Have you ever met a woman or heard of a woman who has paid for sex?
Seems scandalous, right?
Even backwards, given that it’s customary for men to pay for sex and for women to be in the sex service industry.
But the other way around?
Really, is there even a big enough market for women wanting that kind of service?
What happened to women needing to emotionally connect to get off?
You might be thinking: why would a woman want to or need to pay for sex when there are plenty of guys out there that will do it for free?
Maybe this idea, that women would actually pay for sex instead of ask you to bed makes you uncomfortable. Maybe your judgmental thoughts are a reflection of your own inadequacy. Perhaps you are intrigued.
I can see you thinking: that’s not a reality yet; women don’t pay for sex, and if they do they’re probably the ugly fat chicks who can’t get laid that require such services.
But what if it isn’t just the ugly chicks?
What if beautiful women, women you would never suspect, would pay for sex?
How would that make you feel?
I want you to look around the room the next time you’re in public.
Look at all the females circumventing your periphery.
Don’t judge on appearance, just observe.
Tune into their movements.
You think you know what we are, what we think, and what we want, but you don’t.
You haven’t known for centuries.
The woman who would pay for sex is sitting right in front of you.
She’s in line next to you at the store, pumping gas into her overpriced car, crossing and uncrossing her legs every five minutes under the table wondering what is on the menu for dessert.
She’s never that far.
You’ve just never seen her coming.
Most men are intimidated by a woman’s sexuality.
Unlike men, women have not had the luxury of allowing what is inside to come out in a way that women want exposed to the world.
Sexually liberated women are still met with the same condemnation they were a 100 years ago, if not more.
Not every man on the planet is threatened by a woman’s sexuality, but most men, even the ones you think are evolved, are hardwired to domesticate the women they want to make theirs.
No matter what anyone says, culturally, it’s not okay for women to want sex the way men do.
STOP THE PRESSES: WOMEN WANT SEX AS MUCH AS MEN DO?
Whether anyone wants to talk about it or not a sexually liberated woman are a threat to the men of the world still trying to keep us in line with the image of the Virgin Mary.
Men might not want the Virgin Mary off the bat, but overtime they can’t help themselves—the mother of your children is not supposed to get nasty. She’s not supposed to want it so bad she’ll outsource your ass.
Leave that to mistresses and women you’d never take home to mommy.
Much of women’s sexuality is barred by outdated ideas, for when a woman claims her sexuality and desire for the same things men crave, women threaten to break the casing of their undermining instated by thousands of years of oppression.
Presently, males sex services are an underground venue, the stuff of myths, where women can scan profiles of modelesque looking men in a similar set up of that of a dating service, expect these services are guaranteed to meet your needs with the swipe of your AMEX.
Even though it is illegal in the United States to have sex for money, time is money and so these organization spin sex as time.
Whether you massage for money or massage your way to orgasm, time is time, and time is currency.
Yep, you heard me.
Everything has a dollar sign. Whether you pay for it figuratively or literally everything has a price.
Male escorts don’t hang out in brothels, nor have love dins (well maybe some), they exist in cyber space like an online cattle call awaiting your arousal and interest.
Once you pay a pretty price, professional lovers never come cheap, the man of who’s body and interests has captivated your attention comes a knocking at your door ready to serve all those fantasies most men don’t even know you have.
So what are you men thinking as you read this?
Would you be turned off by a woman who paid for sex?
As men, you want our sexuality.
You want to play with what we can offer.
But deep down you don’t want to give us the same sexual rights or expression unless it’s on your terms.
Don’t even try to argue.
Most men would not be okay with a woman who has paid for sex and yet it strikes that twang of hypocrisy.
In some form or another every single one of us, male and female alike, pay for sex.
Whether it’s a date that a man forks over for to hopefully get you to sleep with him, or a woman who wines and dines a guy who doesn’t have the wealth she does and takes him home to bed.
Time is currency and what you choose to sell, whether it is your words, your sex, an experience or an encounter that brings you oodles of pleasure, I clearly do not see the difference between blowing wads of cash of an trip or a night out versus a night in with a fine ass man that will give it you just like you like it, cause that’s his job.
Some guys are lousy lays and don’t have a clue how to please a woman properly.
The professional male lover, holds mystique.
In a world where most men think they have women figured out I would say that is a whole heck of a lot of intrigue connected to a dollar sign.
Would you pay for sex, if you could have this?
Tell me you wouldn’t and I won’t believe you.