Why should agencies bother listing ages?
I had a duo last week with two girls advertised as 18 and 21. In both cases, the age was very believable.
However, it seems in most cases the ages as given by agencies are, frankly, a crock. A good case in point is a very famous SP whom I saw about six or seven years ago. The agency lists her as 22, which was the age she was listed as when I saw her way back then.
So why do agencies even bother with ages? I know some guys are specific in that they want either younger-looking (as I prefer) or more mature-looking (as some of my friends prefer) ladies. So just list them as young or more mature-looking or list nothing unless the customer specifically requests it. If listed info is going to be false 90 percent of the time, why bother listing it at all?
Other than the fact that guys would probably ask if ages weren't listed, agencies likely bother posting fake ages because it is part of the grander illusion that guys pay for. If a SP can fake interest in you, fake an orgasm, fake her hair color, fake her physical assets, fake her social or cultural background, and fake how enormous she thinks your dick is, agencies probably figure that there's no harm in having her fake her age too. What's one more lie in the grand scheme of things?
I don't think there is a big difference between listing a girl at 21 when the girl is 23. However, if the girl is listed as 18 and is really 21, I think that does matter (or if the age gap is more than 3 years). To me it is misleading advertising to get me to buy something I would not otherwise - akin to posting fake pictures. I think the agencies should just list the year and month/quarter (e.g., Q1 1990) born and let you do the math if age is important to you. Similarly, I think the agencies should put the date the listing pictures were taken.
Aeolus is right. It's marketing. Banging a 19 yo hottie is something that turns on a bunch of guys who haven't banged a 19 yo in over 15-20 years sometimes! And that dream makes you happy! You would not fulfill your dream if you were banging a 21 yo chick!! Lol! Same thing goes for the qualificative "debutante" or "new to the bizz"... It's a distant cousin to what some perv's feel when asking for a virgin in Thailand...
Originally Posted by Aeolus
I don't see how listing the year of birth would solve anything. It would be as "precise" as the age (and I frankly don't see why the quarter should be publicized either...). This is a field of work where there is a very high turnover. It's rather easy to find out who's been around for a while and who's truly "new" in the bizz.
That's the whole purpose of reviews. If an agency lies about age (sometimes as much as 10 years) and weight (sometimes 15 to 20 lbs more than advertisedd) then I would refuse the SP and write a review about my displeasure with the agency.
Money is power so why not use it ?
Funny thing is, in a lineup of 10 ladies, all between 18 and 25, most peoples would not be able to tell who's 25 and who's 18. But peoples are complaining the lady they see is not within 2-3 years of what is advertised.
I know some 15 years old who look like 25, as long as they don't open their mouth. There are also 25 years old who act like they were 15.
Not many of us actually check ID. Unless the lady is 22 years old for the last 6 years, how can we know for certain?
This is only illusion. I agree with Aeolus.
What really sticks out for me, what is so blatant that it taints the entire list, is when the lady has worked for a very long time.
Take Clara at Asservissante. She is listed at 25, even where she is described as "The original".
I saw her there it seems 10+ years ago. So she either started working at near 14 or she's much older.
The way I look at it, as long as they don't ask me my age I'm happy (and it wouldn't be a debate of between 18 and 23 ha ha!)
Originally Posted by metoo4
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