Prostitution in the gay community

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    Jul 25, 2015 4:35 AM GMT
    I'm curious is prostitution as prevalent among young gay men as it is among young women. When I say prostitution I am including sugar daddy sugar baby relationships. It seems like in Houston nearly every good looking younger guy I have met is or is looking to be taken care of. I'm not knocking it. If I had the body I might allow a dude to pay my bills. Key word is might. I could never truly see myself as not being my partners equal.
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    Jul 25, 2015 6:48 AM GMT
    Plenty of "escorts" on this site. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jul 25, 2015 7:02 AM GMT
    I've been approached many times, but can't bring my self to do it. I actually have a few escort friends and don't judge them for it.

    Last week I had a man offer to take care of all my financial responsibities if I would just move in with him. I had to turn him down.
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    Jul 25, 2015 7:41 AM GMT
    2 dalla get u suckie fuckie

  • Jul 25, 2015 7:41 AM GMT
    Idk about more common. It's certainly different though.

    Male Prostitues are generally more in control of their work; they typically work independently through websites like Rentboy and manage their own appointments, rates, and bedroom limitations. This is in contrast to the way most female prostitutes operate.
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    Jul 25, 2015 9:07 AM GMT
    MrFuscle saidI'm curious is prostitution as prevalent among young gay men as it is among young women. When I say prostitution I am including sugar daddy sugar baby relationships. It seems like in Houston nearly every good looking younger guy I have met is or is looking to be taken care of. I'm not knocking it. If I had the body I might allow a dude to pay my bills. Key word is might. I could never truly see myself as not being my partners equal.


    Prostitution/escorting and someone being taken care of by a sugar daddy are not the same thing. If you tell one of those Houston young guy who wants to be taken care of that they are prostitutes, I seriously doubt they'll agree with you.
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    Jul 25, 2015 12:47 PM GMT
    I have been asked by male masseuses if I would like more than a massage (I find that incredibly creepy since you are nude and in a prone position) .... I see this as prostitution. I was asked by a very hot graduate student five years ago if I could "take care of him" after we had sex a few times (I suppose as sort of free sample because the sex stopped immediately when i declined) .... I see this as prostitution.
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    Jul 25, 2015 3:55 PM GMT
    LuckyGuyKC saidI have been asked by male masseuses if I would like more than a massage (I find that incredibly creepy since you are nude and in a prone position) .... I see this as prostitution. I was asked by a very hot graduate student five years ago if I could "take care of him" after we had sex a few times (I suppose as sort of free sample because the sex stopped immediately when i declined) .... I see this as prostitution.


    So paying someone to make you feel good by rubbing all over your body isn't prostitution. But if they make you feel good by rubbing your dick, it becomes prostitution then? Seems like a slippery distinction, when most people sell their bodies in various ways to make money. icon_wink.gif

    I couldn't do it though, the risk of catching something greatly outweighs the potential income. That and the obvious social stigma revolving having sex for money, even though nobody really has a problem when someone sleeps around for free. icon_confused.gif

    To answer the OP, I have no idea if it's more prevalent or not. I've never met a guy looking to be taken care of, though I have had a guy offer to "take care of me". Tempting offer, but he lives several hours away haha icon_lol.gif
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    Jul 25, 2015 7:42 PM GMT
    Animus said
    LuckyGuyKC saidI have been asked by male masseuses if I would like more than a massage (I find that incredibly creepy since you are nude and in a prone position) .... I see this as prostitution. I was asked by a very hot graduate student five years ago if I could "take care of him" after we had sex a few times (I suppose as sort of free sample because the sex stopped immediately when i declined) .... I see this as prostitution.


    So paying someone to make you feel good by rubbing all over your body isn't prostitution. But if they make you feel good by rubbing your dick, it becomes prostitution then? Seems like a slippery distinction, when most people sell their bodies in various ways to make money. icon_wink.gif

    I couldn't do it though, the risk of catching something greatly outweighs the potential income. That and the obvious social stigma revolving having sex for money, even though nobody really has a problem when someone sleeps around for free. icon_confused.gif

    To answer the OP, I have no idea if it's more prevalent or not. I've never met a guy looking to be taken care of, though I have had a guy offer to "take care of me". Tempting offer, but he lives several hours away haha icon_lol.gif


    Actually, renting one's body is far more common than selling one's body.
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    Jul 25, 2015 7:48 PM GMT
    Are we talking about massage "therapists" here? icon_lol.gif
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    Jul 25, 2015 8:24 PM GMT
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    Jul 25, 2015 8:43 PM GMT
    What's wrong with selling it?

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    Jul 25, 2015 8:53 PM GMT
    mymind89 saidWhat's wrong with selling it?



    Same thing that's wrong with selling anything else.

    Prostidude = massage guy = smiling to sell a car = saying sir to someone you don't respect because you are looking for a tip on that table.
    Bending over backwards for a gymnastics medal.

    People do things to get things. Everybody does.



