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I just had someone ask me tonight how many men I've been with. I would never lie about the number ... that's not even an option, and I do kinda feel that if someone is going to be with me they kind of have a right to know my sexual history ... but I kind of felt odd telling him ... not sure exactly why. Would it be out of line to not tell him? Thoughts?

 

Mike

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Just say what I say....um.... I dunno?

I honestly have no idea, and couldn't even fathom a guess. But what I can say is that I've been safe and take good care of myself.

If the reason they are asking is because of fear of STDs or worse, well, it only takes one slip up to expose yourself. Play safe and stay healthy. Easy.

 

enough preaching.

Matt

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Guest Nice Guy

Excuse me for imposing, since I am not an escort. But that is like counting the legos in a bucket...do you really want to find out if there are 400 or 399. Matt's point is well taken, if there is a POINT to the question, fine... but if it's just for the sake of "excitment" for get it. That is like asking a "John" how many escorts he has been with. Ohmygod, don't you even think about it Mister!:)

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Numbers

 

I'm not an escort and therefore don't have the right to give advice. As a client, though, I think there is only one legitimate reason to ask such a question, and it has to do with health/safety issues. Otherwise, it's probably an awkward way to warm up the conversation. Nobody asks a shrink how many other neurotics she listens to; nobody asks an interior decorator how many other living rooms he's tarted up; nobody even asks a masseur how many bodies he's rubbed. So it's really a non-question and I think it's fully polite as well as self-protecting merely to respond with something like, "Enough to know what I'm doing."

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RE: Numbers

 

I've noticed that when I get my HIV test (as I hope we all do regularly) and they ask me how many sexual partners I've had, I have a tendency to exagerate. I know I'm doing it, but I really can't resist it. And your clients might not like, for various reasons, a really large number. So, I guess that I agree with those who are for a flattering but vague answer. However, I did have a lot of clients who really thought that we are sexual supergods or something and were relieved to hear that I really didn't do more than about five a week. And there were those who were working around to asking if they were my first client that particular day, wondering why I needed foreplay instead of having the instant and forever erection that is mentioned in reviews of several different escorts on this site. But still, I think that Blanche (Golden Girls) probably had a divine answer to this that I just can't remember.

Man: Madame, I want to make love to you in the worst way possible.

Madame: I think that that would be standing up in a hammock.

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Guest Aaron Lawrence

Hiya,

 

Having been with a lot (and that's a LOT, not just a lot) of men, both in and outside of my work, I too feel kinda funny answering that question. So when someone asks me the question, I respond that I'd be happy to tell them the answer, but they should know that it is a high number, and that if I tell them they have to be able to deal with what they learn. In that manner I require the client to be nonjudgmental about the issue. Most say they'll be fine with it, and if they do have a problem they don't bring it up.

 

If you're still feeling funny about it, I'd suspect that it's you who are not comfortable with the issue, rather than you being worried that someone else would feel awkward. In that case, why not simply decline to answer with a number, but instead say "a lot."

 

--Aaron (back from Europe!)

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RE: Other inappropriate questions

 

LAST EDITED ON Oct-01-00 AT 12:19PM (EST)[p]Yes, the number of partners question is inappropriate. It's similarly as offensive as an unknowing escort asking how much money we make, how much our cars cost, etc. I ESPECIALLY appreciate being asked the ones like, "Why are you fat?" Yeah, those guys get the really big tips . . .

 

While the escorts more likely to ask the offensive questions I suggested probably aren't the ones likely to read this thread, there are obviously many uninformed clients who should recognize your point and make changes in their behavior.

 

Your point is well made.

 

p.s. I guess we shouldn't even try to ponder, "Is THAT what you're calling 9 inches?????" No, let's not even go there!! (smile)

 

p.s.s. By the way, JustMike, were you implying a concern that St. Peter might be more concerned about you lying to a client than about the negotiations you made to lie with one? Though I'm not being judgemental (buying is probably worse than selling), it is an interesting point to consider.

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RE: Other inappropriate questions

 

There are some religions, even some Christian ones I think, where escorting is not necessarily a nono. This usually comes with strings attached, such as none of the people involved can be in a closed relationship with someone who would be hurt if this were discovered. Paul says something in Romans about what is a sin for one person might not be a sin for another, but it would be a sin for the other to tempt the first one into sinning.

OTOH, I know of no religion where lying to obtain an unfair advantage is not a sin.

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