Spending time with an escort is meant to be fun and stress-free. There are some things to remember when visiting with your escort that will help to ensure a positive experience for both of you. In addition to basic respect and common courtesy, you will make a much better impression on your escort if you refrain from putting him or her on the spot about certain issues, not asking for change and avoiding asking too many questions. Here are some suggestions of what not to do with an escort:
- Don’t ask the escort questions about his or her “real job.” Escorting is his or her “real job.” When you ask an escort about his or her “real job,” you are subtly suggesting that being an escort is a lowly or demeaning job that nobody would have as a full-time career. Keep in mind that escorting is what puts groceries into their fridge and keeps their bill collectors at bay.
- Don’t ask your escort if he or she is “clean.” Of course, he or she is clean! If you mean to ask if he or she is HIV/STD-free, clean is not the term you should use. Additionally, asking your escort if he or she is clean will not likely produce a truthful answer if he or she isn’t, anyways. You are responsible for your own health and safety, not your escort. Protect yourself and use a condom or other methods to preserve your health. Just think about what you stand to gain and lose.
- Don’t ask your escort if he or she is “really” a student, bisexual, butch, dominant or “only doing this for fun”. Even if that’s your fantasy, don’t ruin it by asking the escort to elaborate about it. He or she is being paid to be whatever you want them to be. Don’t ruin the illusion he or she is trying to act out for you.
- Don’t wear too much cologne or perfume. Many people who visit escorts are guilty of this; don’t apply more than you normally wear. Additionally, don’t spray cologne or perfume to your genital area. No escort wants to perform oral sex on you with a noseful of cologne or perfume.
- Don’t forget to tip. Even if you just tip with an extra $20 bill, the tip is always remembered and may ensure you even better service next time. Tipping the escort makes him or her feel even more valued for their time. Your experience may be even better next time if you’re a good tipper.
- Don’t ask for change. If your escort’s hourly rate is $250 and all you have are three hundreds, it’s very rude to ask for change. Come prepared with the correct bills, or be prepared to pay more than the agreed rate. Additionally, escorts rarely have smaller bills on them that could be used for change. (And, if they do, it’s usually to be used for cab fare to get home.)
- Don’t ask your escort how many dates he or she has had: today, last week, last month. This information is of no relevance for your current date here and now, and might even ruin the moment.