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Provider Reviews….Hot or Not?

The nature of any service business is to be judged by its patrons.  It goes without saying then, that companions would be reviewed as well.  Of course, there are a small fraction of women who prefer not to be, and I honestly think it is a bit arrogant.

Admittedly, most of my clients prefer not to review,  and that is fine with me.  I think the ones that do see it as a way to recognize the provider and to let fellow hobbyist know what they can generally expect. I say generally, because its different with every gentleman.  There is no “one size fits all” service.  As in any other business, it is important to listen but most importantly to pay attention to body language.  It is often what someday doesn’t say that is what they are really trying to articulate.

Hot or not….reviews do give providers the stamp of legitimacy that most clients need to feel safe.. and isn’t that what’s it’s all about?   Making the client feel comfortable?

Yours truly,

your kinky courtesan xx

I'm a writer and a lover not a fighter, except if I really want something.

One Comment

  • micklively

    It is reasonable to conduct a post-coital interview? If the client is willing, questions such as “was that good for you?” or “what could I have done that would have made it better?” or “what would you like me to do next time?” seem OK to me. Have you ever tried anything similar? I think I’d like to be asked, but that’s just me.
    I recall reading a blog of a “client” who was singing the praises of his “provider”. He said it was the most amazing experience: from the very moment he arrived, until their parting, she made him feel absolutely adored, the sexiest, most desireable man alive.
    Which leads me to wonder what levels of repeat business you get.

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