“For an Escort”

A qualifying suffix and it’s all society’s fault

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Back when I used to sell advertising to escorts, I dealt with a lot of sex-for-sale people. But that doesn’t account for everybody I encountered on the ad-selling stroll. There were colleagues, competitors, and the people to whom I forwarded those ads who worked at papers and websites.




The gory details and behind the scenes stories about pay for play practitioners

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