Monday, March 31, 2008

Six words

I have been tagged by Chevalier.

The Rules :

1.Write your own six word memoir
2.Post it on your blog and include a visual illustration if you’d like
3.Link to the person that tagged you in your post.
4.Tag five more blogs with links .
5.And don’t forget to leave a comment on the tagged blogs with an invitation to play .

Okay, here goes my six word memoir:

Unpredictable, loyal, warm, honest,relaxed, gentle, dreamer.

I have to find five bloggers that have not been tagged yet.

Sarah Summers

Beau

Chiara di Notte

Compartments

Mandy

Mercurial Girl

Have a good week.

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Thursday, March 27, 2008

Sex workers in Perth given a manual on the safest way to work















Sexworkers in Perth will be given a guide on the safest way to work and how to run a brothel.

Some examples of the guidelines are:

  1. Sex workers do not work for more than twelve hours.

  2. They have regular health checks.

  3. How to deal with difficult clients.

  4. How to put on condoms properly.

  5. Beds that provide back support.

I think this guide is a good idea as I believe there are a fair number of women who come into the industry with no clue whatsoever. I know when I started, I made a few friends who showed me the ropes.


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Monday, March 24, 2008

Easter weekend meeting Sarah Summers

I met Sarah Summers yesterday, as she was passing through London for a few hours. We last saw each other eight months ago. Yesterday was brief but well worth it. Sarah is one of the few escort friends that I have.

Sarah is one of the kindest escorts that I have ever come across, who never fails to make me laugh. We had so much catching up to do, exchanged bad client lists, and shared some of the difficult stuff we have gone through as escorts, since we last met.

One of the themes of the discussion yesterday was the illusion of passion in the escort industry, and regular clients a mixed blessing .

Sarah and I have got ourselves into pickles over the years, with clients. I recognise that it is inevitable in this industry.One of the things that I love about Sarah, is that we can laugh about stuff, that is challenging, and are able to support each other.

I have just got back from the supermarket. A man came up to me, as I was shopping and asked me whether I wanted a massage. I thought he was weird, and wondered why he had approached me, as I was in grunge mode. He had no name label on his clothing, and I could not figure out why he had asked me whether I wanted a massage. It turns out he was working in the supermarket, and was offering a shiatsu walk in back, neck and shoulder massage. It was my lucky day I guess, as he offered me a free trial, which I accepted. The last massage I had a few weeks ago, had sex tagged onto it. I am not complaining.

So he placed his hands on my neck, and my body went into relax mode. I just love massages. After the free trial, he offered me a paid session which I took up, and gave him a tip which surprised him.It felt weird having a massage from a man, and not having sex attached to it.

What has my life become?

Hope you had a good easter, and have a good week.

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Thursday, March 13, 2008

Eliot Spitzer resigns and joins sex scandals rogue gallery












Another American politician named and shamed for visiting prostitutes.

Eliot Spitzer is fighting to avoid charges after his resignation.

Investigators were already probing thousands of dollars in checks that Spitzer wrote to QAT, the paper reported, citing sources it did not identify. Schwartz was deported to Brazil last night, the Post said.
Authorities also will examine Spitzer's bank, credit-card and other records dating to 1999, an inquiry that could take months, the Post reported, citing a law-enforcement source.
Spitzer may be open to charges that he violated the Mann Act, which makes it a crime to transport someone across state lines for prostitution, lawyers said.
He could also be charged with wire fraud, if he made false statements about the source or destination of his funds; structuring, if he made payments to avoid U.S. requirements on reporting cash transactions of more than $10,000; or money laundering, if he knew the ring was using front companies to move money illegally, the lawyers said.

David Segal blames Spitzer's behaviour on the primal brain of homo politicus.

New York's got nothing on Tehran.
The day after New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer's announced resignation for involvement in a prostitution ring, comes word that the police chief in Tehran -- yes, Iran -- has resigned following his arrest, naked, in the company of six nude prostitutes in a brothel, overseas wires are reporting.

Yvonne Fulbright, makes some interesting points on Power and Prostitutes: Why Powerful Men Can't Help Themselves.

The story emerging around the fall of Eliot Spitzer suggests that the case did not start with the report of a crime. Rather it started with a decision to look into Spitzer and his financial dealings. In the course of an open-ended investigation, information about a prostitution circle surfaced. That looks abusive. An investigation like that provides no basis to acquit Spitzer. But it suggests that when his case is done, the public should be pressing some tough questions about why this investigation was launched and pushed forward.

