WEIGHT: 63 kg
Sex services: Oral Without (at discretion), Dinner Dates, Cum in mouth, Massage, Face Sitting
Interesting title graphics, don't you think? Maybe you belong to that group yourself. If that concerns you, don't worry Don't get me wrong. I don't view the majority of those who visit my website and obtain my services as morons who don't deserve respect. You are currently engaged in one such bit, and for that I thank you. I completely understand if you stop reading, and move on to an area of my site which better reflects the whole reason you visited in the first place.
Upon entering the sex trade in mid, my opinion of escort review boards was generally positive in nature. Review boards also provided a means by which clients could alert others to the more benign indiscretions commonly committed by sex workers. Regardless of which side of the transaction they found themselves. When one takes into account the regular nature of assaults and robberies where clients are the unfortunate victims, one would have to say the answer is no, it has not.
It is a well-known fact that sex workers are not generally viewed as the most trustworthy members of society. There is no excuse for the unacceptable actions of many sex workers. Often, in ways far more insidious and evil than the petty robberies and annoying trickery commonly committed by sex workers. Unfortunately, sex workers fall victim to these acts at a rate exponentially higher than almost any other occupation, or sector of society.
In their earliest incarnations, escort review boards were places which also promoted sex worker safety. The culture promoted within escort review forums has become extremely toxic.
Clients regularly attack, and engage in full-on flame wars with other clients. The worst example of this occurs anytime a client who is new to the forum posts a review of a girl. Often implying the positive review was actually authored by the provider it compliments. This makes new board members often too intimidated to ever even consider leaving positive reviews. Most of which contain hurtful, demeaning comments, very personal insults, and do nothing to improve the overall relationship shared between clients and providers.