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Exploring My Personal Experience: How It Shaped My Journey and Perspective

I want to take some time to talk about my personal experiences in the industry. Before entering into sex work, I had a completely different career that had a big impact on my life, both good and bad. Unfortunately, I had to walk away from it due to a long list of reasons. Even though part of me wishes I could go back to that career, I am grateful for the amazing people I have in my life who support my choices and treat me with respect and dignity.

Since beginning this journey into sex work, I have seen both the good and bad in people. Good experiences can make my day, week, or even month. It can be as simple as a client telling me they had a great time or taking the time to read my website and making the process of arranging a meeting easily. These things and many others can make the work fun and enjoyable.

However, there are times when incidents happen that are not so pleasant. For example, I recently had a man call who was rude, crass, and downright unpleasant on the phone. He admitted to me that it was purely for entertainment for himself and his group of buddies who were with him. When I called him out on his behavior, he responded with name-calling instead of apologizing.

Unfortunately, this type of behavior is something I experience on a semi-regular basis. But in my personal life, the men I spend time with would never consider treating anyone like this. It gets me wondering when this sort of behavior became acceptable.

As a plus-size escort, I also deal with clients who respond negatively when I choose not to see them. Rather than responding politely, they insult me and call me names. This behavior is unacceptable, and no one is entitled to my services. I decide who I do and don’t see, and if you are polite and respectful, we can have a great time together.

I have come to the conclusion that there will always be people who behave inappropriately, but it’s important to call them out on their behavior and move on. Bullies will continue their behavior if they are not called out on it. I appreciate the respectful and polite gentlemen who contact me, and they make a difference in my attitude towards them and our time together.

In conclusion, these are my personal experiences, and I cannot speak for others as their experiences are different from mine. We all have our own unique experiences and react differently to them. However, it’s important to recognize and address unacceptable behavior and treat others with respect and dignity.

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