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Expecting and assuming vs asking and inviting
In my experience, there are two different ways clients typically handle consent with their escorts - one is 'expecting and assuming', and the other is 'asking and inviting'.
Let's talk about 'expecting and assuming' first. Clients sometimes expect their escort to know what they want, and assume they know what their escort likes. Unfortunately, that simply doesn't work. Everyone enjoys different activities in the bedroom - so unless you're a mind reader, 'expecting and assuming' means you're going to get it wrong at least some of the time.
Luckily, there's another way...I call it 'asking and inviting'. You can ask for what you want, giving your escort the chance to join in. And you can invite your date to tell you what they do and don't like. Doing sex this way means no guessing - you can satisfy your date and enjoy yourself, without feeling anxious that you're doing the wrong thing.