Questions You’ve Always Wanted to Ask an Escort

You know what an escort is, you know what they do, and you know what to expect when you book one… but what about the stuff you don’t know?

The world of escorting still remains a mystery for many punters out there, even those who have engaged with escorts in the past. It’s only human to be curious about someone’s profession, yet there’s often a hesitancy to ask such questions to an escort. Concerns like, “Will what I say offend her?”, “Is it rude to ask personal questions?” or “Will she walk off if I do and leave me to play with myself?” are quite common!

For those who still have lingering questions regarding escorts and their lifestyles, we’ve got your back. Let us take you through some of the most commonly asked questions about escorts, highlighting which are okay to ask, and which are definitely not.

Commonly-Asked Questions About Escorts

We know you’ve got questions, lots of them. And while these might not be the sort of queries you’d want to toss at an escort during your time together (because let’s face it, there’s something else you’d rather be doing), we’re here to offer some clarity.

We might not be the escort you’re itching to chat up (despite our ravishing good looks), but we can certainly shed some light on these mysteries.

Is the escorting industry dangerous?

Someone’s been watching ‘Taken’!

Sure, like any profession involving close personal interaction, there are risks. However, many escorts take extensive measures to ensure their safety, like working with reputable agencies, screening potential clients, and setting clear boundaries.

How do women become escorts?

There might not be a college degree for it (not just yet), but becoming an escort often involves a deliberate choice.

Some start by contacting agencies that help manage bookings and provide a level of security, even going on to become a Tippelstraat escort in Amsterdam, while others might go independent, using online platforms to find clients.

Why do women become escorts?

If only there was a singular answer for this one.

For many, it’s the financial appeal, as escorting can be a great way of raking in the cash. Others are attracted to the flexibility it offers, allowing them to work around personal commitments or studies. And yes, believe it or not, some genuinely enjoy the social and intimate interactions that come with the job!

How much money do escorts make?

Well, the earnings can vary wildly depending on a few different factors like location, client base, and the hours they’re willing to work.

Some might make a modest sum that complements their lifestyle, such as Red Light District workers! For normal evenings, their profits can range between 200 to 600 euros, which isn’t too bad for a few hour’s work. As for the sex workers with much more experience and a higher social status, these girls may earn figures that make them the envy of Wall Street bankers.

Is it hard to have a relationship as an escort?

Relationships can be tricky for anyone, but being an escort no doubt adds a little more complexity to the situation.

As you might have guessed, it demands a ton of understanding and trust from a partner. It’s your girlfriend having sex with strangers, after all! However, many escorts do maintain successful long-term relationships with ease, as long as the other half is completely comfortable with what she does. Easier said than done… but it can be done.

Questions That Are Okay to Ask an Escort

Before things get too hot and sweaty, you might want to break the ice with some light conversation, right?

Making conversation with an escort is perfect for those aiming to ease into the experience, whether you’re out for dinner or looking for a genuine Girlfriend Experience. Here’s a round-up of questions that are okay to ask – just keep it light and steer clear of anything too personal.

  • What are your hobbies?
  • What do you like most about [the city you’re meeting in]?
  • What’s your secret talent?
  • What is one thing you’ve always wanted to do?
  • What is your favourite meal?

Questions That Are Not Okay To Ask an Escort

Now, you might be thinking: Haven’t you already covered the questions not to ask an escort? Well yes, we have, but now we want to take you through the questions that might come up in the heat of the moment.

While we’ve all been caught with our foot in our mouths at one time or another, here’s how to avoid being “that guy” when the conversation heats up. Here are some questions that can quickly turn the mood south, and why:

What’s the worst experience you’ve ever had with a client?

Easy tiger. Similar to bringing up someone’s ex during a first date, asking this question is a major no-go… one that could even drag up potentially traumatic memories.

Can I get a discount?

Damn… talk about a mood killer. Asking for a discount can come off as disrespectful to her professionalism, so just bite the bullet and pay her full price to show that you value her company.

Where do you live?

This is a pretty obvious one – it’s a question that is way too personal, one that gives off stalker vibes, and one that can make her feel unsafe or uncomfortable.

What’s your real name?

Many escorts use professional names for privacy and safety. Asking for her real name can come across as intrusive and a bit creepy, so it’s best to just not even push the question.

What does your partner or family think of your job?

Regardless of the job, family matters are private, period. Enough said.

How many clients did you see today?

Who do you think you are? Her clingy boyfriend or nosy accountant? Asking this question is not only intrusive but can even come across as judgmental.

How long have you worked as an escort?

 Now, this may seem like a harmless question, but it’s often a sneaky way used by clients to calculate an escort’s number of past clients. Again, this is a personal matter and, again, can feel judgmental.

Ready to Book an Escort?

Now that you’re all clued up, it’s time to get back out there and book an escort! Just remember to keep it classy, keep it respectful, and most importantly, keep it fun.