Ever wondered what it's really like to work as a male escort? Well, you're in luck because one man has recently revealed all you need to know. The unnamed man opened up about his unique profession, discussing how he got into it, his weirdest experiences and even sharing how much money he makes a month. Despite what you may think of his job, the man claims he is living the dream - having sex on balconies, staying in luxury villas in the Maldives and taking part in four-hour bondage sessions.
Speaking to LADbible, the escort explained how his reputation as a "ladies' man" inspired him to give his job a go.
I put my picture and bio online and two weeks later had my first client. Since then he's gone on to meet around different women, having sex with about of them. The reason for the difference in these two numbers? Because his job isn't actually all about sex. He goes on to reveal how many of his "regulars" simply enjoy his company and will whisk him away to visit some of the most exciting places - including helicopter rides over the Grand Canyon and dinners in Michelin star restaurants, which makes him feel like a "movie star".
On top of this, he also has a "regular job" that he's paid for - which also stops his friends and family from finding out about his double life. Women contact the escort through the website Gentlemen4hire and they exchange messages and swap photos, discussing what they plan to do during the meet up. She wanted a 50 Shades of Grey experience in her office.
That was really fun," he said. He admitted: "One guy got in touch with me and said he wanted me to have sex with his wife while he sniffed my shoes and my feet. He insisted quite a few times but at the end I had to block him because I wasn't really into it. And the worst part of doing what he does? Realising that someone wants more than he is able to give them. He claims women often become attached to him and offer extravagant gifts such as cars in order to get him to quit the business and become their boyfriend.
He added: "I will do it for as long as I enjoy it, once I find it boring and it loses excitement I will quit. It's not happened so far, but it will one day. Subscriptions Sign Out. By Courtney Pochin Audience Writer. A male escort has spilled secrets from his job stock photo Image: Getty.
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Municipalities can impose local regulation on public order or morality grounds. Generally, these powers were little used until the s, most preferring an "unregulated tolerance" approach. In the s the municipalities took different approaches to regulation. Some, such as Liege and Ghent , banned window prostitution  or moved it out of its traditional locations in the city centres.
Prostitution was known to exist in what is now Belgium since the middle ages. During the French regime — prostitutes were required to have mandatory health checks in hospitals.
Over 40 minors, mainly English girls, were found to be working in brothels after being lured to Brussels  with promises of work in bars and nightclubs. During WW1 , the occupying Germans took over control of prostitution.
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In an attempt to prevent the spread of STIs amongst their troops, the trade was strictly regulated and girls forced to undergo regular health checks. The regulatory regime was regarded as discriminatory towards women in the s,  leading to Isabelle Blume 's proposals being passed as federal law in The efforts by the Belgium authorities to eradicate trafficking was cited by UN Special Rapporteur Urmila Bhoola as "an example of good practice" in .
In , people were prosecuted for sex trafficking and victims of trafficking were assisted. The victims are given help in specialised NGO-run shelters and when they leave the shelters, they are given protection, residence and employment permits and access to legal services.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. See also: Human trafficking in Belgium.
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