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    Questions for Granny and other SPs

    - What is a typical client? Married middle aged wasp? Asian?

    - How would you like to spend the hour vs your typical client? Order of preference and for how long? bj(bbbj) 10 min, daty 10 min and fs rest of time or is that too much fs?

    - Do you have a BF and if so does he know? Are most SPs single?

    - How often do you bump into people you know coming to see you? How do/would you handle that?


    Just curious

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    Thanks Granny & SpinVic

    Interesting PM response!
    Last edited by shank; 06-25-2003 at 07:04 PM.

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    consider the responder

    But shank you may have to take into account the responder.

    What if an un-named SP has a very "well-rounded" figure, a little bit older, lives in not exactly a hotbed of SP city, then she may respond in a certain way to you.

    Of course this matters. You are asking about the average male client. But what if the SP that answers is not the average female SP?

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    What is the average female SP? I don't think there is one, as there is no average client. I think it has more to do with what type of client is attracted to what type of SP. Married, separated or older men (in general, mind you) tend to lean toward the GFE type of SP. Younger guys, attached or single, are usually looking less for the 'experience', and more for the actual act, and tend to lean more toward the younger playboy type of SP's. This is all pure generalization, and the variety of clientel amazed me when I first started. I've seen every type of man from the rich and powerful to the guy who should really be paying his rent or buying food instead of spending his last dollars on me. But for the most part it's the guy in between all of that.
    I never time the service (can't see the clock while giving a bj), how incredibly boring that would be. What happens is dependant on the client and all the factors that have to be taken into consideration when you are intimate with anyone - chemistry, who's the aggressive or 'leader', mood (of both the SP and the client), etc. I can't speak for other SP's, but I never plan a session, I just go with the flow.
    I've never bumped into a client, but if I did, I would just smile and look away. Not only for his privacy and discretion(sp?), but for mine as well ('Hey, look! It's the local whore! Let's go say 'Hi'.')
    I don't know many other SP's, so I don't know if they have boyfriends, though I have met a couple of girls who do. I don't have one and don't think I would want one while working as an SP. Too wierd. What do you say when they ask how your day was? 'Great until I got cum in my eye.'? No, I don't think that could be a very healthy relationship.

    Hope that helped you out

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    Interesting

    I've known many SPs who also became friends and/or business acquaintances. What amazes me is they are intelligent and just wonderful individuals. Can't imagine doing what they do without getting jaded. I agree an SP having a bf and a bf that knows about her biz can be very touchy. The SPs I know don't.

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    depends how the SP and the BF meet... for instance, sometimes, it is initially a client/SP relationship. In that case, it takes the cat out of the bag very early in the relationship, doesn't it? And yes... I've seen it happen. Know a couple that have been together for over 20 years. Come to think of it... I know another couple that had an SP/Client arrangement from the mid-50s until the wife died in the late 80s... and now they have been dating for over 10 years (yes... she is still active in the biz at 70 and he is 10 years her senior).

    I know another couple that... well.. he knew what she did when they met and didn't like it... so she went straight for a while and all along gently suggested that they could get hired as a couple. So he agreed and she popped an ad in the paper for them. Over time, it became apparent that she, not he, was in demand and by then, it was too late. She's back in the business and he supports her in her decision.

    Most BFs figure out pretty quick that at the end of the day, they are who the SP goes home to sleep with...

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    hello, I have to agree with hottmama. I also met my partner in the biz and have retired many times. I am not an sp anymore but i am still envolved. It's a hard job to be an sp's bf. my partner had to understnad that thats how I made my living for that time in my life it may have been hard for him but thats how it was.
    There is a lot of freedom in this job that is very appealing and I think thats what attracted me.
    bye-bye

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    70+ years young SP

    yep - she was married with children when she first got into the biz almost 40 years ago... after a little while, she had a thing going where she and a few other gals joined a "club" of sorts where a guy could phone and get a date (word of mouth call girl service). Life went on and one day a client threatened to tell her husband and kids. She beat him to it and the hubby left. Kids grew up, went to University, got decent jobs. Grandkids came next and all along, she worked. She's an amazing older women who's ad says "An older gent's companion; a younger man's adventure" and really, when you think about it, many of her clients have grown old with her. Where a 70 year old guy might get weirded out with a 20 year old girl (that is younger than his granddaughter)... she is the perfect match. She has lived in the same era, feels the same about life in general, and can carry on a conversation that has particular meaning to him. Younger guys like her too because they feel that she probably knows every trick in the book and then a few. And she does.

