Escorts are people, and like all people, they are not defined by their work. Just like everyone else, escorts date, marry and/or have open relationships. Here’s our advice for that person who is dating an escort.
Prepare for an Open Relationship
Being in a relationship with an escort means, you are going to have to deal with the fact that they are going to be spending intimate time with clients as a part of their line of work. You need to be comfortable with that. It isn’t for everyone and it’s something to keep in mind when dating a service provider. It is important to be open and honest on how you feel and whether it’s a suitable relationship for both you and the escort.
Communication and honesty are vital and will help to ensure your relationship stays healthy. Just like any other job, this work can be tiring. Sex and intimacy are an escorts job, this can sometimes mean your partner may not be interested in sexual pleasure after a shift and this is something to be mindful of. It is no different to a chef who doesn’t feel like cooking after spending all working in a hot kitchen.
This is where communication and understanding are key, these are the perfect opportunities to “hang out”, cuddle and relax, maybe even encourage her to blow off steam and vent about her day. It is also understandable if you don’t want to know the “nitty gritty” about her job and that’s ok too. It really depends on the couple.
Be Aware of Your Level of Risk
Having a conversation together about potential risks may seem uncomfortable to approach but is worthwhile. What your partner uses to prevent herself from STI’s is her decision but talking about various methods of protection will be beneficial to both an escort and for you. After all this will affect both parties so it is ok to want reassurance that your escort partner is putting their safety first.
Be Conscious of Who You Are
It is important to be mindful of your emotional handling of being in a relationship with an escort. Some simply cannot handle sharing their partner with other people, whilst others can’t ignore the potential risks involved in the industry. Which is perfectly fine, no two relationships are the same and communication is everything. If it’s not something you can handle it is best for both yourself and your partner to walk away or to come to an arrangement that suits both of you.