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A marketing question: Are you any more inclined to contact an escort who advertises himself BY NAME (even if, presumably, he's made it up) rather than a nameless fellow who only advertises BY DESCRIPTION (for example, "The Guy Next Door" or "Jock Top" or "Muscle Stud")? In other words, do you prefer to know what to CALL HIM before you CALL HIM?

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I prefer to see a name, either in the body of the ad or in the headline. Which one doesn't matter. However, I have replied to ads via email where the guy's name is not stated and asked "What is your name?" If they don't tell me, I move on.

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"""Even though I know it's a stage name, names, for me, start the process on a more personal level."""

 

 

 

I go even farther....after initial contact & if a date is going to happen, I request knowing their actual (real) first name.....I think most guys offer it up honestly....I then use that (real) name while we're in bed.....of course 1 guy long ago in LA who went by the name of "Buck".....I had too much fun with wordplay there to want to call him anything else.

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I request knowing their actual (real) first name

 

I never push or press people to share information like real names or other, if they wouldn't volunteer it themselves. For me any given name or even a nickname suffice.

 

Discretion is of utmost importance to me and my clients. Unfortunately, some people lack discretion, and personal information (and I'm not talking about real names) can freely and easily circulate in this small world.

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"""I never push or press people to share information like real names"""

 

 

Steven - I don't push or press....I merely request....If he runs an ad under "Joe" & then tells me his real 1st name is "Bob", I readily accept "Bob".....I would never use "Bob" except with him himself.....& I simply "enjoy" the God-given, errrr mom&dad-given actual real 1st name of guys I go to bed with....it's a quirk of mine, I guess.

I guess I won't mention here that I also like to know a guy's actual & truthful age......but that's another story anyway :)

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An amusing bit from another thread that relates to this one ...

 

In Australia, most male sex workers are 20 to 30 years old. According to their online profiles ... they are fit, keen on body building, good-looking, have a habit of being called Jake and more often than not have brown hair and brown eyes.

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I never push or press people to share information like real names or other, if they wouldn't volunteer it themselves. For me any given name or even a nickname suffice.

 

Discretion is of utmost importance to me and my clients. Unfortunately, some people lack discretion, and personal information (and I'm not talking about real names) can freely and easily circulate in this small world.[/color]

 

I'm with you there, Steven. I do need a real phone number (as opposed to an internet generated one) for safety, but name and any other private piece of information is irrelevant to me unless my client wants to volunteer.

 

As for my real name, I have been in this line of work many years and while most clients are wonderful and respectful I have seen many trusting escorts have their private information misused by angry clients, stalkers and the like. I decided from the very first day I escorted that I would have absolute control on my image, my face and my name and so far it has worked really well for me.

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I prefer to know the non-professional name of the escorts i hire, not a requirement but a preference. When I whisper or groan out a name, I prefer it to be a connection to the person not the persona.

 

I am a trustworthy individual but I have full understanding that some escorts are anxious about having their name known and the problems that may bring. However, if I am meeting at a hotel, I do want to be able to give the desk clerk a name that also appears on the register. I have had the awkward situation of coming to a hotel and having only a room number and an alias. The hotel was upscale but the desk clerk was not and it was a needlessly uncomfortable situation and a bad start to what is supposed to be a stress relieving encounter. So esocrts, do you leave both names at the front desk?

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