For one, being a man in this business is harder than being a woman -- at least when it comes to getting established. Go online and see how many agencies there are dedicated to providing male companionship for women. Go on, do a Google search. Notice anything strange?
There aren't that many agencies out there, you say? Well, just the gay ones -- not that there's anything wrong with that. So, how does a straight man go about having sex with women for cash? Well, he first needs to do a bit of introspection. The following questions are most helpful:
- Do I get along with women? This might sound like a no-brainer, but honestly, if women don't like you in your regular life they aren't going to be willing to pay for your companionship, either. Some men get along marvelously with women. Some men feel like their whole lives are dominated by women -- myself included. Those who are most comfortable working with women day-in, day-out will have the best chances for success.
- Am I sexually liberal? This isn't a business for prudes, and you'd be surprised how many male prudes there are. If a woman is paying for sex, she very well might just want missionary. Or anal. Or being spanked. Hell, she may even want to bring food into the bedroom. A man can't panic.
- Do I look all right? True, everyone has a different definition of beauty. Still, being a good-looking guy is pretty much a requirement. That's not to say every guy has to be at Brad Pitt's level, but really, Dustin Diamond (aka Screetch from Saved by the Bell) isn't going to cut it.
All right, now that the questions are out of the way, let's get to the real meat-and-potatoes of the business. As I've said earlier, there are very few agencies that provide male companionship for women. Gay men have a much, much wider pool to choose from. So, what's a breeder to do? Simple: Find a female escort who's willing to introduce you to her agent.
It's what Rebecca did with me. Her agent was skeptical at first. Sure, she saw a photo and knew I'd succeeded in fucking Rebecca for the voyeur doctor's pleasure, but hiring a man? Is there really a market for such things? The answer has been a resounding yes. And I never would have been able to access that market without the agent's guidance.
Well, not so much guidance as her pimping me out to her rich friends, but still. One client talks to another. The second client talks to a third. The agent make some calls to those group sex parties in the Florida Keys I talked about. Things start to snowball and grow. Soon escorting pays as much (and now, more) than the freelance graphic design jobs I do on the side.
Of course female escorts rely on their agents to get work, but it's even more so for men. Any crafty female can pay to have a website designed, have it listed in the various online venues for sex work, and began wading through the Emails offering for money for sex. For men, no such venues exist. A man truly needs an agent -- preferably a woman -- to succeed.
Quite a role reversal, isn't it? Most men don't like to admit they need anyone for anything, but as this blog proves I'm not most men. Clearly. I also have something else most men don't have either -- a sense of loyalty.
The agent from Los Angeles called. She still wants to meet with me. And I don't know what the hell to say. Moving to Los Angeles would be long, complicated and expensive. However, the opportunity to take my career to the "next level" would be quite amazing. If being a sex worker is what I'm meant to do, well, might as well take it as far as I can, right?
Keep reading, folks. Something tells me that 2010 is going to be one hell of a year.