Caught in the FBI's net: the extended interview

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"One of the officers was very adamant about telling me that he would never pay me that much for my services."

From June 20 through June 23, the FBI and local police departments and district attorney's offices throughout the United States were engaged in Operation Cross Country, three days of stings targeting pimps for arrest.

According to the FBI, the mission was successful. "Nationwide, 79 children were rescued and 104 pimps were arrested for various state and local charges," a press statement released the following week reads.

In the Bay Area, the operation resulted in "the recovery of six children, who were being victimized through prostitution, and the arrest of seven individuals, commonly referred to as pimps."

Also caught up in the Bay Area sweep: 61 adult prostitutes — ten consensual sex workers for every underage victim.

The Guardian caught up with one such consensual sex worker swept up in Operation Cross Country. "Maya," 22, an escort in Richmond, was targeted because officers believed she looked under 18 in her ads.

This is an extended version of the interivew with "Maya" published in this week's paper.

Bay Guardian: Tell me about the arrest.

Maya: I got a phone call. All he said to me was that he was nervous and had never done this before, and that he was looking for somebody to party with. So I never said anything sexual, and he didn’t either. There was absolutely no premise.

So I went to the hotel room. I walked in the door and I said, I’m glad that I found the right room. I put my bag down. I turned to the side and there was another man standing there, and my immediate thought was that I was going to get taken advantage of by another person. But then- I can’t even, I don’t know how many officers it was. Some came out of the bathroom, and they said Richmond PD, you’re under arrest, put your hands behind your back. They arrested me.
They had me in handcuffs, they questioned me for a while. Then they took me back to a different place where they read me my rights and questioned me, then they took me to a different police station to get booked. So all in all, I was in custody for about six hours. So I guess the way that it works with that is, the phone call is initiation and showing up to the hotel room is an act in furtherance. Entrapment is legal for that in California.

BG: What was the questioning like?

M: You know, I’ve been through a lot of things in my life. Family tragedies. Just like a lot of people. But that was definitely hands down, probably top five most traumatic events in my life.  I’ve never felt so degraded. Because of the questioning, because they really badgered me and broke me down. And I’ve always been such a strong person that I think that was the hardest part of it, they really took advantage of me and put me in a very vulnerable space. Because they were very, very adamant about, basically getting me to say that I have sex for money.

They didn’t read me my rights until about an hour and a half after I was in custody. And they were sitting there asking me, why do you have condoms in your bag? I had a vibrator, I had lube, and I had condoms with me. So they just sat there and asked me about it.

There were four men and one woman in the room, and they were all sitting there making jokes. One of the officers was very adamant about telling me that he would never pay me that much for my services.

BG: You’ve said they lied to you, what did they lie to you about?

M: They told me that that day they had caught an underage girl, but then I read the newspaper article about the sting about it, and they said the youngest girl that they got that day was 20. So they were trying to make it seem like they were helping all these women, helping all these girls get away from this lifestyle, when in reality they’re just busting girls like me. Who totally- this has made my life infinitely worse.

They looked through my phone and looked through my pictures, and questioned me about every picture in my phone. They were like, is this your pimp? They read my text messages, they listened to voice mails from my family. They don’t care.

BG: Did you tell them that you didn’t have a pimp?

M: Yes.

BG: And they didn’t believe you?

M: Well, not at first. Because when I got arrested- my boyfriend is my safety call. I call him after I get into the room to let him know that I’m OK, and then I call him when I’m leaving . And if I don’t call him and let him know that I’m OK, that means that there’s a problem. So I knew that he was going to call and I didn’t want him to have a heart attack worrying that I was hurt or something like that. So I had to tell them that he was going to call, and they assumed he was my pimp because of that. But after they talked to him and all that, they realized that he wasn’t. Like, I’m saying they- you know, they’re trying to deal with these girls who are completely not in the realm of who I work with and what I do. Whatsoever.

BG: Have you experienced an arrest before?

M: No, never been arrested before.

BG: The sting was for underage people being trafficked.  Do you think that’s a big problem? What do you think about that issue?

I do think that it’s a problem, absolutely. But this is the very unfortunate thing about what I do for work. Whether you want to call it prostitution or you want to call it escorting. So I do think absolutely it’s a problem, but it’s very important for people to know that it’s not the same thing, it’s really, really not.

I love my job, it’s unfortunate that this happened. I went to school for psychology, my main interest in human sexuality, and I was sort of doing this as a way to get into the field, essentially. I would absolutely consider it a form of therapy. Absolutely. Because I genuinely care. That’s why it’s the girlfriend experience. So yes, human trafficking is absolutely a problem. It’s not in my realm. I don’t support it, of course not. But there’s nothing that I can do about that unfortunately.

BG: Do you have any thoughts on how police could better track down trafficking in a way that doesn’t put you and other people who are in a totally different line of work in danger?

