The time you become an escort, your life changes. And it is not just your way of life, salary, acquaintances that become different. Sometimes you have to cope with really complex situations like telling people about your occupation. Of course, it’s up to you whether reveal that you work as an escort or not but the decision should be thought over.
Discretion is our watchword here at the escort agency I work for – clients have nothing to fear when they book with us here at Lilyfields Escorts.
But a question I am often asked is – how do you tell people what you do for a living when you work as an escort?
Well, it depends. I don’t have it listed on my passport, for example. When it comes to official records, I say that I work in entertainment. Which is of course true! (And if you are looking for a VERY entertaining evening, I suggest you book me pronto!)
Lilyfields London escorts have a variety of answers for this question. Like me, a lot of people will say they work in London’s entertainment industry, or perhaps even hospitality. Occasionally, I have told official “bodies” what I really do for a living. I tell my doctor, for example, as I think it is important that she knows. And I’ve told my accountant of course…
I have told some other people – close friends a few members of my family – what I actually do for a living and I get mixed responses to it.
My girlfriends tend to be fascinated. You can’t just tell a close girlfriend that you’re part of the group of escorts in London. She will be full of questions for you. She’ll want to know how many clients you see on a weekly basis, she’ll ask what escorting feels like, she’ll demand lots of details – what do you wear, where do you go, what do you think if a really ugly client turns up.
And she’ll probably be very interested in the amount of money you make.
Your family may be a little more concerned. They will want to know that you are safe and that your agency can take good care of you. Sometimes, they might be worried about the morality of what you are doing. My mother expressed her concerns, but I talked it over with her and she is OK with what I am doing.
If you want to tell someone the truth about what you do, the most important thing is to make sure you trust them and feel comfortable with them. Once you’ve said it, you can’t un-say it, that’s for sure.
I’m lucky because I haven’t had a negative reaction so far. But I do know a few escorts who told their parents about their jobs and were then disowned.
The girls feel terrible about it; I wish their families were as tolerant and open-minded as mine.