Our initial contact started with a near perfect text enquiry **(see below) and progressed to a phone call as per my screening process. Once we were talking things took a change of pace. I have been told that I seem direct and business like when texting and that when we chat on the phone or meet in person, I seem like a different person (I am running a business so that’s why its business like). Making an enquiry via text is great, and here is Sam’s inital enquiry.
**” Hi my name is Sam and I would like to book for an hr Initmate Encounter on Tuesday at 2pm. Please let me know if you are free and I am happy to send the deposit etc that you require”. This is an excellent enquiry and is music to my ears. I just respond with the relevant information and once the deposit is paid the booking is confirmed, we have a brief chat on the phone and Sam and I catch up on Tuesday.
It is amazing that in this day and age where communication is so easy and people can connect all over the world in an instant that some people have not been held or touched by another person in years.
What does that say about our world and our so-called communities?
We all talk about rescuing refugees, but what about the people in our street, living behind closed doors, who may be connecting across the internet or in brief social interactions and yet the opportunity for the most nourishing and nurturing experience of simple, agenda-free touch is denied them.
We all know that there is no controlling the libido – it wants what it wants. And it’s driven by varying circumstances such as sexual hunger, desire, loneliness, grief, drugs, alcohol, the list goes on.
But then why do some people plan out their intimate encounters, seeking out escorts who are touring to their city months in advance v’s the client that calls and says he is in your suburb and can come over now. Continue reading