Destinharbor saidThe only reason I can think of that someone might do that, make the offer, is that 1.) They are seriously ugly, or 2.) They are seriously diseased and figure if you say "Yes," then you deserve it. Neither is a very good prospect. I don't doubt you are worth $500 (or $700) but that isn't the point. Though, I guess lots of decent guys pay that much and more for an occasional hooker. Usually just frustrated, closeted guys out of town on business. I don't have a moral issue with it. It's your body. Just be careful.
Wrong. In fact, when I was in school (22 or so) I talked to a guy online and he was REALLY hot. He was maybe 32 or 34, married. We were going to meet, and we were planning it out on gay.com (this was 2006), and he brought up money and was like, "is 300 enough." I felt really ashamed that he thought it would take money for me to sleep with him. I also didn't like the fact that I was about to hookup with a guy who would pay for sex. It was just "off." I wound up hooking up with him, WITHOUT any money of course, but it kind of tarnished it.
The reason he wanted to pay was because he needed to hookup with an intelligent and 100% discreet person, like myself. Someone who wasn't a basic bitch, who would keep a secret, and not 'out' him. Believe me, this guy was model good looking, so it's not mostly ugly guys who pay. Any man with anything to lose OR who wants someone attractive and high class, will pay market rate. I think you're confusing STREET HUSTLERS (who tend to be homeless, vulnerable, addicted to drugs, STD ridden, barebackers, with little to no family support, and varying looks) with ESCORTS (who are educated, intelligent, college or advanced degree students, do not bareback, have no STDs, and are other 'normal' except for the fact that they get paid to have sex with attractive and/or powerful men who need discretion). I think it's a distinction with a meaning. One walks the hot/cold streets, while the other commands a rate that rivals most professionals (lawyers, doctors, etc).
$500 for a B/J? I'm not a hoe, and I've never been paid and would never pay, but from the few odd offers I've gotten online and that I've seen on A4A (there's a professional escort option where they post their incall/outcall rates) 500 is a ton for receiving a b/j. From my understanding, in NYC (which would likely set the top of the market rate) 100 for a b/j, whereas guys will pay 300 to 500 for a guy to top/fuck them. So being offered 500 to receive a b/j is above market. Good job--for lack of a better term.