M: Yeah, I think that they need to not go after the girls, they need to go after the pimps. That’s it, period. It’s not fair to prosecute us…When it comes down to it, they say that they’re really trying to go after the pimps, but it sure doesn’t seem like it.

For me, for instance, I’m probably going to get two years’ probation, up to 60 days in jail and hundreds of dollars in fines. Now I’m out of work, can’t get a job, and I have prostitution on my record. You know, it’s just- it doesn’t help anybody.

BG: You’re out of work?

M: I can’t put ads up. I don’t have another job right now. So of course I can find work in the future, but it’s- it was abrupt. Basically everything that I’ve worked for. Because I’ve been doing sex work since I was 18. So people might not look at it this way, but its sales. It’s marketing. I’ve built my little empire with that. I’ve built the reviews, and I’ve built the experience, and essentially they just swiped it all away from me.

People I’m sure will read this article and either be completely unsympathetic or, if they take the time to really think about it, it’s a service, like any other service. This is the oldest profession in the world. If you, I’m a good and caring person. People give it such a bad name. Like the police, they think that us girls are just hustlers and pieces of shits and we’re just trying to make money and we don’t care. Which is absolutely not the case. Three quarters of the reason I do this job is because I care.

BG: It strikes me what you were saying about the police officer saying I wouldn’t pay that much. Were there other degrading things said?

M: In total I probably talked to about 10 different officers. Every single one of them, their first question was, how old are you? And when I said 22, they got this look of disgust, and they were like, oh, you’re so young. I had multiple officers tell me, you’re a victim and you don’t even know it. Just trying to break me down.

I don’t care if they’re officers, I don’t care what they do for a living. They’re still men.  And when you come in and you’re a prostitute, they look you up and down. And they’re thinking about that. And I had the officer asking me questions like oh, how do you clean your vibrator. Just unnecessary questions, where obviously they’re getting some sort of gratification out of it. My interest is human sexuality and psychology, and I know, also because of this job, I know how to read a man and how to read what they’re thinking. And like I said, when you get booked as a prostitute you just get treated like a piece of meat and they all look at you like one. They’re just completely unsympathetic, I had to sit in a jail cell in Richmond, there was blood on the walls and there’s MS-13 tags everywhere…. And they keep telling me, you did this to yourself, you put yourself in this position, and it’s your fault you’re here. And they kept telling me, you need to get out of this life.

They all just joked, they were all laughing and joking. I had an officer, I was telling them why I have condoms and he said “I call bullshit!” and they all fucking laughed at me. I was a joke to them. They were all just sitting around laughing the whole time. And they’re sitting there watching the A’s game, I’m just sitting in handcuffs in the corner crying.

It was bad enough that it took me about a week before I could even see people again. It was, yeah.  I couldn’t see anybody, I couldn’t tell anybody about it. Pretty much cried all the time.

BG: I was wondering if you could talk more about pimping, because people have told me that the definition of pimping has led to peoples boyfriends getting busted for pimping. Could you talk about pimping in general, what it means, what falls under it?

M: I can only tell you so much because I don’t have a pimp. But for the standard they use to evaluate if someone’s a pimp or not, I know they were asking my boyfriend if he set up dates for me. So I think it’s the setting you- I imagine if he had driven me to my appointment, he probably would have gotten in trouble also. So it’s the driving them, being the driver, setting up appointments. And I know they asked me a lot, and I heard them asking another girl who got arrested around the same time as me, they kept asking her if she gave him money for anything. So I think that’s it, if you give them money, if they drive you, if they set up your dates. They asked me, because my boyfriend got surgery recently and I’ve been helping him out with that. And they kept prying, asking if I gave him money for groceries, if I gave him money for anything. They try to trick you. But other than that I don’t have any thoughts on pimping, other than its terrible.

BG: Have you ever met people who were forced into what they’re doing?

M: No…I mean, we’ve all done things for money. You know, desperate times. Whether it’s working some shit job- I mean, I look at it as a job. So in the past when I was younger yeah, you know, trying to make rent. You know, maybe I’ll do something that I wouldn’t want to do as much, or not get paid as much for it. But it’s like shit, beats working at Taco Bell. You know, that’s the way you look at it. I’d rather have one appointment with a guy instead of making the same amount of money working 20 hours that week. Its’ just the way you look at. It takes a certain kind of person to do this kind of work, its now- people sometimes think it’s easy money. It’s not easy money. It takes a certain person, it takes an emotionally stable and sexually stable person to do this work sustainably. It’s definitely tolling. It’s tolling because its therapy. It’s tolling because I listen to people’s problems, it’s not tolling because of the sexual aspect at all. You know, that’s anatomy. It’s not the way that people think. People always concentrate on the physical attributes, when realistically there’s so many more psychological attributes that go into this kind of work.

BG: Have you gotten any help from sex workers rights organizations?

