Thursday, 9 December 2010

Sex for sale

For a lot of men, certainly most of the men I know, the thought of paying for sex is demeaning , taking the view that to pay for it means that they are not attractive or charismatic enough to find women who want to have sex with them for its own sake. This is something I can understand

But for some men, the idea of paying for sex gives it an additional glamorous edge, and the love the idea that they have bought this woman for an agreed period of time and that she is theirs to do with as they wish for as long as they wish.

The couple of images here, for me at least, encapsulates that concept perfectly. The men with their expensive tailoring contrasting with the women attired to be sexually alluring. The kneeling girl with her ripe breasts offered up in their lacy bra, and the girl in the car playing with herself to give the man an idea of what pleasures await when they get to his hotel or flat are perfect examples of how we like to think of professional ladies of the night.

Where do I stand on the subject? Best not to comment.


  1. I admit to being intrigued by the idea, myself.

    Like you said, best not to comment.


  2. Ladies

    here's an idea with which i have had much fun with some of my 'fans'
    one books an hotel room then one drops one's 'fan' off and she goes to the bar, preferably busy and then after a while one drifts in, orders a drink eye her, try to make eye contact and then drift over to make conversation and she rejects, try again and make sure the rest of the bar can see what's going on - then eventually after a drink or two check whether she's up for 'business' by which time she can either be mortified or er, gagging for it
    eventually after much playacting and goggling from other customers drift upstairs - my experience is that by that stage horniness hardly describes the situation particularly if the play acting continues

    phew, i must lie down after just remembering these scenario