kept guard during the night by pushing my hand away from the escort's huge cock while he was sleeping. The next morning the escort had a rip roaring and wanted me to blow him. The uncle stopped him and reminded him that they had to go to a pool party at Rock Hudson's home that afternoon. So much for free overnighters.

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One of the latest issues of Vanity Fair has a wonderful article about Rock Hudson with comparisons of so many of his onscreen personas as that of his character trying to hide the real him, much they way he lived his life.

 

But one of the things I thought was amusing was that he had a gold-plated bottle for his poppers with his initials engraved.

 

It's a sweet article and does not put him down at all - in fact, it somewhat canonizes him as being a great romantic comedy actor and puts he and his Doris Day movies above the legendary Tracy/Hepburn movies. If you get a chance, read it.

 

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RE: Rock Hudson

 

Getting back to the subject, the few times I've hired for an overnight, it's twice before bed (once before dinner and once after), once during the night, and at least once (if not more) upon waking up. But, then again, that's just me, the Frugal Gourmet.

 

Later.

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>What month Vanity Fair? I can't

>find it. Thanks.

 

I think it's last month's...not the current issue. When I get back to America, I'll let you know which issue it is. Vanity Fair is always a good read, but I really like this one.

 

By the way, I know Jim Nabors, Rick. There is proably not a nicer man than him. I know you didn't mean anything cruel about your cute comment. I just wanted to let folks know that Jim is a really GOOD guy.

 

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So what does that mean? I knew there had to be some reason Rock Hudson (a dreamboat) would be so "close" to Nabors (a goofball). So, how big is it supposed to be????

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>Found it. The April 2000 issue

>of Vanity Fair. Thanks.

 

Lemme know what you think of it. I cried for Rock, especially when he finally showed up for the fluffy Doris Day press conference about pets after the media had written him off, then were in shock at how he looked...It was a moving article and interestingly A&E ran many of the Rock/Doris movies after it came out and it was interesting looking at them from the perspective as pointed out by VF.

 

That's just my sentimental take on it all. I was never a fan but he was gorgeous. He became the disaster model for AIDS and I'm sure it tore his guts out.

 

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I do not know if Rock & Jim were close, but I can attest for a fact, Jim Nabors is NOT a goofball.

 

He played one on TV, but he is a genuine, fine, intellegent, interesting human being. And he made a lot of money playing a goofball - but a goofball he is not, nor has he ever been.

 

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RE: Rock Hudson

 

For Escort or Client bottoms I imagine that preparations for sex, dousching, may not be part of one's normal morning routine of snuggling, oral sex and handjob, showering, breakfast and morning paper. Therefore getting fucked at dawn may be a bit of a disruptive pain in the ass.

 

Traveller has it mostly right. Definetly sex before and after Dinner and sexual ACTIVITY, if not intercourse, after the wake-up call. But bottoming in the morning just CAN'T be fun? I may be wrong 'cuz I WOULDN'T KNOW! :-)

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RE: Rock Hudson

 

Hoo:

A whole bunch of thoughts about the VF article.

 

1) It's interesting to be reminded that both Rock and Doris were such total inventions of the Hollywood Dream Machine. What does it say about us that we create aspirational role models who are complete illusions? To paraphrase Gertrude Stein, "there is no there, there." (Actually, this quote is mis-attributed to her. She was not, as many believe, describing Oakland as a whole, but to her actual home that had been torn down. Thus, no "there" there. But I digress.)

 

2) I have always liked the Rock/Doris movies and thought them undervalued. People often say they are sex-less. But I think just the opposite is true. They are all about sex, in ways that most movies aren't. Sex is the only topic. And gender/role confusion is an inherent part of the formula. Give them another 20 years and they will be viewed as Restoration Comedy. My favorite of this era, though, is "The Thill of it All" with James Garner. Written by Carl Reiner, it's a terrific parody of TV/advertising of its day. Rent it sometime.

 

3) I'm always sorry that Doris Day turned down the role of Mrs. Robinson in "The Graduate". (She was the first choice of Mike Nichols.) Ultimately, she chose to cling to her image rather than to her acting talent. There are moments in "Love Me Or Leave Me" - the Ruth Etting bio-pic - where she shows some of the true grit and drive that was part of her own personality. It's a shame she never went the Actors' Studio route which could have harnessed more of her dramatic talent. A missed opportunity on her part.

 

4) I'd be interested to know more about Henry Wilson, the talent scout who discovered and christened Rock. He also found Tab Hunter, Troy Donahue, and Guy Madison. In fact, he should have juggled screen names and called one creation, "Guy Hunter", which would have been a more accurate description of his own life I suspect. My favorite of the bunch, by the way, is Guy Madison. Possibly the best looking guy ever to hit the screen, in my own wildly-subjective opinion. Bad actor, but who cares. (Film trivia: When Troy Donahue appears in "Godfather 2", his character is named "Merle", which was Troy's real name.)

 

5) Probably the pivotal ironic scene in the Day/Hudson works is the scene at the bar in "Pillow Talk" when Rock pretends to be gay. This is an almost "Victor/Victoria" moment with a gay man playing a straight man playing a gay man. Did Rock think this was a huge joke or was it a humiliation? Nonetheless, it's an amazing bit of sub-text.

 

Okay, okay. I've been much too verbose. And not even as literate as Skeptic. As always, thanks Hoo for your efforts on the site.

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Gr8guy,

 

There is much too much in your excellent analysis for me to respond to.

 

However, this: >>>Probably the pivotal ironic scene in the Day/Hudson works is the scene at the bar in "Pillow Talk" when Rock pretends to be gay. This is an almost "Victor/Victoria" moment with a gay man playing a straight man playing a gay man. Did Rock think this was a huge joke or was it a humiliation?<<<<

 

I really think that was the crux of the article.

 

My own opinion - I think he thought it was a hoot. But it's only conjecture. After all, here is a man who had a gold-plated popper bottle.

 

I recently had the opportunity to speak with Tony Randall about his take on all of this, but my other choice was to talk to Jerrod Emmick and I chose to spend my time with Jerrod.

 

I am not implying that Jerrod is gay ( I don’t think he is) , it's just that I was in the mood to hang out with Jerrod rather than Tony, because I rather doubt Mr. Randall would have tolerated my foolishment for a moment.

 

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