By Teenagegirl - 26/03/2012 04:11 - Canada - Sherwood Park
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If one was to become a call girl and was able to stay clean of drugs and STDs, then I see no problem with it. Society has just put a stigma on pleasure that needs to be removed. For example, some girls openly admit to enjoying sex and having lots of it but are frowned upon and called a slut. Sex is a beautiful thing. Why do we have to frown upon something that is so natural and great?
89, It's not the best profession simply because of the treatment of the workers, the lack of regulation, legal standing, as well as the health risk. Not that I think people shouldn't do it if they feel it's what they want to do, but that would be a reason as to why it wouldn't be a first choice in career paths.
It's also legal in Navada. And to answer questions, you can rule out a lot of nasty types by emailing, by setting up your own website where you state your terms, by offering a high quality experience and gently explaining you need to stay in the "drivers" seat, by charging what your time is worth, and by following your instincts. Good men pay for sexual experiences too, so knowing you don't have to put up with losers helps a woman weed them out.
Your mother told you this? Seriously? Glad to see she has your best interests at heart. :p FYL, OP. Really, that's sad. :(
61- I'd appreciate my parents thinking about my financial future too, but I'd hope pimping my own ass wasn't my only or best option to make any money for a living! ;) When I was a teen, my dad sat me down with college courses being offered in my field of interest, and the topic of "if all else fails, bend over or blow it" never really came up. ;) Bleh. (Okay, if some damn fool walks up to me with a suitcase full of money, maybe we'd talk, but since that hasn't happened yet......)
Not the best advice to give anyone, but it sounds like she just wants to make sure you have a secure future haha