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View Full Version : Have you ever been to a prostitute? Send questions for Cecil Adams to: cecil straightdope. Your direct line to thousands of the smartest, hippest people on the planet, plus a few total dipsticks. I never have, and I'm just idly curious. Was it good? Worth the money? Would you do it again, or do you go on a regular basis?
Anything you'd care to relate about the experience -- why you went, how you found her or him , how much you paid, how it felt physically or emotionally , what you learned, how often you've been, etc. Nope, I've never been to a prostitute, or for that matter, hired myself out as one. I do, however, believe that prostitution should be legal, regulated, and taxed. Anyone got the link to Ask the guy who used to frequent prostitutes? SSG Schwartz. Never, not even once.
And by that I mean in the US. I regret it. Prostitution is a nasty business and a gentleman does not support it. I have to admit I don't understand the appeal of prostitutes unless you're really desperate like possibly a solider or sailor might be. Some guys think they're the bomb, but most of the ones I've seen seem slightly skanky and very unerotic. Maybe the bigger ticket ones are nice, but I don't think I could bring myself to pay as much for a blowjob as for a new notebook computer, plus I can't see getting "into it" emotionally with a professional sex worker Normal women with baked goods are far sexier.
I don't recall how I stumbled on these sites, but they answer some of your questions and they are an intriguing read. Creepy as hell at times, but intriguing. Maybe the bigger ticket ones are nice, but I don't think I could bring myself to pay as much for a blowjob as for a new notebook computerNot that I ever planned to visit a prostitute, but that was always my thought on it as well.
It certainly can be and often is, but in my experience that's usually a consequence of being a black market enterprise. Abuse is abuse and should never be tolerated, supported or enabled.