One often overlooked part of a provider-client negotiation is sexual safety, and for good reason. We’re socialized to believe that we should possess some kind of intimate telepathy when it comes to others’ bodies, and that the alternative runs the risk of “killing the mood”.
Most providers appreciate a thoughtful gesture, particularly if it’s unexpected. The right offering may just be the thing that sets you apart from other clientele.
Demisexuals experience sexual feelings only after developing a close emotional relationship. This can make the practice of hiring a professional uniquely challenging!
Here’s what you’re doing when you hire a professional: getting as close to a sure thing as humanly possible. People don’t patronize sex workers for the mystery or thrill of the chase – if you want that, then go pick up someone who’s flirting for free.
I don’t feel like I’m a very physically attractive person, and I worry that it’s going to affect my sessions with workers or cause them to reject me altogether. How important is it that my sex worker finds me attractive?