Frequently Asked Questions
This page is a work in progress.
Due to this pandemic, I am no longer seeing clients in person until government measures allow for non-essential businesses to reopen.
On safe sex...
I only practice safe sexual services and this includes protected oral. If you request uncovered services during the inquiry process, I reserve the right to not engage in activities such as kissing during our booking. I have a duty of care to all my clients (and their potential partners) to practice safely with everyone.
On drugs and smoking...
I am completely drug and smoke free. I appreciate your ability to refrain from using or offering these substances in my presence. Please let me know if you have engaged in any illicit substances prior to our booking; I prefer to be informed for my own safety and well-being.
How long have you been a sex worker?
I have been an independent full service sex worker for nearly two years.
How do you greet clients?
I always greet clients wearing either a blouse and jeans or a form-fitting dress, and always with a big smile and a warm hug. Starting the session fully dressed allows a chance for us to build rapport and become comfortable with each other before delving into intimacy. Clients are always welcome to make requests - if you'd rather I greeted you in lingerie and a robe, please ask!
Do you see clients of X race?
My choices to see clients are based on their ability to respect my profession and boundaries rather than ethnicity. I screen out people who make no effort in their inquiries and who are outwardly rude or demanding.
Do you see clients who are disabled?
Yes. I have experience providing my services to men who have a range of physical and mental disabilities, and I am comfortable working with carers to ensure the best experience possible for you.
Why don't you offer anal services?
I'm including this question because I am often asked in inquiries. I am deeply uncomfortable offering these services to most of my clients due to previous work-related trauma.
Could you send me a face picture?
I have made a very conscious decision to not have my face in any of my advertising because of the stigma attached to this industry on a global scale. Though I believe you will keep the photo safe, I cannot trust this will not be leaked at some stage. You are welcome to book a social date if you are worried I am not facially attractive.