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A few years back, on my article about pornography addiction , a reader named John Jones asked about prostitution:.
I do have a major problem. Every few months I get a prostitute. Can you please write an article about prostitution? Or give me some advice. I read a lot of your writings, and I gotta admit, I aspire to be like you and think the way you do.
You really do have it together, brother. So, let me say before I get into this, there are a lot of men with entrenched, emotional opinions about this issue within the manosphere on the Internet. Some of these guys love prostitutes, and view any advice against using prostitutes as a personal attack. Or they view criticism as a personal attack that undermines their personal value or status as men. Chase woke up one day in tired of being alone. So, he set to work and read every book he could find, studied every teacher he could meet, and talked to every girl he could talk to to figure out dating.
After four years, scads of lays, and many great girlfriends plus plenty of failures along the way , he launched this website. He will teach you everything he knows about girls in one single program in his One Date System. Kindly provide your email address to have a read link mailed to you, or enable cookies and reload the page to read the article.
Connect to your existing Cracked account if you have one or create a new Cracked username. Most of what you know about prostitution you presumably gleaned from pop culture -- crime movies and TV shows and Grand Theft Auto , all of which portray the illegal, back-alley trade. Girls with pimps and crippling addictions, climbing into cars with strangers. But prostitution is legal in many parts of the world and in one U. There you find brothels like the Bunny Ranch , where I worked.
Maybe you're thinking "How? White, and I'll tell you everything you need to know about legal whoredom. Cosmo lied to you about sex. Read our De-Textbook and learn just how. TV set me on the road to prostitution. OK, that isn't exactly true. It portrayed life at the Bunny Ranch, where I eventually applied for a job on a dare, as girls often do. Six months later, they asked me to fly in and start work.
Not "apply," mind you. They weren't calling me down for a job interview. The email was asking me to start -- in a week.
Fortunately, I started in the post-HBO era. This was a huge shock, because the one thing I remembered from the show was the interviews: New girls had to deep-throat a banana or pass some other sort of test to prove they were ready.
But in reality, you're just thrown into it. There's no training, no "Introduction to Hooking" course. He was an older gentleman, probably in his 60s, and it was pretty much a straight-up half-oral, half-sex encounter, which is a popular choice. Before him, my first actual client, I didn't know if I was going to be able to deal with it. Then it was done, the world didn't end, and I knew I could do the job. It takes longer to learn how to be a waitress at Olive Garden.
The next thing you learn about being a professional prostitute is that even working at a legal brothel, you get a lot of interaction with law enforcement.
When you start you have to register with the police, which involves taking a questionnaire that makes sure you've never been an illegal prostitute this is that rare career where experience in the industry actually disqualifies you.
And then there are weekly STD tests, where a doctor goes through a queue of vaginas with the emotional investment and precision of a factory robot. You can get used to anything if you see enough of it.
As a new hooker, the closest thing I had to training was from my Bunny Sister. She gave me advice on how to negotiate and taught me the least sexy skill involved in being a legal whore: As soon as you've met your client and agreed on a price, you have to take him back into your room and carry out an inspection. You tell the guy to drop his pants, and then you hunker down there and inspect some genitals. Some girls keep a light by the bed to make it easier, but I rarely felt like more light would have helped matters.
What are you looking for? Bumps, sores, bleeding wounds, literal spiders -- all the kinds of stuff you don't want to think about immediately before sex. Yet there you are, prodding some wang and dreaming up Seussian names for all the STDs it might carry. Red pills for the clap! Pills for Crumpunktering Pinkertumb Staph! The best tip I ever got was to turn the dick check into a sexy little prelude to the real action with a hot towel massage to the guy's junk.
You get cleaner dicks, and happier clients. You can take that tidbit back to the bedroom with you, ladies. Sometimes a client will come in and not have a clear idea of what he wants. In that case, the girls on duty will get in a line-up and let the client pick. I got picked the first time I ever went out, and initially I took it as a compliment -- but then I learned many of the regulars go straight for the new girls.
First-timers don't know how to haggle, and haggling is the most important skill for a professional prostitute. I was always scared to ask for big money, because honestly I know me , and I just feel like a regular girl. I'm not some kind of supernaturally good lover or anything. I was one of the bigger girls there, and I'd wonder, "How can I ask for the same amount of money as all my skinny-ass co-workers?
In that way, prostitution was actually good for my self-esteem. I came into the business with a lot of body-image issues, and previous webcam work only made those worse. You think cat-calling construction workers are bad? Look at the shit men on the Internet post when they've seen a part of your naked body.
But the guys at the brothel were always very complimentary, and clearly happy to be with me. It illustrated the large gap between "how women look in magazines" and "what guys actually want. I had a friend who did really well...