Having said all that, I’d strongly discourage you from becoming an escort

It is very rare to be booked for an entire evening, which is why there’s no accepted code for it. Most hobbyists are trying to fit you into a very tight scheduling window. For multi-hour appointments, I’d reduce my hourly rate a bit, but not much, generally 75% of the full rate. This is an area where you do not want to go cheap. Cheap almost always translates to ‘untrustworthy’ in this business. I specialized in GFE, which meant I was almost always booked for at least an hour, and often two, because the men who wanted GFE did generally not want to feel rushed or have it feel perfunctory or transactional.

You will have to lead a double life, and that is insanely stressful. I cannot emphasize this enough. The logistics alone are a headache: you have to get a second phone, a second email address, deal with email encryption, a phone number proxy service, take good photos for your ads, post ads, respond to ads, find a reputable community to advertise in, and screen clients. Or, find an agency to do all that for you, but they’ll take a significant cut.

I don’t look at all like the stereotypical image of an escort or a porn star, and I charged $300/hour

Unless you live somewhere that prostitution’s legal, you have to learn how to dodge law enforcement. Mistakes in this line of work can have serious consequences. This isn’t stripping, porn, or fetish work in a dungeon (all of which are also damn hard work, but legal); you can be arrested, possibly go to jail, and while it’s unlikely, it’s also potentially fatal. Many employment https://www.hookupdate.net/nl/mylol-overzicht/ contracts have moral turpitude clauses; if outed, you might lose your day job. You might have a hard time finding normal work afterward.

You’ll have to deal with the financial stress of booking hotel rooms, and absorbing the cost when clients don’t show or cancel at the last minute. You’ll need to start spending a lot more money on grooming, hair, skin, and nails, and then deal with the questions from people in your regular life who comment about how you look.

You’ll have to deal with reading reviews of your performance in bed. (Not recommended for the remotely insecure.) You have to always be on and be cheerful and put on a persona. You have to deal with clients who try to use you as a therapist, clients with questionable personal hygiene, and clients who have major issues around power and money. You have to deal with men you absolutely are not attracted to, and to have to fake emotional and physical attraction. The regulars I had who were actually men I found attractive, treated me kindly and as if I were a person in my own right, instead of a walking Fleshlight? Few and far between, honey.

I strongly suggest seeing a therapist while you’re escorting to help deal with the new ways you’re going to see people and yourself

Yeah, it’s nice to get the compliment that you’re so good at fucking that you could charge for it. But please think about the entirety of what that entails – at great length – before you embark on it as a side gig.

Girls of every body type and race and hair color make good and bad money in this industry. And the same is true of every style.

Pricing has very little to do with your body type. Whatever you look like, someone will be into your body, and someone will be willing to pay to be with your body. Whatever you do in bed, someone will dig it. Peppermint snowflake is absolutely right about this.