Specifically, the official narrative suggests that a Long Island bank noticed an odd pattern of payments made by Spitzer between different accounts. The payments were not enormous sums and the bank is said to have been concerned that a large number of transfers were made so as to fall below the $10,000 reporting threshold. The Los Angeles Times reported that Spitzer asked that his name be taken off the money wires, which reportedly aroused suspicion. The bank submitted a Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) to the IRS. The payments which totaled up to $80,000, looked suspicious, we are told, and were examined on the basis that they might be an effort to money-launder bribes. This was reported to the IRS in Hauppauge, Long Island, which in turn involved the Public Integrity Section in the Department of Justice.

Two more questions should be asked about the prosecution. The first is whether a selective attitude is taken in prosecution - that is, whether the Justice Department is treating Spitzer in a manner consistent with other (notably Republican) figures caught in a similarly compromised position. The second is how the matter was broken to the press. On each of these points, the information now available raises unsettling issues about the conduct of the Justice Department. One close parallel involving a prostitution investigation is the case of the "D.C. Madam." In that case, federal prosecutors have proceeded against the prostitution ring and have shown little interest in the customer list, which is said to include a former high-ranking Bush Administration official (Randall Tobias, director of the U.S. Agency for International Development) and a U.S. Senator (David Vitter, Republican of Louisiana). The prosecutors' conduct in the "D.C. Madam" case has been remarkably deferential to the public figures involved. That case cannot be squared with the investigation into Governor Spitzer - it points to a double standard.

More from the sex scandals rogue gallery:David Vitter paying the price of hypocrisy.

Randall Tobias and the long arm of justice.

Why should the Duke be any different.

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Friday, March 07, 2008

Nia dark and lovely away























I will be out of touch from Saturday till Tuesday midday. I will not have access to my emails, and my phone will be off.

I am going away with Roger for a few days.


  1. Packed all my high heels
  2. Got all my corsets out of the attic.
  3. Taking all the black clothing that I possess, as requested.
  4. Have a sufficient supply of condoms
  5. Hope I don't poke his eyes out with my killer heels, as he likes them on 24/7.
  6. Going to be fun sleeping with them on
  7. Feel like this is going to be a blast with all this dressing up.

I am looking forward to seeing him again, and having loads of time to chat, yes chat, among other things. Roger and I can talk and talk and talk, but he knows how to use his pipe.

I have discovered some stuff that I didn't know I owned packing for this trip. Venturing into the attic has been useful.

Must dash have to get into Goth mode, and need to get a manicure and pedicure.

Have a great weekend.















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Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Walk and talk accidents










I was in the gym this morning, and was suprised to hear about the number of accidents that happen as a result of people sending text messages. Most of the accidents are people walking into lamposts or bollards, or car accidents while they are sending texts.




A friend of mine has been in three car accidents, and in each case it was women on the phone, who drove into him. I find this alarming.

I left the gym this morning, and was on my way home, and a client sent me a text confirming a booking. I was crossing the road, did not look left or right, and clearly had not taken in what I had heard on the radio. A car screeched in front of me, and I was embarassed.

I have read some stuff on forums where clients go and see escorts, and the client is mid stroke, while the escort takes a phone call.

These women have bottle is all I can say. How they can have a conversation with someone else while they are having sex, and feel that it is acceptable is interesting.

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Saturday, March 01, 2008

Funding to help London escorts,sex workers start a new life

Newly targeted funds of £800,000 were today awarded by London Councils to groups assisting women exit the associated violence and abuse of prostitution and looking into the root causes of the problem.Eaves Housing for Women is set to receive the bulk of the funding, £443,200 over four years, to investigate and tackle the root causes and pathways into trafficking and prostitution across all the London boroughs.The scheme will also help provide outreach services, advice, training, and access to supported housing for women seeking to escape from a life of prostitution.

It will be available in: Brent; Bromley; Camden; Croydon; Ealing; Enfield; Greenwich; Hackney; Hammersmith & Fulham; Haringey; Islington; Kensington & Chelsea; Lambeth; Lewisham; Newham; Southwark; Tower Hamlets; Waltham Forest; Wandsworth; Westminster.

Chairman of London Councils Grants Committee, Councillor Paul McCannah, said: “These specially targeted grants will help readdress the balance of representation and support of some of the most excluded women in the capital.“The fund will provide direct services to support and empower women to help themselves and enable innovative investigations into causes and routes into prostitution and trafficking."We hope this will provide many London women the opportunity to turn their negative experiences around by offering them a supportive environment and routes into fulfilling lifestyles and occupations.”

This is useful for the women out there who need assistance. For those of you who have not read it already the paper by Teela Sanders on becoming an ex sex worker is a good read.

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