Updated: Nov 15, 2019
I'd like to start this blog post by telling you all I love my job. I love being able to provide a safe space for men to be able to express themselves and to fulfil desires and fantasies. I love being intimate with men, and I find it easy to be affectionate with everyone I meet. I love giving cuddles, and this naturally extends into being a generous and sensitive lover.
I ventured into escorting from being a sugar baby for the clarity around money, the increased freedom from having a highly flexible schedule, and the ability to create a brand to apply my marketing degree.
I believe it is important for men in particular to be able to visit temporary lovers for companionship and intimacy in a safe, welcoming and judgement-free space. I believe everyone deserves to be understood, respected, and valued, particularly in light of New Zealand's recent mental health issues. I've always been interested in helping people, I like being an asset in other people's lives, and I really wanted to be a psychologist until I realised how long it takes to become one. I view my sex work as a form of therapy for my clients. Men from all walks of life come to visit me to escape from their own lives, to relax and unwind, to feel connected and to be intimate. Everyone wants to feel valued, and this is the foundation of my service. I genuinely love sex, and this is obviously the main part of my service; the therapy aspect is interwoven into the intimacy we share together.
Sex work has always been viewed negatively; we're mentally unwell, addicted to drugs, or even forced into it by pimps. I know this stigma exists for a reason: it's true for many young women in many parts of the world, including New Zealand. I am not, and will never be one of these girls. I am completely drug and smoke free, and nobody tells me what to do. I enjoy working independently on my own terms, and I believe this adds value to the service I offer. My clients are wonderful men, and I enjoy being able to provide a premium, authentic service which focuses on fulfilling and satisfying emotional and physical desires.