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THE ESCORT EXPERIENCE: Part II to Becoming an Escort.


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Guest Jason Reardone

On todays show, Jason Reardone explains his most personal secrets, indulging experiences and home remedies for that recurring rash! (not really) Apologizing for the length.

 

Alas, against the advice of my English teacher and my Shrink, here is Part II:(see Part I in the Message Center list of topics)

 

So now you have an inside look, fundamentally at least, at why one small town country boy became an escort. The dynamics that make up the secondary portion of this equation are, to me, a bit more predictable. Unfortunately there are many of us that consider ourselves "relationship experts" if not in terms then in experience at the very least. Finding that special someone and keeping him, on our rules, on our terms and frankly on our property can be challenging if not impossible. The uncertain ladder of progression mapped out by our Gay for-fathers (or sisters as the case may be) has many gaps. Gaps gladly filled with any hint of friendship, kindness or sovereignty often left vacant after the honeymoon is over.

 

Many times that first date is so special. Even the second and third can be out of this world. I've often felt that "if it could just be like this, new, different and special!" Being able to be that if even for a short amount of time has a certain amount of satisfaction to me. The chance to experience that "first date" and the ability to offer that to someone can be remarkable.

 

I have to pause for a second to address the howlers in the back row! They are saying "GET A LIFE PAL". And maybe this has some merit. Are we taking this entire thing way to seriously? Perhaps. Would either of us lose our ability to interact, socialize or communicate sexually with other people if not for the "escort experience"? Prob'ly not. Would I lose my sense of validation and become sexually and socially inept? Most definitely not. However, to say that the entire experience from fore-thought to wet rag, has nothing to do with our "normal" world, our daily exchanges with others or our ability to deal with stress is nothing short of denial. I've spoken to several that trivialize the entire experience, even the profession itself. These people are happy in their lives and see escorts as entertainment and pleasure provoking tools beckoned to fill whatever superficial need arises. To this I say "RIGHT ON! WHAT TIME AND WHERE?" But for many others, myself included it is different.

Years ago, for me, hiring an escort enabled the overflow of sexual expression needed to preserve the most important thing in the world to me, my partner of 4yrs. Without the parameters and confines of the escort experience the alternative could have brought a lot more home than discontent. So this in a sense helped make our relationship better, it brought us closer in many ways and we learned to trust and let go of many insecurities that plagued us in the beginning. Yes we still broke up, but the opportunity to have the level of trust, friendship, companionship and love that we had for that long doesn't come too often. I wish every working guy could read the emails that I get everyday. It sounds poetic and cliché but honestly I HAVE THE BEST CLIENTS! I get emails detailing the reasons for my visit and let me just say they are significant at times. If you haven't read the Jason Reardone Message Center lately then please click to http://www.jasonreardonemessagecenter.cjb.net and you'll know exactly what I mean. Some of the stories are heart breaking and touching.

 

So I figure I could be shallow and superficial (some would say that is called "realistic") about the escorting experience. But looking into the experience is much more fulfilling: passing the Frontiers advertisement, passing the late night phone calls, passing over the "parking lot" on the 405, passing over the 'late night run to the ATM machine', passing the last minute dry run through the house picking up the cat toys before the "trick" gets there and passing over the routine "Sorry I'm late I'll be there in 15 minutes" phone call.

 

Like anything else the life can be great if you make it. Personally I have had a tremendously hard life until recently and for those that say "GET A LIFE, PAL" I say, this one is fine for now. I'm able to provide for someone who otherwise would be at a severe disadvantage in life. I travel, experience the world, enjoy the earth and write nonsensical verbage for an audience that recognizes a Nobel Prize winner when they see it. (This just in…..Jason Reardone's race to win the Nobel Prize has landed him in Last Place just behind the fictitious Forrest Gump…….Earlier today in Nicaragua….) <Jason, skipping away with trick bag in hand, well not a queeny skip, more like a butch dyke-like skip, sort of like WWF-type skipping> <whistling "Someday my prince will cum!", not like a queeny, girlie whistle but more like a Nat King Cole kinda-whistle>

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Guest LAbuyer

That was a great post Jason! Not that I agree with all of it, but it was very interesting and thought provoking.....oh yeh, and fun! I'm in L.A. and would love to get together with you sometime. The FIRST thing I would want you to do when you got to my place is NOT take off your shirt, NOT kiss you , but have you show me what a butch/dyke skip looks like! lol

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Guest cp8036

We probably wouldn't have the need for this site if those in the industry had your level of character and intelligence. Not many escorts or clients seem to have your positive outlook.

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Why did this installment receive fewer views and responses than Part I? It's hard to say, but I can speculate. First, this thread has been up for a shorter period of time. I'm sure that the first installment didn't accumulate all of its views in the first day or two. Second, the first installment received better word of mouth by being mentioned in other threads, as well as being listed in the Features section. Third, a couple of other threads on the board have been garnering a lot of attention the past few days, which could explain why there have been fewer responses. Fourth, as often happens here, not all of the responses to Part I actually had anything to do with the first installment. At least the responses to Part II have thus far remained on topic.

 

It's certainly not because Part II is any less insightful or poignant. If anything, it delves much deeper into why you do what you do. I think in many respects it is more personal than the first installment, which may explain the lack of responses. I think often times we don't know how to react to information like this. However, that is not to say that I (we) did not appreciate learning about this side of you, because I certainly know that I did. Just as I appreciated the fact that you felt comfortable enough with me to have shared some of these thoughts with me in a more personal setting -- several weeks before they were posted here.

 

No, I think that the lack of responses may have something to do with how we listen and react to someone when they share something truly personal about themselves. I know that in situations such as these I tend to let my body langauge speak for me when mere words fail. Because I believe that a good listener -- listens not only with his ears but also with his entire face and body. So had you been able to read our facial expressions and body language as we read this post, you most likely would have seen the admiration and the appreciation that we (or at least I) felt when you shared these thoughts with us. You would have seen the nodding of our heads and felt us squeezing your shoulder affectionately as you shared these very personal insights. We just failed to realize (that give the nature of this forum) you couldn't read our body language and judge how intently we were listening to what you had to say.

 

So don't think of abandoning these types of posts because your input would be sorely missed. And as I've told you privately in the past, it was posts like these that made you seek you out in the first place.

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