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Paying for It: A Guide by Sex Workers for Their Clients

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A consumer handbook and etiquette guide, "Paying For It is the first how-to book for sex work clients. Does your sex worker's face light up when she or he sees you walk in the door? If not, "Paying For It can make the difference between a so-so session and an hour that you'll remember the rest of your life. Sex workers are like any other workers--they give their best effor...more
Paperback, 183 pages
Published June 1st 2004 by Greenery Press (CA) (first published May 31st 2004)
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Josh
It is what it claims to be: tips on how to be a good sex worker customer. I had expected a bit more anecdotal-driven explanations, but got more lists than anything else. Still gave this four stars because, although it wasn't what I wanted, it lived up to its advertisement.
Vanessa Fox
This just wasn't that enlightening. I don't know what else it needed, but it was mostly like, be nice and shower.
lola
If you're a beginner and wondering how to speak whore without offending the locals, this is a good practical start.
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