Does Jane Exist? Do you think women buy sex?

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Does Jane Exist? Do you think women buy sex?

NuMe NuMe
Today's SexIs article "Solicitation:The Secret Life of Johns, Part Two — The Secret Life of Jane" by Rachel Rabbit White, was not only extremely fascinating, but quite informative as well.

What are your thoughts on this topic?

And on a more personal level (if you're willing to share)... Would you hire an escort? Under what circumstances (would it be different if you were away on vacation)? Why or why not?
04/13/2011
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Dusk Dusk
Quote:
Originally posted by NuMe
Today's SexIs article "Solicitation:The Secret Life of Johns, Part Two — The Secret Life of Jane" by Rachel Rabbit White, was not only extremely fascinating, but quite informative as well.



What are your thoughts on this ...
I wouldn't hire an escort, simply because sex is much more of an important, deep, personal thing for me that I wouldn't want to share with just anyone.
04/13/2011
Sammi Sammi
I'd be surprised, honestly, if Janes didn't exist.
04/13/2011
sacchigreen sacchigreen
It seems to me that buying sex is, in a way, buying power. Men take the power for granted, but for women there's still something new and intoxicating about gaining that sort of power.

No, I haven't done it, but now that the idea has occurred to me, I'm pretty sure I'll be writing fiction about it.
04/13/2011
NuMe NuMe
Quote:
Originally posted by sacchigreen
It seems to me that buying sex is, in a way, buying power. Men take the power for granted, but for women there's still something new and intoxicating about gaining that sort of power.



No, I haven't done it, but now that the ...
I want to read it!

I like your insights. And even though it's definitely something I would never do, I find it quite intriguing.
04/13/2011
joja joja
Quote:
Originally posted by sacchigreen
It seems to me that buying sex is, in a way, buying power. Men take the power for granted, but for women there's still something new and intoxicating about gaining that sort of power.



No, I haven't done it, but now that the ...
That's an interesting take on it. From what I've read in sociological studies of sex work, a large proportion of female prostitutes find their work empowering - they feel that they are in full control of their body and situation, and enjoy manipulating men for money.

I don't think there is a power exchange inherent in sex.
04/13/2011
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