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Getting PAID for doing what I used to do for FREE: Part 2. The Realities

Getting PAID for doing what I used to do for FREE: Part 2. The Realities The Beautiful Kind
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It’s all well and good to decide to become a paid sex worker, but going from theory to practice can be a lot more complicated than you might imagine.

  Oh, My!

Here’s my ad:

“Fantasies and Fetishes and Feeling Good, Oh My!

So many people are ashamed of their fantasies, and they shouldn't be. I'm hoping to break down some barriers and make some fantasies come true. I'm here to help people and spread good feelings safely.

I’m Elisabeth. I’m 29, 5’4”, 120 lbs., natural, long dark blonde hair, blue eyes, pretty face, bi. I have the body of a Greek goddess—pale, very soft, no tattoos, with small breasts and curvy hips and ass. I’m a writer who loves hands-on experience.

My ideal clients:
• older men (I heart older men!)
• a couple looking for a third (just add Elisabeth!)
• regular, sweet guys wanting a physical connection
• men from other countries experiencing a culture barrier
• geeks experiencing a social barrier
• classy men in town for business
• respectful (as opposed to resentful) men who aren’t getting the female attention they deserve
• guys who want to explore something their partner isn’t down with

Here are some ideas:
• Are you an older man who fantasizes about being with a younger, beautiful woman?
• Do you want someone you can safely confide in?
• Do you want to add spice to your life?
• Would you like to see a beautiful woman bathe? Undress her? Play with her hair?
• Do you want to shave me? Eat at the Y?
• Do you want intelligent conversation in the nude?
• Do you want to mutually masturbate?
• Do you want someone you can wear women's clothing with?
• Do you have a foot fetish? A panty fetish? A role-playing fantasy? A risqué location in mind, such as your office?

Sorry, I’m not into drugs, illegal activities (it’s so lame this is considered illegal! But then again, so is oral sex in this state) racism, bad hygiene, scat, or adults wearing diapers.

Drop me a line and share your kink/fantasy/that thing that drives you crazy. If it’s something I also want to explore, I’ll contact you. I live in town and am available mornings, lunches, afternoons, evenings, and some weekends. I’m not available for late night/midnight calls—I need my beauty rest!

300/hr. Discounts available for established clients.”



And away we go…

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