Prostitution Helps the Lonely Hearts, and There are a Lot of Those



There were times when my only social interaction was with tricks. It became normal to divide the world into people who would pay for my time and people who wouldn’t.
I was not a materialistic person naturally but it took time to get used to hanging out with people who did not pay me. Remembering normality was vital when I scolded myself for spending time without compensation

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I recently read that loneliness is the new smoking. We will suffer the ill effects of isolation physically as well as emotionally. So, it is not just me that has a hard time making friends? I confess I feel relieved at the thought that my unpopularity is not due to any character defect but is an indicator of a society wide problem. (It is nice not to have to take responsibility for personality issues!) I have made a promise that I will reveal cringingly honest details about hooker life applicable to the world. And, I will say what people dare not admit. For example, I was surprised at how many guys were lonely in addition to horny. They wanted conversation, companionship. But what surprised me more was how lonely I was when I wasn’t working. Sometimes my only social interaction was with the men who paid for my time…

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