Providers want clients to like what they see and choose what they like. Yet there is a heavy social stigma associated with prostitution that is impossible to erase. Please understand the de facto rules providers must follow in order to post pictures and live in society. Continue reading REAL PIX? YOU’RE SERIOUS?
FANTASIES STAY IMAGINARY 2/9/18 I was proud to be an open minded provider who applied the intimate lessons to personal life. I had learned that men constantly thought of sex and wanted to have sex with just about anyone. I wanted to match my mindset to what I had learned about the sexual appetite of … Continue reading Real Fantasies
February 06, 2018:. “PRETTY FOR FREE” In the beginning of this century there was a part of urban Honolulu that was a virtual open air 24 hour sex market. In “Town” sex workers were women and men dressed like women (colloquially known as “mahus”) who were addicted to crack, crystal methamphetamine (ice), heroin (boy), alcohol, … Continue reading PRETTY FOR FREE
Many people have asked for experiences with hidden cameras. To fully explain the various uses of hidden cameras I will begin with a brief discussion of the vast topic of random people engaging in sex play. Based on my observations (my observations are the info source for all of these posts) people who know each … Continue reading Look
More Than Money, 01/26/2018 One provider took a great deal of pleasure in looking pretty. She derived even more pleasure from the acknowledgement of her beauty. She loved sauntering down the sidewalk and catching male drivers doing a double take, eyes wide and interested, when they saw her. She loved when cars screeched to a … Continue reading Pretty Girl
I want to create a cyberspace that people can find commonality with others. My goal is for people to relate to ideas and attitudes not actual people even though it’s from real events Confidentiality is sacred to me but I reserve the right to use your image or video from the hidden camera in my … Continue reading Confidentiality for site participants
Let’s assume that prostitution is legal and no one need worry about publicly associating themselves with a crime. There are common misperceptions associated with prostitution that keep people from embracing their interest in sex workers. I have heard many men say, “I don’t have to pay for sex.” These men assume that men who pay … Continue reading Sex costs – Cash, drugs or anything of value to me