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    It's almost common knowlege that the majority of the male population can disassociate themselves emotionally when having sex (yet also desire the emotional 'love-making' as well)- this is a very accepted theory. When an SP ( or any other woman, for that matter ) finds a man who realises that women are capable of the same - she's one lucky girl. I still get the astonished 'You really like sex, don't you?', and one client even called me 'wierd' when I said I liked penises. Yes, you can make a woman cum without having her fall in love with you. She might not even like you. It seems that the men in this industry are more accepting of this, and when I meet a man under 'normal' circumstances, answering the 'So what do you do?' makes me panic as I try to think of a reply.
    This industry is a society in itself, with an unspoken set of values and morals that the rest of society passes judgement on ( I think they need to get laid more). We accept our behaviour as a way of life (a more enjoyable one), and we speak openly about it in forums such as these - yet we all use fake names and disable cookies to prevent that judgement from coming our way.
    Holy deep thoughts, Batman.
    How many SP's have told their families what they do? It's not something I would want to bring up at the dinner table, but I'm really curious if other SP's are more open about it

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    HH Said...

    "It's almost common knowlege that the majority of the male population can disassociate themselves emotionally when having sex (yet also desire the emotional 'love-making' as well)- this is a very accepted theory. When an SP ( or any other woman, for that matter ) finds a man who realises that women are capable of the same - she's one lucky girl."

    Bingo!! .... I'm impressed you put a complex concept (concept, problem, idea who knows) very simply....

    oberon

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    I ran into one client at the bar line up, he was more nervous about seeing me than I was about seeing him. I don't tend to watch the clock when I am with my clients. I find the most pleasurable calls are with those that are able to generate some conversation.

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    yep.. fellas that are too shy get ripped off (or maybe that's there preferences)... but if you can't keep a conversation going, an SP really feels unwelcome.

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    OpheliaBlack you are lucky to find booty buddies,lol. I am on the prowl for some regulaters 2. I also find that I am gravitated toward the more open minded crowd. So the acceptance as an sp has been with smiles and inquisitions. As for my family, no amount of explaining would let them accept it so I keep it seperate as a normal sex life thingy too.

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    Originally posted by grannyknowsbest
    yep.. fellas that are too shy get ripped off (or maybe that's there preferences)... but if you can't keep a conversation going, an SP really feels unwelcome.
    Yeah your right, I was/am shy the excitement and nerves are always part of the fun of an encounter but you do have to talk ;-) otherwise it is just sex (not that there is anything wrong with sex) Without talking there can be no connection Duh, I'll admit that being a bit shy I have to work at it some.

    Funny if you asked any of my friends they would agree i am shy (they have told me i am) yet I seem to be able to show up at a strange woman's door with only an e-mail or phone call to get me there??? Life is wierd that way

    I have been lucky and met some real nice people who make it easy to talk to them. They are the kind of people you look forward to seeing for the whole experience of being with someone, the talk the touch the sex that is far more of a GFE than some of the other things people equate to those letters.

    If I bumped into someone on the street i'd probably just smile, if we were both alone say Hi!

    oberon
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    one of the gals I used to work with broke the news (that she was working as an SP) to her mom. A few weeks later, she walked into the agency office and lo and behold, there was her mom, applying for a job. Mom got the job and the two worked in the biz for a couple of years until other opportunities came along (daughter finished school and mom got remarried).

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