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    Jul 25, 2015 10:33 PM GMT
    LuckyGuyKC saidI have been asked by male masseuses if I would like more than a massage (I find that incredibly creepy since you are nude and in a prone position) .... I see this as prostitution. I was asked by a very hot graduate student five years ago if I could "take care of him" after we had sex a few times (I suppose as sort of free sample because the sex stopped immediately when i declined) .... I see this as prostitution.


    Chulo thinks you need to relax.

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    Jul 26, 2015 12:58 AM GMT
    I don't know how prevalent it is but I don't knock it. It's a tough world out there. I'd say do what you gotta do to make it lol.
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    Jul 26, 2015 1:43 AM GMT
    MuchMoreThanMuscle said
    MrFuscle said I could never truly see myself as not being my partners equal.


    ^ This says a lot about you and how you view relationships. The whole sugar daddy and being kept is about providing something to a compatible partner that each one uniquely has and that the other one wants. Everyone wants something from someone. Some people want a partner that mirrors him/her physically. Others want a partner that is within the same economic status. Some people may consider that to be equal.

    If there's a consensual exchange where all parties involved are getting what they want and all is good that's all that matters. To each his own.


    Ok, so we agree. I am not sure why the lecture was needed.
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    Jul 26, 2015 1:44 AM GMT
    xrichx saidPlenty of "escorts" on this site. icon_biggrin.gif


    Where ever there are hot bodies and gay men, prostitution is going down.
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    Jul 26, 2015 1:46 AM GMT
    LuckyGuyKC saidI have been asked by male masseuses if I would like more than a massage (I find that incredibly creepy since you are nude and in a prone position) .... I see this as prostitution. I was asked by a very hot graduate student five years ago if I could "take care of him" after we had sex a few times (I suppose as sort of free sample because the sex stopped immediately when i declined) .... I see this as prostitution.


    In my book they are both the same. If you are selling sex for money its prostitution. If the sex stops because you aren't getting money out of the deal/relationship its prostitution.
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    Jul 26, 2015 1:47 AM GMT
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    LuckyGuyKC saidI have been asked by male masseuses if I would like more than a massage (I find that incredibly creepy since you are nude and in a prone position) .... I see this as prostitution. I was asked by a very hot graduate student five years ago if I could "take care of him" after we had sex a few times (I suppose as sort of free sample because the sex stopped immediately when i declined) .... I see this as prostitution.


    So paying someone to make you feel good by rubbing all over your body isn't prostitution. But if they make you feel good by rubbing your dick, it becomes prostitution then? Seems like a slippery distinction, when most people sell their bodies in various ways to make money. icon_wink.gif

    I couldn't do it though, the risk of catching something greatly outweighs the potential income. That and the obvious social stigma revolving having sex for money, even though nobody really has a problem when someone sleeps around for free. icon_confused.gif

    To answer the OP, I have no idea if it's more prevalent or not. I've never met a guy looking to be taken care of, though I have had a guy offer to "take care of me". Tempting offer, but he lives several hours away haha icon_lol.gif


    If a client said this to me at the spa he'd be banned. If he said this to me in my personal business he would banned and cursed out.
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    Jul 26, 2015 1:48 AM GMT
    Radd saidAre we talking about massage "therapists" here? icon_lol.gif


    The person who brought this to mind is a personal trainer
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    Jul 26, 2015 1:50 AM GMT
    MuchMoreThanMuscle saidBack in the 1990's I had guys offer me money for sex when I went to bars. Seemed like $300 was the going rate to give me a blowjob.


    And the guys that approached me in clubs weren't bad looking. One of them was a bodybuilder (albeit, smaller in size than me at the time). But he didn't need to pay for it.


    At $300, how could I say no? icon_lol.gif

    This was nearly twenty years ago so $300 was a lot more money than it is today.


    Wow $300 for a blow job. I'll pass lol
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    Jul 26, 2015 1:51 AM GMT
    mymind89 saidWhat's wrong with selling it?



    Nothing, I don't recall saying it was wrong.
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    Jul 26, 2015 2:05 AM GMT
    Radd saidAre we talking about massage "therapists" here? icon_lol.gif


    lol when I read the title that's who I automatically thought of.

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    Jul 26, 2015 2:09 AM GMT
    MuchMoreThanMuscle said
    MrFuscle said

    Wow $300 for a blow job. I'll pass lol


    Has anyone offered you $300 for a blow job?


    no
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    Jul 26, 2015 2:12 AM GMT
    I never actively used Grindr but I tried it for a while when I was single and found this guy that would pay me $100 for going to his house and beat him.

    I thought he wanted a few slaps some bdsm play but he said "no, I want a real beating, to wake up with black eyes and a sore body. I'll pay you $150 if you come with football outfit".

    I swear this is true and sex wasn't mentioned in the deal, apparently he just wanted the beating.

    Needless to say I didn't do it, attacking others is illegal how do you explain the police the guy asked for that?