Escort Safety

Escort Safety

Anyone who tells you escorting is 100% safe is either fooling you, or fooling themselves. We live in an unsafe world, there’s lots of professions out there aside from escorting that are plenty risky. Being a police officer, a soldier, a firefighter, delivering pizza, being a nurse or doctor, they all come with their own set of risks. The risks should not scare you away from becoming an escort, however you should be fully aware of all risks before getting involved. One of the reasons I feel so strongly about this, is if you’re aware of the risks, it’s easier for you to avoid them and be conscious of them. If you go into blind and you end up falling victim to one of the risks being an escort you can end up full of regret, self pity and consumed by the thoughts of “what if”.

Screening Escort Clients

One of the most important things you need to do is screen your clients. Some escorts will go as far as doing background checks that involve verifying the client’s identity and job while other escort’s simply do reverse phone look up on the numbers to see if the guy is legit or not. It really depends on the city you’re working in, but no matter where you are you need to screen your calls in way or another. Making sure your clients are screened can help you feel more relaxed and confident at your appointments. Peace of mind can go a long way in making sure both you and your client have a great session together. However you never want to overstep your boundaries, if discretion is important to you, you can imagine it’s also very important to your clients. If you come off as asking for too much information they can skip you over and move on to the next one.

Getting Out of Sticky Escort Situations

Sticky situations can vary from a client that creeps you out, to a client who’s drunk or on drugs and you don’t feel comfortable around them. Being able to handle the situation properly is not a matter of being professional, it’s a matter of your safety. That drunk could become violent and that creep could be a serial killer. You want to be able to know how to de-escalate situations and make a graceful exit, rather than cause a scene and escalate the issue to a point where the outcome is unpredictable.  If you were working in any other situation, you’d be fully trained on how to handle these instances however sometimes working as an escort you’re just kind of thrown into the water and expected to sink or swim. I will do my best to give you a guideline to follow and a couple of examples of how I got myself out of some sticky situations.

Sexual Safety For Escorts

You might be thinking “yeah, yeah.. I went through Sex Ed in school!” but those classes weren’t geared towards professional escorts, they were basic awareness classes for the average horny teenager. What I am going to go over is some signs to look out for, ways to limit your exposure and break down what services are the riskiest to offer and how to decide whether to offer them or not and to whom. I was an escort for 6 years and am proud to say I never caught a single STD and so I definitely think I know enough to give proper advice in this area, however keep in mind I am certainly not claiming to be a doctor or a medical professional of any capacity.

Escort Security

If you’ve decided to work for an escort agency, then they should be handling your security for you. However when you’re all alone in a room with a client, be it in your place, the client’s place or a hotel room, you’re alone. You need to know what you can do to make sure you’re not vulnerable and you can handle yourself in all situations. If you’re an independent escort, then you need to know everything there is about escort security and make sure you’re protected. There are a lot of weirdos out there and your security is not something you want to leave to chance. However luckily enough if you follow my advice you can limit your exposure to security concerns. I worked as an escort for 6 years and got into my fair share of sticky situations but I was never hurt or harmed.
No matter who you are, your safety as an escort is a legitimate concern and you need to be able to address your concerns with awareness and confidence. A lot of this site is about spreading knowledge and awareness and making money and having fun is certainly a goal on all of our minds, however the most important thing is escort safety and so I hope you pay extra special attention to this section and stay safe!

10 thoughts on “Escort Safety

  1. I have to say….You have an AMAZING site here! Very informative and honest. I am looking into becoming an escort and am trying to find out as much information as possible. Can I email you a few specific questions I have?

    • Thank you!! I would definitely prefer if you could ask the questions here. I’m sure you have a lot of questions, and others may have the same questions so I’d like to answer them publicly. If you can’t then feel free to send em an email htbaenet@gmail.com

  2. Great site. Here are some health tips that I follow and would recommend for other customers:

    1. Always use a condom for sex. I combine the condom with CLEAN boxer shorts. This limits physical contact during sex and protects you from STD’s better then a condom alone. I personally always use a condom for receiving blow jobs as well.
    2. Get vaccinated for HPV and Hepatitis.
    3. Bring your own towels. Some STD’s can be transmitted through a wet towel. If the girl is seeing 10 guys a day and it is a small apartment, where is she getting towels for everyone?
    4. Latex Gloves. Some people would say this is over the top but I always bring latex gloves. I ask the girl to wear them when she touches me and I wear them when I touch her.
    5. I never kiss on the lips and never “go down” on a girl.

