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Do escorts get asked often if they will "cum" in a clients mouth? And if asked do you have any objections? It seems lately this has become more common, with guys I know saying they are asked bto do this frequently, . I was in Rio recently and it was very common down there for the guys to cum when they where ready no matter where the partners mouth was!

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STD's

 

Interesting, particularly given the post/e-mail discussion of STDs of recent.

 

Client requests include asking your HIV status; then wanting to know, if you claim to be negative, will come in their mouth, others, will you fuck them without a condom, finally, still others, if you will come inside them while fucking.

 

This does not take into account guys who want piss in their throat, up their ass, or simply on them.

 

This only scratches the surface of some of the esoteric, and in certain instances, risky, health-wise, requests. Cool whip, ice cubes, sweat, mayonnaise, cottage cheese, bathtubs full of Jell-O, etc. Though I admit some of these requests are from my days escorting in the mid-1990s in San Francisco, I have only gotten the sweat and ice cube request here in the last nine months.

 

As for Brazil, the ex from there would always tell me that many of the escorts, as with the models in the porn films, are straight and as so few heterosexual men in this country think twice about coming inside any female orifice, this must be viewed as cultural and through a prism of different awareness and educational campaigns on STDs, including HIV.

 

The important point -- and in all the verbiage, I do have one -- is the one I always make to all my clients: why would you take the word of a perfect stranger regarding HIV status if it is a matter of genuine concern. Decide for yourself what your boundaries are, consider which risks you will and will not expose yourself to and then act accordingly, with every single person you are sexually active with, irrespective of how you came to them or vice versa.

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>thanks for a very succient and on the point answer.

 

Glad to be of service. Succinct is the new watch word here at Franco di Santis Enterprises.

 

Of course, it is neither a watch nor is "succient" a word but that is neither here nor there.

 

More to the point, it is neither there nor here. Like answers to riddles. Water down falls. Sunshine, lolly pops and rainbows.

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RE: STD's

 

Thanks for a very balanced perspective. I just "assume" that my partner is HIV positive and make any "informed" sexual behavior decisions based on that premise. Later... Buck

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