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Hey, I'm a professional guy, early 30s and new to all this. So a few admittedly naive questions that you "veterans" might be able to answer:

 

1. Are the guys on here the 'cream of the crop' so to speak, or is there another layer of guys (in NY and LA) who service movie stars and CEOs, get $500/hour and up for their services, and find clients by word-of-mouth?

 

2. Why don't all escorts use Viagra? I see so many reviews where guys couldn't get it up and I think, damn, if I was an escort I'd have a non-stop supply.

 

3. I'm a little leery of using an agency because I keep thinking that they keep records and that they are more likely to attract police activity. Or am I just being paranoid?

 

4. This one's for the escorts- have you ever had a well-known actor or sports figure as a client? (I realize you can't name names)

 

5. (Final one) Why do so many posters equate personal hygiene with negative HIV status? Just because a guy took a shower before he met you doesn't mean he's disease free.

 

Thanks

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1. The guys here are very good, but to get the best you have to go to a building in Alphabet City, knock on the door and whisper "cat guts" three times in G flat. They'll then slip you a list of escorts known only to rock stars and politicians. Email me if you'd like the address.

 

2. If you take Viagra more than twice a year, your hair falls out; more than three times a year and all muscle tone collapses; and more than four times in a year, your cock shrinks to 3 inches. If you forget all else in this post, remember these words and live by them.

 

3. All agencies write down your info on flammable paper using invisible ink. It's so fool-proof that you can use your company credit card without worrying. Never lose a wink of sleep after using the card with an agency thinking that your boss will find out and fire your ass. Charge away.

 

4. I know I'm not letting the cat out of the bag with this one, but several escorts reviewed here have told me how Dubya likes to bark like a dog when taking it from behind.

 

5. Sorry to disagree with you here, but it's a known fact that Old Spice deodorant rubbed under each arm prior to anal intercourse makes it impossible to contract HIV. Rub under one and you're done, but with two, you're like new.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Later.

 

PS. Very slow day in the office.

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Guest regulation

>1. Are the guys on here

>the 'cream of the crop'

>so to speak, or is

>there another layer of guys

>(in NY and LA) who

>service movie stars and CEOs,

>get $500/hour and up for

>their services, and find clients

>by word-of-mouth?

>

 

No, there's no "other layer" of escorts such as you describe. Many of the escorts who are reviewed here have wealthy clients. The late Gianni Versace reportedly used an agency in Miami that still advertises in HOTSPOTS magazine, but to the best of my knowledge anyone can use that agency. As to higher rates, some escorts who have appeared in many porn videos charge higher rates because their visibility makes them more desirable to some clients.

 

>3. I'm a little leery of

>using an agency because I

>keep thinking that they keep

>records and that they are

>more likely to attract police

>activity. Or am I just

>being paranoid?

 

No, you're not being paranoid. There aren't many gay agencies that stay in business for a long period of time, but the few that do are certainly known to the local authorities. Whether they keep records that could be used to identify clients is another issue. I don't think there is any way for you to obtain reliable information on that issue.

 

>5. (Final one) Why do so

>many posters equate personal hygiene

>with negative HIV status?

 

Where did you get that idea?

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>1. Are the guys on here

>the 'cream of the crop'

>so to speak, or is

>there another layer of guys

>(in NY and LA) who

>service movie stars and CEOs,

>get $500/hour and up for

>their services, and find clients

>by word-of-mouth?

 

There are many escorts that have never been heard about here. I'm sure some are at the top of the scale (just as some are not). Their clients just simply haven't posted reviews.

 

In general, though, the escorts who participate in discussions here are highly regarded because they clearly take the time to interact with us, the buying public.

 

>2. Why don't all escorts use

>Viagra? I see so many

>reviews where guys couldn't get

>it up and I think,

>damn, if I was an

>escort I'd have a non-stop

>supply.

 

First, Viagra has side-effects that are worse in some people than in others.

 

Second, it isn't a guarantee. I was once in the dressing room with a pornstar pal just before his appearance at a local strip club. He popped a Viagra because he wasn't feeling very horny and it still didn't help. And this is a guy that has a rep in the industry for being rock hard at the snap of a finger.

 

He was just tired. Even Viagra won't help that.

 

>3. I'm a little leery of

>using an agency because I

>keep thinking that they keep

>records and that they are

>more likely to attract police

>activity. Or am I just

>being paranoid?

 

There are far better reasons not to use most agencies (although there are exceptions). But yes, you're being paranoid.

 

>4. This one's for the escorts-

>have you ever had a

>well-known actor or sports figure

>as a client? (I realize

>you can't name names)

 

Many of them have and no, they can't name names. Perhaps you heard about that lawsuit Tom Cruise filed recently?

 

>5. (Final one) Why do so

>many posters equate personal hygiene

>with negative HIV status?

>Just because a guy took

>a shower before he met

>you doesn't mean he's disease

>free.

 

This one seems a little off the wall. I'm not sure where you got the impression or what you're really after.

 

But a shower IS a must! ;-)

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regulation and deej both wondered where question #5 (Why do

so many posters equate personal hygiene with negative HIV

status?) might have come from. It comes from remarks like:

 

> And then came the topping--safe, of course, but I

> would not object to his barebacking (He is that clean.)

 

from review #11 of "Marc - Triad, NC". In my experience, this

kind of talk isn't especially common--but it's not unheard of.

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>3. I'm a little leery of

>using an agency because I

>keep thinking that they keep

>records and that they are

>more likely to attract police

>activity. Or am I just

>being paranoid?

 

Ex, I use an agency just because I think it is safer. Until this site offered me the chance to research guys before I went to other cities, I was afraid to hire someone out of a local rag since I didn't know if they might be the cops. By using an agency, I figured that I avoided that issue.

 

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Not necessarily. I can't remember many of the details, but I remember reading on a message board somewhere a while back about an agency that was raided by the cops who then posed as the agency people, basically setting up people who called them. It's rare, but not unheard of.

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>Not necessarily. I can't remember many

>of the details, but I

>remember reading on a message

>board somewhere a while back

>about an agency that was

>raided by the cops who

>then posed as the agency

>people, basically setting up people

>who called them. It's rare,

>but not unheard of.

 

 

You're right! I read the same thing somewhere! It's a VERY scary thought.

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Much as I would love to have y'all come on over heah to little ole Houston, I can't just be a civic drumbeater all of the time. I believe that the incident you are referring to, with the cops running the escort agency as a sting, happened (or at least one place it happened) was right here in Houston. It took on small (to some) international complications when one one the clients entrapped was an assistant CEO in a Scottish company and very definitely lost his job because of it.

 

It is my opinion, and I believe that I read it somewhere as well, that the police are more likely to bust an escort agency rather than individuals because they have somehow come to the conclusion that many escort agencies have knowledge of the illicit drug trade. I believe when I was entrapped it was because my ads looked a little like an agency's (There were two of us operating together.) and when we were arrested and I volunteered the information that we knew nothing about drugs, the main policeman quized us for a couple of minutes about the poppers we had had in our pockets.

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