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    The Brutally Honest Life Of A Professional Montreal Escort? Interesting or not ?

    Hello all

    http://www.mtlblog.com/2016/01/the-b...treal-escort/#

    I’ve always been fascinated with people who break norms and live unordinary lives. In my past, I have been trying to find a woman willing to open up about what it really means to be an escort. All my attempts have been unsuccessful until a few weeks ago, when a girl approached me at a party, stating that she’s read my articles and wanted me to write something about her life as an “ex-hooker” (her exact words). I thought to myself, “Wow, bingo!”

    She preferred to stay anonymous and I kindly agreed to keep her identity confidential. I still don’t fully understand what made this woman trust me enough to share her secret, but I’m very pleased with the outcome of this unusual experience. You might wonder why would she want me to write this post? I asked her the same exact question and she answered, “Maybe, somehow, this can help other girls going through similar things in life…” I was sold at this point and couldn’t wait to start our interview.

    How did you get into this business?

    I started thinking about it as soon as I turned 18, probably even before that, but never really had the guts to do it. After being in an abusive relationship, I was kind of done with everything and just wanted to make fast money. I found a nice looking ad on Craigslist (as nice as it gets to be honest), and I called the number mentioned. The next day, I passed by their incall place, met with the boss and one of the escorts and two days after I was working.

    How much money do escorts make?

    It actually depends on a lot of different factors. The time a girl is willing to spend working is obviously a huge factor (I was working three days a week, some girls would work six), as well as the girl’s looks. Being an escort is mostly about bringing fantasy into the client’s life, so if a certain girl fits the ”ideal” fantasy, chances are she won’t get refused, and therefore will make money. It’s superficial in the way that if a girl is on the bigger side or has tattoos or coloured hair, the client might ask to get another girl. I was refused for being a brunette because the client wanted a blonde. It happens.

    With an agency, you’ll probably make around 100$ an hour (if you are promised a lot more, it’s probably a scam). I used to make around 500$ a night, but could’ve made a lot more.
    Did you ever get any weird clients who didn’t want to have sex, but just wanted to cuddle and cry or something?

    I’ve personally never had clients who didn’t want any form of sexual encounter. I’ve heard of other girls who had clients that just wanted to talk and smoke a joint or have a drink. In my experience, older men usually only asked for light intercourse (i.e massage, handjobs, etc.).

    What’s your average demographic like? Describe a typical client.

    A typical client is a businessman who wants a quick bang (sorry for the expression) before going back home to his regular life. Like I said, we’re a fantasy, a distraction. Men have told me that they wished they could stay longer but their wife was waiting at home. Those men usually make it quick. It really varies though, which actually surprised me. My first client was a 21 year old virgin, and I’ve had men who could’ve been my grand-father. All races, all ages and all lifestyles. Sex is sex, sex is pleasurable.

    What made you stop being an escort?

    I kind of started feeling uncomfortable with myself. I started doubting my self-worth and self-respect. I also started going out more since summer had started and the more I met people, the more I felt like shit about my job. Yes, I could afford 500$ shoes and I could afford to eat at restaurants everyday and go shopping bi-weekly, but was it worth the way I felt when I took my sixth shower in a night? No, it wasn’t. That’s mainly what made me stop. The way I saw myself changed. I remember the last two nights I worked I started crying during the act and had to ask the client to leave.

    Did your family and/or friends ever find out about your occupation?

    All in all, only 4 friends (and now you) know about that part of my life. I never told my parents, and probably never will. But I can’t say I was never scared of people finding out. You never know who’s on the other side of the door. You never know who you’ll see walk into that hotel. It was scary.

    Have you ever had feelings or felt attached to a client?

    I love that you ask that question, because I wanted to tell you about it! He was my last client one night, I would’ve stayed with him all night if it were possible. I went to his condo around 3 am, he opened the door and it was like love at first sight. Thirty, handsome, successful and a complete gentleman. We spoke about 30 mins before him telling me he was going to waste his money if we didn’t head to the bedroom. The sex was amazing! When the hour was over, I didn’t want to leave. He was so well-spoken, so wise and smart. We exchanged numbers, and we saw eachother soon after that. We watched Jeopardy before going to sleep and breakfast was ready when I woke up. I was happy. He eventually got insecure about the job I had. It’s totally normal, I screwed it up. I hope he gets his hands on this article, sometimes I miss him. I stopped working not too long after we broke things off.

    What’s the worst/scariest part about this business? Also, describe your best experience.

    I think the scariest part about the business is that you never know who and how your next client is going to be. Once, I got sent to this guy’s house in Île-des-Soeurs for four hours. When I got there, I didn’t know that our ”dispatcher” (feels so weird calling her that. She takes the calls and texts, often making the client believe she is the escort so it’s more personal) had agreed to do cocaine with the client and eventually put a strap-on on and, well, fuck him. I was pretty surprised when he told me about his plan for the next four hours. I politely declined, and left. That was probably my weirdest experience.

    As for my best experience, I don’t think there ever was a client who I can deem as my best moment, but I became very close with the manager of the agency. We became friends. He was also the driver of the agency while I was there, and I always wanted to hang out with him while I wasn’t with a client. I felt like he was the only person treating me like a human being at that time. We went to eat at this chinese restaurant on Ste-Catherine a couple times, he took care of my well-being. I grew pretty fond of him. When I quit he told me it was best for me, that I didn’t seem happy with myself anymore. It secured my choice.

    Would you ever get back into it?

