I'm sure this conversation has come up a million times before, but something happened tonight that made me want to open up this discussion again.
I was browsing a dating site, and came across the profile of a woman I instantly recognized from ads for her services - ironically enough it specified "not looking for intimate encounters", which of course she has on a daily basis and doesn't need to seek anyhow!
I've never contacted her about her professional services, but after seeing her profile, I see we had much in common and I was tempted to send her a mesg via the site, but a little voice in my head just wouldn't let me do it.
I don't know why, I usually have a very "live & let live"/"laissez-faire" attitude", but I was actually a little disgusted with myself for being judgemental at that moment.
My question is two-fold and directed to each gender;
Would you be comfortable entering into a relationship with someone who is working in the industry?
For those who are working in the industry, I can only imagine the time & effort needed to build the necessary trust with your SOs to keep working. Do you sometimes resent your partner for making you go that extra mile to prove yourself? What kind of strain has your vocation put on your relationships?
Look forward to some good feedback and maybe to understand a little by mentally walking a mile in some of your shoes.