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    Is this common?

    Hi all...

    I know in the hobby, Providers don't give out their real name. However, are there real cases where the providers do give out their real names to their clients?

    What does that mean? Does that imply some level of trust? or some level in the relationship?

    I wondered because a couple of providers did gave me their real names. I don't know if they only give it to their best clients or what?

    Thanks for the feedback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Culeon
    Hi all...

    I know in the hobby, Providers don't give out their real name. However, are there real cases where the providers do give out their real names to their clients?

    What does that mean? Does that imply some level of trust? or some level in the relationship?

    I wondered because a couple of providers did gave me their real names. I don't know if they only give it to their best clients or what?

    Thanks for the feedback.
    Yes, there are cases where it is mandatory that the girl should disclose her real name. This is the case in Brazil. When you bring a guest to your hotel room (a pro or a non-pro) the girl in question should show her I.D. (the name of the girl is on your hotel note).

    But here in Montreal everything is different.

    Many scenarios are possible:

    1) You ask the real name of the girl and she replies : «Listen to me honey! I trust you, my real name is xyz»
    Watch out! This is a way to entice or lure, or even to get rid of you, because there is no way that you can be sure that she tells the truth.

    2) However, if the girl takes the initiative to give out her name, there are good chances that it's her real name. It implies trust and sometimes it can imply friendship.

    Habitually when a girl gives out her name, she also gives her private phone number (house or cell). It happened to me several time in Strip joints and with a few escorts. Some of them are still my friends today.
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    Some of my clients know my real name.
    I know of some SPs that use their real name. Most don't.

    Those that do are special to me, not necessairly my best clients in the sense of spending the most money on me, but ones who I trust and feel a special connection to. (You know who you are.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Culeon
    Hi all...

    I know in the hobby, Providers don't give out their real name. However, are there real cases where the providers do give out their real names to their clients?

    What does that mean? Does that imply some level of trust? or some level in the relationship?

    I wondered because a couple of providers did gave me their real names. I don't know if they only give it to their best clients or what?

    Thanks for the feedback.
    Yes, there are real cases where the SP would give her real name to a client. When you have seen the same girl multiple times it comes to a point where you are not only seeing for the sex part, but also because you are also building some kind of a "relationship", as a human being. You come to know the girl, she knows you, and more and more you start exchanging ideas going much further than the superficial subjects of a typical Client-SP relationship.

    When that happens, she will most likely tell you her real name, naturally, and you do the same. I would say it has to do with trust, but also - to some extent - friendship. And if you are a real nice guy and it clicks very well, that may happen on your first rendez-vous with her. Remember, those lovely women are human too

    Gentle

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    To go back to the original question, it is not common for escorts to give their real names, and especially not to a new client. Personally, my guess is that your SP liked and trusted you or else was simply very new and confused. You'd know better than us which was the case.

    The third escort I ever saw told me her first and last names and where she lived (not the address, just the name of the apartment complex). She was a McGill student and didn't like the idea of being an escort, and I think she was looking for ways to reassure herself that her heart wasn't in it. On the other hand, we did hit it off and no doubt that helped along the impulse.

    Unlike Oliver, I won't worry about the amoebae and so on, but it's good to remember that prostitution is an umpromising environment for starting any kind of long-term relationship. No doubt it can be done, but circumstances are against it and any hopes to the contrary will most likely end up dashed. Not that I know you have any such hopes -- but as long as the subject was around, that last thought had to be tacked on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Culeon
    Hi all...

    I know in the hobby, Providers don't give out their real name. However, are there real cases where the providers do give out their real names to their clients?

    What does that mean? Does that imply some level of trust? or some level in the relationship?

    I wondered because a couple of providers did gave me their real names. I don't know if they only give it to their best clients or what?

    Thanks for the feedback.
    SP have feeling too.
    If they feel confortable and safe with you, it's just a name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Man911
    SP have feeling too.
    If they feel confortable and safe with you, it's just a name.
    oh yeah? There are belief that your life was already set in motion in particular way the moment your name was given to you.

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    Why is it nessesary for theMP or SP to give their real name. If the client was malicious they could do a lot of dammage now or later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oliver kloseoff
    too many people on these boards seem paranoid--

    oliver
    Amen! Why does everything have to mean something? I often give away my name, so what? If I am going for dinner and drinks with a client, I get carded (I look too young apparently) and voila, my name. I actually prefer when my clients know my name, it allows me to be more ME.

    Melanie

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