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« Reply #15 on: July 01, 2011, 12:37:30 PM »

A question for the women of CdM.

I was wondering when does sharing of information cross the line into the area of salacious gossip? Is there no censure on information and everything is open for discussion between Patrons in the demimonde? Would you be happy to hear from another Patron about her intimate experiences with your favourite companion?
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« Reply #16 on: July 01, 2011, 01:11:40 PM »

Interesting question Cole,

I have only shared with ladies of CdM about my seeing companions, I envy the ladies who feel free to share with other friends in there life.

Now to your question, I don't think that we as patrons should share everything about our experiences with a companion. Or at least I don't. I share to an extent, but never gossip about intimate, private moments. I think those our things that should stay private. I also respect the privacy of the companions that I see. I think that they deserve some respect in that area.

The only thing I think I would share is if something was 100% dangerous, and someone was in danger. But I have not come across any companions that fit in that category.

I hope that answers your question. ;)

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« Reply #17 on: July 01, 2011, 03:20:31 PM »


Hi Cole --

I personally think that sharing among the patrons would never be construed as gossip.  Salacious or not.  It would be more of a recommendation or not.  We women have a right to know if certain gentleman would be right for us based on another patrons experiences.

I would, however, never ask someone to share intimate experiences with me.  Only the basics.. manners, attitude, characteristics and overall enjoyment.  I would be very happy to hear about these details of my favorite companion from another patron to make sure I was getting a true read of the gentleman in question.

I agree with Annette though, if there was ever any negative issues or danger, it's our right as women to share that to protect future women.

Hope that helps.
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« Reply #18 on: July 01, 2011, 04:24:58 PM »

Personally, as the provider of a commercial service (regardless of how intimate it is) my attitude is that I need to _expect_ that my performance will be discussed in detail by my clients.

They may not, but If I expect that it will be, then that sets the tone for everything I do and guides my behaviour.  I don't expect to be able to get away with bad behaviour or poor performance, so I always try my hardest to provide for my client's needs.

I treat it a bit like email: if you don't want it appearing on the front page of the newspaper, then don't put it in an email, because if it's really important, then there's a real chance that is where it will end up.

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« Reply #19 on: February 02, 2012, 08:17:29 AM »

Our experiences as a male gigolo agency are like the ladies her on this topic have posted:  our patrons generally don't have any trouble with publishing their reviews, however without the intimate details. We have received more than 70 reviews and placed them 1:1 on our website www.gigolo-services.com, of course after having received permission to do so.
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« Reply #20 on: February 14, 2012, 04:40:27 AM »

A question for the women of CdM.

I was wondering when does sharing of information cross the line into the area of salacious gossip? Is there no censure on information and everything is open for discussion between Patrons in the demimonde? Would you be happy to hear from another Patron about her intimate experiences with your favourite companion?

As a newbie both to this site and to the role of patron, I am learning my way around this world. I am also in the process of (I believe) forming friendships with some of the ladies here. Tentative plans to one day meet - when we are on the same continent - have been made.  ;D

I have gratefully accepted advice from a couple of the ladies here, and learned from their experience - but at no time were names revealed to me.  Frankly, I would be fine if a lady told me she had met a companion and he was lovely / funny / witty, but I wouldn't want to hear intimate details from a woman I consider a friend.  (I used to know a woman who told me everything no matter how many times I told her I wasn't interested, so it put me off sharing...)  /rolleye 

If asked by a companion, I would seriously consider writing a review, though. Perhaps it's odd, but I see that as being different to comparing notes with a friend.  :)
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« Reply #21 on: April 09, 2012, 09:22:26 PM »

well.. the only thing you can do, when you write  the title of your website domain, then you may right the city that you are  interested to work in and in the keyword you can add few words of other cities or countries.,that will help to bring client all over the place
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