How to Become a Successful Male Sex Worker

How to Become a Successful Male Sex Worker

Are you a little bored with your sex life? Have you an amazing sexual energy, and as you get older not really sure how to channel it. Thinking of making some changes? Are you REALLY G(O)OD at sex with other men? Do you have a really amazing cock? Do you love have your masculinity worshipped? Come and learn how to be an authentic and professional male sex worker using easy to learn techniques in this amazing one day workshop. Come and learn how easy it is to set up your own male sex worker.. Come and learn how to connect with clients and really enjoy your sex work! This can be a new beginning for you and every client you will fuck. I’ve updated this Meetup. For more details, see the full listing:

Sacred Intimates

Sunday, Feb 10, 2019, 4:30 PM

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New research reveals male sex workers are feeling less stigmatized and are opening up about what it takes to be successful in their Business. The research appeared in last December edition of American Journal of Men’s Health, researchers conducted personalized, 45-minute interviews with 20 Australian male sex workers. The men ages ranged from 20’s to 30’s with an average of 2.5 years working in the field. All were from middle-class backgrounds with most identifying bisexual or gay and one participant identifying as straight.

On average, the men saw five clients per week, charging an average of approximately between $225 (US) per session, or more when the man was having a threesome with couples. The men spoke about the “Feelings of success” their work gave them and also said that they thought there was less stigmatization about being a sex worker. Here are several quotes from the male sex workers about how they measure success, taken directly from the study:

Making money and making sure that people like think highly of me. The amount of clients, and that would be the success (Evan, gay).

40% of success can be the money. But also, a good one is someone who can keep getting the same client at the end (Philip, gay).

Once you start getting repeat clientele that’s when you know that you have done well. If you keep getting different people every time, then you are not doing your job (Nick, straight).

There are plenty of times something would happen in the field of escorting and I would go, “How can I be doing this?” But then you would and then that client would be good and show you that it’s actually something worth doing (Evan, gay).

Having a strong sense of confidence also helps in doing the work. You have to be self-confident and care about yourself enough to have boundaries in place so that you feel safe (Peter, gay).

Sacred Intimates

Sunday, Feb 10, 2019, 4:30 PM

3 almighty members Attending

Check out this Meetup →

Because confidence is pretty much everything. If you don’t have confidence, you don’t feel up to choosing clients, you don’t feel you are going to do well, you just feel bad about yourself (Malcolm, bisexual).

Recommended Further Reading : Exploring the Occupational Context of Independent Male Escorts Who Seek Male Clients: The Case of Job Success

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