Sexual Safety For Escorts

If you have been reading other pages on this website, then you already know, but just in case any escorts found this page through a search engine or a link on the web, I’d like to point out that I am not a medical doctor nor a doctor of any type. I worked as an escort for over 6 years and based on that alone I am offering my OPINION on sexual safety as an escort. I am not claiming anything I say on this page to be fact and if you have any medical questions they should be directed at a DOCTOR!

Now that’s out of the way, let’s get down to business. I am going to start this by saying that if you want to never catch a sexually transmitted disease, then your best bet is to never have sex. Short of that, your best bet is to only have a very limited number of sexual partners whom you know their history and trust them 100%. Short of that, there are certain things you can do to limit your exposure to sexually transmitted diseases. Being an escort for 6 years I have slept with my fair share of different sexual partners and I never caught anything. I have never tested positive for anything and while I was working I would get tested every 1-3 months.

So, if you’re wondering what kind of precautions I took while I was escorting in order to limit my exposure to sexually transmitted diseases, they were all very common sense and simple.

1. I would casually inspect my client’s genitals for any bumps, rashes or warts before any sexual contact. Casually? I would always make sure I was the one to remove their pants, and in doing so I had the chance to get up close and personal and take a look. If I was going to perform oral sex I would always start with a hand job so I could feel the skin on the penis and make sure it was smooth. If I felt any bumps or warts I would take a look before proceeding.

2. During conversation, prior to the main show, I would always look at the clients mouth, the edges. If someone has a cold sore, you obviously don’t want them performing oral sex on you. If they have what looks like pinkish scars around their mouth they could have had a recent outbreak, and if I saw anything like that I would not allow the client to perform oral sex on me and I would avoid kissing them. If they asked why, I would explain. I didn’t take any explanations from them. Even if they showed me a doctor’s note saying it wasn’t a cold sore I wouldn’t listen. It’s entirely possible a lot of them were telling the truth, but I wasn’t willing to take a chance on my health.

3. On a client-by-client basis I would do covered blow jobs and shy away from having oral sex performed on me. If a client was overly enthusiastic about  requesting a BBBJ (bare back blow job) I would say I don’t do them. The reason being that if they are asking me so enthusiastically about it, then that probably means a) they see a lot of escorts b) they only see escorts that do BBBJ and c) they are a higher risk of having a STD. If a client didn’t mention it and they passed my other tests, I would do BBBJ’s.

4. I would NEVER EVER have sex without a condom. This should really be number one, sometimes I over look this because it’s so blatantly obvious to me but I have heard of some escorts taking extras to have sex with clients without a condom. I have had regular clients who saw me for years and showered me with gifts, vacations, everything.. and I’ve had a couple of those regular clients beg me to have sex with them without a condom and I simply refused. I probably lost a lot of money in the process, throwing away a good regular client because you refuse to have sex without a condom – but I can tell you with 100% certainty that I don’t regret it. I would rather have a clean record and less money than take that huge risk and be left full of regret.

Now that I have explained what precautions I took, I’d also like to explain some of the typical services escorts offer and the risk associated with them.

*******Note: I’m still not a doctor**********

Kissing: This is somewhat risky if the client has open sores. If they have open sores I would not kiss them, but aside from that it was fair game.

DATY: Dining at the Y, or oral sex performed on you – this is risky if the person has cold sores as you can end up with herpes. If I inspected the client’s mouth and while kissing them no red alarms went off, I would allow them to perform DATY on me.

BBBJ: Bareback blowjobs – this I definitely considered risky and if anything kept me up at night, it was this. There are arguments that it’s not risky, because HIV or AIDS is an extremely low risk of being passed by either giving or receiving oral sex. However herpes, gonorrhea and syphillis can all be passed on through BBBJ’s and you can not tell if a person has syphillis or gonorrhea. As explained above I only did this on a client by client basis.

Rimming: (licking of the asshole) I never did this and would selectively allow clients to do this to me, as it’s not a service that was in huge demand, I find it disgusting so I would never do it. However some clients absolutely love doing it, and if they’re already doing DATY because they passed my other tests, I wouldn’t stop them.

Sex: Obviously sex is the biggest concern and that’s why you absolutely need to always use a condom. People who see escorts aren’t the kind of people you want to have unprotected sex with. Nor are people who want to have unprotected sex with someone who they know works as an escort! If they’re not concerned about catching something from me, even though I knew I was clean, they certainly didn’t. That means they were way too reckless for me to even consider it. Unprotected sex is for long term relationships where you have no trust issues. Not for clients.

Okay, so that about wraps things up for sexual safety for escorts. However I did want to stress that getting a regular check up is very important. I always tried to do it monthly, but sometimes time flew by and I’m not proud of it but I’d take up to 3 months to get a test done. If I were to start escorting again (not that I’m considering it, just for examples sake) I would swear myself to getting checked every month. The reason for this is diseases which can easily be passed via unprotected oral sex like syphilis and gonorrhea are 100% curable. However sometimes they don’t have symptoms and if left unchecked they can do irreparable damage to your body. So getting checked regularly is just common sense, there’s nothing to be worried about and there’s no excuse for being lazy. The only other thing that I’d recommend is getting vaccinated for hepatitis B because it can also be transmitted during oral sex and if you’re vaccinated it’s just one less thing to worry about.

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7 thoughts on “Sexual Safety For Escorts

  1. Your website is the coolest. I am really afraid to do this however I have no choice. My daughter and I could be facing eviction soon. I cant let this happen

    • You always have options. It’s never healthy to feel like you HAVE to escort just to survive. There are government programs for single parents. Sometimes it’s also best to just bottom out, and stay with a family member until you can get your finances sorted out and get back on your feet. With that being said if you are going to start escorting, it’s 100% normal to be nervous, but you shouldn’t be scared. Try to keep your head up and stay positive.

  2. My cousin works as an escort for an agency and has a friend who she says has herpes which she caught while escorting. When I asked her if this was safe she said that herpes isnt really contagious unless you are having an outbreak and as long as shes always using condoms and never do it during a outbreak and takes her meds then shes not doing anything wrong but Im not so sure how much I agree with this but I dont want to sound judgemental or rude. But being that I am considering this trade myself I feel justified in my concern. What is your take on this?

    • No, I obviously don’t agree with someone who knowingly has an STD and continues to have sex with partners who are not made aware. I wouldn’t say I’m shocked by it, but it’s not something I’d personally agree with.

  3. And what is the likelihood that I could catch this disease if I started escorting? I did some research on herpes after hearing what my cousin said and the CDC says that there is absolutely no surefire way to protect against herpes out side of no skin to skin contact at all even if you are using a condom. So it seems to me that I could potentially be at a pretty high risk of getting this especially with some people in the business themselves having it and having got it while doing this.

  4. I just became a escort, and u saved me from doing it without a condom, I was planning on doing it with no condom for more money because I need food badly, but after reading this fuck no.

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