Allow us to discuss client misconceptions.
I know these because they have been expressed to me frequently for about ten years now. The men have spoken them into my ear. I know about that of which I speak.
First and foremost: we are all rich. They imagine me reclining on a sofa being fanned by submissives, dripping in diamonds, eating fruit. NOPE. Most sex workers are working class. I am on the upper end of this, because I’m white, educated, and Aryan-looking. I’m not young anymore, but I still look “good” and I’m skinny.
Another one: we do it because we’re constantly randy. Men think we are nyphomaniacs. Dudes looooove this one! I have had so many men say, “If I was a woman, I’d do this, too!” If you could last one day in this industry, I’d eat your shorts. I have a very high libido. It is not, however, my motivation to be in this job. I have a lot of fun in my good sessions. I seldom get turned on. Because boundaries.
“Daddy Issues!” Can’t get you wrong about that one (speaking for myself), but half the women in Congress have the same problem. Also, nobody asks guys how many have mommy issues. Hear me now, believe me later: it’s a lot. A LOT of guys have mommy issues.
“Sex Trafficking!” It exists and it’s awful. Why a man would bring this up to me during a prodomme session is a real head-scratcher. I suppose it does suggest he has a soul. However, I am clearly not trafficked. Furthermore, what sort of mentality does it take to presume the woman you are seeing is “trafficked” and then want to book her anyway?