You may be concerned about unpleasant surprises. I’ve heard from my clients some horror stories of women who stole your money, tried to rush you through a session, lived in sketchy areas of town, looked different from the photos, were asleep when you arrived, failed to show up, etc. Or you may worry that law enforcement will greet you. All these are legitimate concerns!

For these reasons, men with good careers and families often are reluctant to book an escort session.

Here’s how you can protect yourself:

  • Is your provider verified? Reputable ad sites such as Eros verify providers.

  • Does your provider have a website? Professional women have websites.

  • Does your provider have good reviews? Invest a few dollars in EroticMonkey to read the reviews.

  • How long has she been in business? If it’s been a while, she’s probably not law enforcement.

  • How does she sound on the phone? Is she attentive, kind, sweet? Promptly returns correspondence?

  • Is her incall location in the kind of neighborhood where you feel safe at night and parking your car? Is it discreet and private? Does she allow at least 30 minutes between clients? Is her place clean and tidy? Does she live alone? Does she have good credit to afford her own place? A professional woman can answer yes to all of this.

  • Does she have standards, or is she desperate for money and will see anyone?

  • And most of all, are you attracted to her?

Now go have some fun!

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Enjoyable sex is not about technique, orgasms, shape of your labia, or reliability of your erections. It’s about pleasure and closeness and any other emotion you want!

When people don’t enjoy sex, it’s often because they are focused on performance, feel body shame, or don’t give themselves permission to desire, want, or receive. Many people don’t even know what they want. They’re so used to seeking validation from their partner or are stuck with useless thoughts in their heads.

So they have sex when they’re tired, do the same safe thing they’ve done for years, and feel trapped and bored. Are you bored with your partner or with yourself? Getting out of the trap requires risk-taking and presence.

  1. RISK Do and say what you’re afraid to do or say, because your partner could reject you . Be curious, communicate your feelings and emotions and turn-ons. Bet you won’t do it! Most people don’t. That’s why they’re bored or avoid sex. Get out of your comfort zone.

Ladies, how often have you endured unpleasant touch? No wonder yo don’t want sex! Speak up, please!! He can’t read your mind.

Men, how often are you more focused on your penis than on her? No wonder she doesn’t want sex! Focus on her to get her turned on and wanting sex. Learn about the clitoris (it’s 4” long, so if you don’t know that then google it please).

2. PRESENCE When you’re present, anything is enjoyable, even being in a tiny room with bars on the windows. Eckhart Tolle is wonderful in leading people to experience presence.

Be present with yourself, be present with your partner.

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