    I’ve thought about it. I could just turn my switch off again and go do it for the money, but I don’t think I would. I grew a lot because of that experience and I do not regret it but I think I’m a lot happier with myself now than when I got into the industry in the first place. But I think about it very often. I think about it every single time I pass by the incall place on Boul. René-Lévesque. Every. Single. Time.

    Do you tell your boyfriend about your past? How have your relationships been working out?

    I’ve had one serious relationship since this happened, and I never told him. I’d like to think I will be able to open up about it when I find the person I want to spend the rest of my life with but it’s scary. I wouldn’t want to risk losing that person, you know? It would have to depend on the situation. It hasn’t really affected my life, except that it made me grow and get to know myself a lot more. I was a different person before that whole experience, and I don’t regret the person I am now.





    Cheers




    Booker

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    Great read Booker, thanks for sharing. She mention her age?

    I particularly like her answer to "Would you ever get back into it?" ---- I’ve thought about it. I could just turn my switch off again and go do it for the money, but I don’t think I would. I grew a lot because of that experience and I do not regret it but I think I’m a lot happier with myself now than when I got into the industry in the first place. But I think about it very often. I think about it every single time I pass by the incall place on Boul. René-Lévesque. Every. Single. Time.

    It's fascinating how in the same line she says that she is a lot happier with herself now, yet she think about doing it again very often. Fascinating.

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    Great job Quite interesting

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    This business is definately not for anybody, we all know that...
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    Thanks for the article. Very interesting read.

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    Very good read! Thanks for posting.

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    Great post! There was a thread recently about a girl asking for advice entering this industry, that would be a good read for her for sure.

    Cheers,

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    Thumbs down Not interesting

    It's not interesting, because I think the writer just made up a story (though it's possible she may have met a real escort at some point). It's just a story consisting of a bunch of cliches about escorts and the industry. Almost any member of MERB (whether client or escort) who has some minimal experience with and knowledge of the industry could have invented the same character of the escort, repeated the same cliches and told the same story.

    MTL Blog has a lot of critics, for example:

    Stop MTL Blog

    Inside MTL Blog

    I tend to agree with the critics and when I occasionally read something on MTL Blog, I do so with a lot of skepticism. In the case of this interview, my skepticism about its veracity is very high. In sum, I don't believe it's true.
    Strasser: By the way, the murder of the couriers, what has been done?
    Renault: Realizing the importance of the case, my men are rounding up twice the usual number of suspects.
    Heinze: We already know who the murderer is.
    Strasser: Good. Is he in custody?
    Renault: Oh, there's no hurry. Tonight he'll be at Rick's. Everybody comes to Rick's.

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    What is "brutally honest" in this article? The story sounds credible, honest. There's nothing particularly bold or shocking in it. A nice read but a title that does not fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gugu View Post
    What is "brutally honest" in this article?
    Good point. The hyperbolic headline of a story that fails to deliver anything that is "brutally honest" is another signal to me that it's just a fake story.

    if you want to read a true story of a Montreal escort, go back and read Amelie's interview.
    Strasser: By the way, the murder of the couriers, what has been done?
    Renault: Realizing the importance of the case, my men are rounding up twice the usual number of suspects.
    Heinze: We already know who the murderer is.
    Strasser: Good. Is he in custody?
    Renault: Oh, there's no hurry. Tonight he'll be at Rick's. Everybody comes to Rick's.

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    ‎It is an interesting read, whether it's true or not.
    Every person who works in this industry is going to have very different perspectives and opinions on the business, but working in an agency is dramatically different than working independently, and you will find many providers are not happy with their job, or are just doing it for quick money, or have worse experiences when working through an agency(you guys can tell me I'm wrong all you'd like, but from my experience working in an agency and the people I know who also did, that's the way it was).‎

    It makes for an interesting read, but finding sex workers to open up honestly about their experiences isn't all that difficult, so I'm not sure why the author made it seem like it was hard. If she was a good journalist, she could have contacted the hundreds of providers in the city, or even just looked on here, we're everywhere! :P

    Amelie's interview is a great read, and I'm going to do a little self-promotion with my ‎own here too.

    Either way, the article still makes for an interesting read at the end of the day.‎
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    The author of this article is notorious for writing some of the flimsiest work from MTLBlog.. and that's saying alot. I probably would have taken this piece seriously if I had not seen her name prior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GentlemanJon View Post
    Great read Booker, thanks for sharing.
    Thanks GJ

    Of course not all ladies as the same experience in this business ,but that type is fairly common


    Cheers




    Booker

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmberRose View Post


    Amelie's interview is a great read, and I'm going to do a little self-promotion with my ‎own here too.

    AmberRose, thank you for sharing your interview. I had not seen it before. It's interesting, thoughtful, candid and sincere.. In contrast to the MTL Blog piece, your interview has the additional attribute of being completely true.
    Strasser: By the way, the murder of the couriers, what has been done?
    Renault: Realizing the importance of the case, my men are rounding up twice the usual number of suspects.
    Heinze: We already know who the murderer is.
    Strasser: Good. Is he in custody?
    Renault: Oh, there's no hurry. Tonight he'll be at Rick's. Everybody comes to Rick's.

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    I wonder why it never happens that favorable sex work articles with interviews of actual sex workers make it into the really mainstream US publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, and the NBC / ABC / CBS new networks? They run plenty of nonsense propaganda like Super Bowl sex trafficking. All the favorable pieces appear in lightly read blogs and websites where the majority of readers already had a favorable view of sex work.

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