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« Reply #15 on: October 01, 2014, 01:25:08 PM »

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Pete: It's either there or it's not. If someone tries to fake it, it comes across as phony and irritating. I do think a person can develop it over time, though.

Yes, this is how I feel too. Quinn, thank you.
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« Reply #16 on: October 01, 2014, 02:06:59 PM »

Quinn, Miss S,

Thank you for giving your opinions.

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« Reply #17 on: October 01, 2014, 05:45:20 PM »


"I want to be a male escort for ladies as im passinote about sex nd I always satisfies the women nd any women with mee in bed never forget meee"



LOL For some reason this conjured a mental image of this gentleman falling off the precipice-like edge of a bed, exclaiming "Never forget meeeeeeee......*thunk*"

 /LOL
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« Reply #18 on: January 12, 2015, 06:26:52 AM »

Maybe it will work out for him if he can manage to keep his mouth busy with activities other than trying to speak.  ???

Ha!

I actually think intelligence is pretty important for most women. In my experience, there is a pretty direct correlation between intelligence and a good overall experience: particularly in the larger definition of intelligence incorporating social and emotional intelligence.

I agree Matthias, intelligence is paramount. if a companion cannot carry a conversation across many different topics, it makes it difficult to build rapport, or to engage smart women on a level they expect.

Having said that, personally i find that EQ is MUCH more important than IQ! Women want connection. An outlet. A freedom to be themselves, and a safe space. Often I find myself sitting somewhere between a therapist, a friend, a lover, and an overall chameleon, depending entirely on the needs of my client at any given time. No matter where I sit in any moment, the key is to BE in the  moment. Present, engaged, and there for HER. One hundred percent. NONE of this work is about us, but entirely about our client. Always and in all ways. Period.
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« Reply #19 on: January 12, 2015, 07:27:04 AM »

I think the movie, "My Best Friend's Wedding" best exemplifies what I think a male companion should be like.  Even though Julia Robert's character's boss was gay (ok, we do want the companion to be completely straight) the way he was there for her even when she was being a total nutjob was amazing.  He was comforting when she wanted to be comforted, supportive when she was lost, truthful when it was imperative she hear the truth and an awesome dancer when she really needed to dance her blues away. Plus he was a helluva lot of fun!  His character was a character who simply got women and he knew how to be there -- just a knight in shining armor whenever she fired off a spoken or non-spoken SOS.  A man like that who is straight (handsome, charming and sexy, with at least a $700 haircut doesn't hurt either) -- no woman could resist him.  We would gladly stand patiently in line awaiting our turn to be to be putty in his hands.

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« Reply #20 on: February 09, 2015, 11:29:44 PM »

If the sexual part is illegal it's not worth the risk? I disagree. No risk, no reward. Sometimes, a little rule-breaking adds an element of excitement and is what the world needs.

I have to be very physically attractive? I have to refer to the age-old cliche that beauty is in the mind of the beholder. Look at the Japanese host industry. Generally speaking, the physical appearance of those hosts is not very sexually appealing to many women from other countries or cultures. You certainly won't see that type on the cover of an American romance novel. However, Japanese women find the look extremely attractive. I've also been surprised at the appearance of some non-Japanese straight male escorts who still find work.
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« Reply #21 on: February 12, 2015, 02:29:32 AM »



I have to be very physically attractive?

You don't have to be, no. However, being very good-looking won't exactly harm your business. I only see very traditionally handsome companions. I am superficial like that.
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« Reply #22 on: February 24, 2015, 11:32:12 AM »


"I want to be a male escort for ladies as im passinote about sex nd I always satisfies the women nd any women with mee in bed never forget meee"


LOL For some reason this conjured a mental image of this gentleman falling off the precipice-like edge of a bed, exclaiming "Never forget meeeeeeee......*thunk*"

LMAO

Boy, do I get a lot of those...   ::)
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