The latest debacle over Samantha at Eleganza has made me think that we should review what the appropriate age for SPs should reallly be. I cannot guarantee that Samantha was 18 years old when she first worked at Eleganza. John tells me that he verified her ID but who knows if he really did or if it was a valid ID.
Anyways, I am not going to get into how agency owners verify IDs or if they really do it carefully. If I was an owner, I would demand to see a medicare card, a passport and a birth certificate. But I am paranoid of these things.
I did find Samantha sexy but young. I typically enjoy ladies in their mid twenties to late thirties. I like a real woman who has matured and who knows her body. There are young ladies that are mature but in general, they are rare in this business.
I wanted to get some feedback on an idea I have about raising the minimum age for being an SP to 21 years old. I know we are in Canada and this idea smacks of US puritanism but I am a firm believer that in general, young SPs are more prone to emotional problems.
We assume risks when we engage in sexual activities with ladies that might be minors. Is it worth the risk? As far as I am concerned, no it isn't. In fact, from now on, I'll make sure they're 20-21 years old.
I want to get your feedback on raising the minimum age for SPs to 21 years old. We cannot enforece this rule but can try to force agencies to implement it.
I know I am going to get blasted for this idea, but I'll still put it out there.