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I'm sure this has been discussed before, but hell, I'm curious and fairly new, so I'll ask anyway:

 

What are the reasons some escorts change their screen names, sometimes frequently? I realize a percentage of those who do this are doing so to "mutate" and get around bad reviews, reputations, etc. But some others, who have no reviews, or even good reviews do it as well.

 

I guess my question about some escorts changing their names could go out to escorts and clients alike, but I'd be especially interested to get the escort's point of view on this, even if they haven't changed their screen names themselves.

 

Lastly, is it the general opinion of all that name changes should be taken as a warning sign?

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No, Chris, I don't think that all name changes should be considered warning signs. I have gone under four or five names during my long career and I still give excellent service. But it's not the same kind of excellent service that I used to give. Nor am I attractive to the same kinds of guys that I was when I started out.

 

Prior to '84, I didn't do massage. Prior to around '95, I didn't do so much leather. And, of course, I was much more the Twink back in '75, even though I was, even back then, a top. So when, because of aging or a natural change in my interests, my product changed, it was natural to change the name of it. If I were a baker who made a dynamite cookie which I named Bilbo's Chocolate Chip Bombers, but over the course of time got tired of working with chocolate or found it a lot more financially sound or whatever and replaced the chocolate chips in the recipe with white chocolate chips - well, I could keep the name almost the same and still be providing what was expected. But if I really fell in love with peanut butter flavored chips, I would have to change the name of the product, or people would be disappointed when they bit into it. (No, Helen, don't bite That!)

 

I also remember one time when where I put my major advertising push changed and the new place charged by the letter. Suddenly, I felt a need of a two letter name and became "Ty." Or sometimes Master Ty.

 

I just proved to myself recently that the name Blade no longer attracts attention from past regulars when I started advertising again in the paper. However, I am still a bit nervous that it might attract attention from Lilly Law since it is the name I was arrested under. Well, now I have DaddyBlade.com, so I have to keep the name Blade going in some places. But I will feel safer, not be any harder for my old clients to find, etc., using a different name in my print ads.

 

Anyone who wants to hire me talks to me first on the phone and would have a very easy time ascertaining that it was me, no matter if I called myself Jello. I honestly admit to anything I feel legally safe and morally correct in admitting.

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