    If you follow these rules you will not be immune to sickness but you will be better protected.

    • Sounds very clinical and yes, paranoid. But if you’re the paying client and that’s what you want.. who cares what I think 🙂 The thing about STDs being transferable through wet towels… that one sounds a bit far fetched to me. Can you provide more info?

  3. Hi there!!! I would like to thank you for your website and the time you taking to answer so many questions. I found you very clever, very professional, always courteous and polite, that’s really hard to find these days, so thank you very much again!
    Perhaps you could give me an advice with the following, I’m an independent escort, no madame, not agency. In the past years I gotten my clients by recommendation from my other clients. Lately I’ve been thinking to increase my incomes creating my own web still working as independent.
    If I may, I’ll transcribe a few paragraphs you’ve written, as they help me a lot!

    “One of the most important things you need to do is screen your clients. Some escorts will go as far as doing background checks that involve verifying the client’s identity and job” ” However you never want to overstep your boundaries, if discretion is important to you, you can imagine it’s also very important to your clients. If you come off as asking for too much information they can skip you over and move on to the next one.”
    ” However when you’re all alone in a room with a client, be it in your place, the client’s place or a hotel room, you’re alone.”
    ” however the most important thing is escort safety and so I hope you pay extra special attention to this section and stay safe!”

    Brilliant advising!!!! As a new future escort publicising I don’t know how to screen a client, what should I do? What’s the better way to create a website asking information before the potential meeting?
    I want to go for it, just really don’t know how do it as I have not any experience on it.
    Thank you very much for your time, really appreciate it!!!!!

    • Thank you very much for the kind words and I am glad you found the website useful 🙂

      You can view more information about screening here: http://www.howtobecomeanescort.net/escort-safety/screening-escort-clients

      For creating/setting up a website you can sign up with a service to set one up which will include forms that your clients can fill out. http://escortsite.com/

      Or you can use wordpress.org to set your own site up (might be a bit difficult if you’ve never done it before, but definitely cheaper).

      Or you could just ask clients to send you an email with all pertinent information, no website necessary… even though I do highly recommend one 🙂

      Good luck!

  4. Hi guys, I was wondering what should I avoid mentioning, or what words should I completely avoid while communicating with a client, either thru e-mail or text/phone. What if the “client” is a cop trying to caught girls for solicitation, and even if he IS A COP, how to deal with a client having that thought in mind that he “could possibly” be a cop and what should I never say so he can’t use it against me…. I know one of the examples is “the donation”, how does that really work, and what other tips could you provide to stay away from legal trouble. Thanks so very much ^^

    • Okay, disclaimer first… I am not a lawyer. This is not legal advice etc etc. With that being said the easiest way to understand this is to look at it simply. It is not illegal for a woman to charge for her time. How could they make that a law? Women aren’t allowed to be therapists? It would be impossible to make it against the law because any one can charge any body for their time. What is illegal in most situations is charging a client for specific sexual acts. If you say for example that you charge $100 for a BJ, $200 for full service, that IS illegal. What else is illegal is if you have an hour rate but then charge for extras, for example, $100 for greek. This is why I always liked reviews, if someone calls you and asks “Do you do CBJ or BBBJ?” Just politely tell them that you’re not able to discuss that, but there are plenty of reviews about your service. Also make it clear that you do not answer those questions in person either. If a client shows up and tries to get you to confirm what you will or what won’t do before the session even begins, be very wary. Again, politely tell them that you do not discuss those kinds of details. If they persist, abruptly end the date and leave or ask them to leave. What a law enforcement official needs in order to charge you with prostitution is for you to agree to perform a certain sexual act for an agreed upon amount of time. Never allow them to get you to agree to this.

      Another great way to avoid this is throw yourself at your client as soon as you walk in the door or they walk through yours. Law enforcement officials will not want to come into sexual contact with you and if they do they will try to keep it to a bare minimum. Almost any legit client would not only be willing to engage in a kiss and hug at the door, they will mostly appreciate and enjoy it. If you go in for a kiss and they give you the cheek, proceed with a bit of caution. They could just be shy, wish not to kiss or they could be law enforcement. If they enthusiastically reciprocate the kiss and start groping you, you can then ask them for the donation and excuse yourself to the washroom to freshen up knowing that they are not law enforcement.

      As for what to call it, you will see some say rates, others say donation, others say roses. I do not know about your particular jurisdiction but I have never heard of this being an actual factor in the criminal code. It always just comes down to cold hard cash being exchanged from one hand to another, regardless of what it is being called.

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