The unnamed man opened up about his unique profession, discussing how he got into it, his weirdest experiences and even sharing how much money he makes a month. Despite what you may think of his job, the man claims he is living the dream - having sex on balconies, staying in luxury villas in the Maldives and taking part in four-hour bondage sessions.
Speaking to LADbible, the escort explained how his reputation as a "ladies' man" inspired him to give his job a go. I put my picture and bio online and two weeks later had my first client. Since then he's gone on to meet around different women, having sex with about of them. The reason for the difference in these two numbers? Because his job isn't actually all about sex. He goes on to reveal how many of his "regulars" simply enjoy his company and will whisk him away to visit some of the most exciting places - including helicopter rides over the Grand Canyon and dinners in Michelin star restaurants, which makes him feel like a "movie star".
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On top of this, he also has a "regular job" that he's paid for - which also stops his friends and family from finding out about his double life. Women contact the escort through the website Gentlemen4hire and they exchange messages and swap photos, discussing what they plan to do during the meet up.
She wanted a 50 Shades of Grey experience in her office.
That was really fun," he said. He admitted: "One guy got in touch with me and said he wanted me to have sex with his wife while he sniffed my shoes and my feet. He insisted quite a few times but at the end I had to block him because I wasn't really into it. And the worst part of doing what he does?
Realising that someone wants more than he is able to give them. He claims women often become attached to him and offer extravagant gifts such as cars in order to get him to quit the business and become their boyfriend. He added: "I will do it for as long as I enjoy it, once I find it boring and it loses excitement I will quit. Where I'm from, in America, there are a lot of Christian fundamentalists who would label you "bizarre" for being an escort.
What would you say to the people who make those kinds of moral judgments about you? I am very spiritual, believe it or not. But I don't buy the dogma. I keep it simple. The universe has laws. It's always expanding, growing; everything is in a constant state of change. It must love all things equally if it created everything and creation is done out of love. I don't think you can create from hate. Do you feel society stigmatizes you, as a male escort, less than it does your female counterparts?
Oh, trust me, I still take flak—and occasional death threats. But it's much easier for males in my line of work. But among the bisexual guys I've dated, many have said they would never date a woman who did what I do, yet they'll date me. When they explain, it comes to down to general sexism. You've compared being a sex worker to a psychologist. What have you learned about the human psyche from your clients?
As a gay escort, learning how many people believe that "fitting in" is more important than personal happiness is the biggest eye opener. Many of my clients have a lot of repressed feelings and desires—and not only older clients. I'm still amazed how many young 18—year-old clients still feel they "have to" get married and yet don't want to.
It's also quite evident how nationality and race affects those beliefs.
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Then there's a lot of clients who bring up early sexual experiences they need to relive and express feelings they've never talked about with anyone. Do you feel you've helped any of these people in some deeper way? With a client in New York I met weekly over a few months, the effect the experience had on him—he was questioning everything, and he told me on our last meeting how his life had changed because of our time. He was happier. Family life, business, everything got better.
He said he felt like he dealt with things that were beneath the surface. I've had lots of experiences like that, and those are the best in my opinion. You're campaigning to promote the legitimacy of sex work in the hopes it will lessen its stigma.
What change do you want to see? It's about creating a safer environment.
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If no one talks about sex work publicly, it could continue to go deeper underground, which will only make it more dangerous for people forced into sex work against their will. It's about recognizing that some of us are business people yet others aren't in it by choice—and they shouldn't be ignored. Which brings us to the charity you work with: The National Ugly Mugs scheme. What to they do? Vronski grants the request, goes in with him.
The woman wants to die. Vronski steps out of the room while the old man smothers her.
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A mercy killing. It happens offscreen, as the movie saves the brutal, splattery stuff for us.
Vronski has a pregnant wife and they live on a houseboat, Kapellian is a drunk and his wife is unhappy, stuff like that. Lots of innocent folk die in a hail of bullets. Vronski furrows his brow. A couple dozen other characters follow suit. Give them some Oil of Olay. Who are all these people? The psycho bad guy who rips the clothes off the wife of a compromised cop and threatens to rape her?
He has a mottled eye and looks like someone melted Kevin Bacon a little, so I remember him. And yet here I am, propping my eyelids open with toothpicks. I forget which ones. Rogue City is not as good as The Departed. Performance Worth Watching: That guy.
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You know. The one who looks like his will to live has been pecked to death by pigeons. That one.