Etiquette

If you're thinking of hiring an Escort make sure to follow these simple rules Introduce yourself by name when you first call An Escort is not a prostitute and therefore does not sell sex to their clients. Even though people often make this simple mistake the difference between the two must be stressed. An Escort simply sells the time they spend with their clients and does not charge them for sexual acts. However, what happens while accompanied by an Escort is entirely between two or more consenting adults who share similar likes and interests. As mentioned in Rule 1, Escorts are not prostitutes and will not discuss with their new clients such things like sex or sexual acts in any form or manner. When communicating with an Escort keep the conversation light hearted and fun. You are however able to ask an Escort questions about what they are into sexually with regard to their personal life and lifestyle. Talking about fees for sexual acts will only scare off an Escort and end any further communication between yourselves. On the first meeting with your Escort make sure to leave the agreed fee for their services in plain view for them to see and don't be surprised if they take a moment to count it. Whilst in the company of your Escort you find that you share the same interests and are attracted to one another, then it is up to you to make the first physical contact! Your Escort is not permitted to touch you until you make the first move. When in the company of an Escort, do not assume that they will keep a track of time. If you should happen to exceed the paid amount of time expect to pay additional fees. And last but not least, always remember to tip your Escort, even if it's a minor amount. you should have no problems and will most definitely have a night to remember.