Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Fantasy and reality (don't mix the two)
In the past few months I’ve noticed a few comments made on various sex industry forums by clients who have seen WG in casual surrounding: they’ve passed them on the street or seen them in the store.
The guys made comments about those WGs appearance. For instance, one guy commented that, although a particular girl hasn’t been advertising, he saw her on the street with her friends and she looked like she “ate too many candy bars and her face showed too many late night parties).
I realise there was no malice in the comments, HOWEVER...
You need to understand that this is the INDUSTRY forum, from which these girls derive a good portion of their income.
When you have paid for girl’s time (as in had a booking with her or even a paid coffee/dinner date), you have every right to come on the forum and comment on her appearance and the service you have received-whether it’s good, bad or different.
If you haven’t paid for her time (and, in fact, she had no idea you’ve seen her), it is unfair to make comments that could potentially affect her income negatively.
Most WGs (yes, I understand not all), especially truly professional ones, put a great deal of effort into preparing for the booking. This includes dressing carefully and applying make-up.
Believe you me, carefully applied make-up and hair style can make a world of difference and render a person almost unrecognisable a times.
Moisturising mask, eye cream, and steam facial will remove any traces of “tired” look, eye shadow applied certain way will make eyes look bigger, certain colours of lipstick will make lips look fuller and expertly applied blusher will give an appearance of high cheekbones.
Not to mention mineral powder make-up that will even out skin tone and hide all imperfections, giving a face a natural, healthy looking “glow”.
High heels, especially the ones shaped with the curve “under” the sole will visually elongate legs and make hips look smaller.
Stockings with high lace tops pulled up to certain heights over the knee will make legs longer still.
Corset will cinch the waste giving the appearance of “hourglass” figure.
Certain colours of clothes will reflect on face, giving it a rosy healthy tint.
Not to mention more advanced procedures: 45 min of Cavi-Lipo will significantly “flatten” the stomach (effect lasts for several hours) and so will 1 hour “slimming” body wrap.
IPL photo rejuvenation facial will erase few years, especially combined with LED red light or blue light. Same with acid peel and microdermabrasion.
The list goes on.
To stay in shape, a lot of girls work out. What they look like during exercise, without any make-up, hair pulled back into pony tail or a bun (or sticking out everywhere), comfy work-out clothes, all sweaty and unkempt is often a far cry from carefully coiffed appearance that client sees in a booking.
So, unless you have seen a WG professionally, kindly refrain from commenting on her appearance that may not be at all a reflection of what she looks like “fully done” and ready for “commercial consumption”, so to speak, based on fleeting encounter on the street/shop.
Problem with industry forums is that a lot of people are lurkers: there could be quite literally hundreds of people looking at your comments and, based on those, make the decision not to book a girl. Even if only one person decided not to book, it is still anywhere between $100-$250 loss for her, when all she did was walk down the street in her own spare time.
Guys, you pay your hard-earned money for a fantasy. If the girl didn’t deliver the fantasy or fell short of your expectations, by all means, air out your grievance.
But reality is girl’s own. It often has nothing to do with persona she sells commercially. So if you accidentally got a glimpse of it, leave it be. She wasn’t working-so you can’t associate what you saw with her work.
It may come as a surprise, but we don’t lounge around in our sexy lingerie, stockings and high heels all day long, perfectly made up and coiffed on our immaculately made up beds in our boudoirs: we have lives J