M: I did have a therapist that’s sex-worker friendly offer me free sessions. I might take him up on that, but- you know, the event was traumatizing. I’m not traumatized by my work. I can tell the story and that’s pretty much enough for me. I don’t really need therapy for being a sex worker. I love my job. It makes me happy, its great.

BG: What do you love about it?

M: I love meeting different people, I love the psychological aspects. I just have so many fantastic stories, and amazing people that I’ve met. I saw a guy recently who, after our session he was telling me that his wife had died about six months previous that he had married to for 42 years, and he started crying. And my mother passed away when I was younger, and so we were able to relate on that. And I gave him my lessons on how I dealt with it, and he had never really had somebody tell him that, and he was very touched. And I know that he will take those lessons that I taught him and use them for his grieving process.

So it’s things like that. People don’t realize how much therapy it really is, how many of these people just want some intimacy...we’re human beings, we need sexual outlets. That’s just the way that we are.

“Maya” invites anyone who has been in a similar situation or wants to talk to contact her at mayaarticle8719@yahoo.com.

Comments

evidence or solicit admissions. That should be well known to you.

Prostitution is illegal. Maybe it shouldn't be but it is. Do it and you risk arrest.

Posted by Guest on Jul. 11, 2012 @ 1:31 pm

It's not the dishonesty of the police that's the real issue, it's that they are violating human rights and wasting taxpayer resources by going after people for things that should not be illegal.

Law enforcement agents and prosecutors like to talk about their ability to exercise "discretion" when it suits them. For instance, jaywalking is illegal, but most officers are not going to arrest everyone they see crossing the street without using a crosswalk.

So implying that victims like Maya are to blame for the failure of the police to use their discretion and not enforce stupid and unjust laws is just that -- blaming the victim.

Posted by Starchild on Jul. 13, 2012 @ 3:36 am

http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2011/oct/08/Collier-judge-rob-crown-rebec...

Here you will see the cops arrest a escort with no probable cause or evidence and the jury found her guilty even though the state did not prove the case,so the judge was forced to throw out the conviction. This is proof that any women accussed of prostitution can not get a fair trial with a impartial jury.
It is not illegal to have a escort ad, and go to an appointment and this will never get them a conviction in court, this is why they threaten these escorts into giving incriminatinging statements by telling them they will issue them a summons rather than book them in jail, if they just admit it. These same cops are the ones that rape and abuse sex workers while they are in custody and cops have a higher rate of sexual abuse with children and domestic violence than any other profession.
Since it took 2500 going to 57 cites to rescue just 79 teens that they just turned over to DSS is ironic, since just 2 weeks ago, a FL dss worker was caught pimping the teens out themselves,and many cops have been arrested for being pimps over the last several years.
The cops are also the ones that refuse to enforce labor laws at strip clubs, while the dancers are told my the club owners that they need to turn tricks to pay their daily fee's to the club.
We have 10 dead escorts buried in Gilgo beach NY, and when the victims families asked the FBI to investigate they were told they didn't have juristriction, even though one of the victims drivers was charged with the MANN act. The cops even brag to the media how they will continue to run these women from their communities and the real pimps and predators are laughing as they know they can't police even 1% of the industry on a good day, so our whole system is set up to PUNISH WOMEN OVER THEIR SEXUALITY.
Prostitution laws were created to "stop a women from showing her wares in public" and were never intended to stalk adult women down to their homes and hotels. This is clearly a civil rights violation, and it looks like COYOTE will be filling a federal case again in the near future. Hate crimes against escorts need to be stopped and the police need to be held accountable for their abuses and for their failure to protect these women, after all they are pubic servants sworn to protect the public and escorts are CITIZENS.

Posted by mrsrobinson on Jul. 14, 2012 @ 7:15 am

Prostitution should not be illegal. It ought to be decriminalized and the police need to stop arresting people for it. The city and county ought to reallocate those $ towards more needed services like http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/07/11/2891717/lessons-from-the-child-pro...

Posted by maxine doogan on Jul. 12, 2012 @ 12:39 pm
Posted by Guest on Jul. 12, 2012 @ 12:58 pm

There are a few. Mostly in alternative parties, not the establishment of the two-party Democrat/Republican cartel. Gary Johnson and Jim Gray (the presidential and vice-presidential candidates of the Libertarian Party) do not support arresting people for prostitution. Neither does libertarian GOP congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul.

Posted by Starchild on Jul. 13, 2012 @ 3:31 am

America reminds me of china during the 1800's we have pretty much closed our minds to the rest of the world. Case in point we import everything, very little innovation outside of technology, one of the few modern countries that criminalizes prostitution, one of the few modern countries that criminalizes marijuana, I just do not understand the need for government to tell people how to have sex, or how we introduce things into our body. I love my family and would not do this however if my wife died after 42 years of marriage I could see myself calling a prostitute for attention / company if I was unale to find another woman for companionship.

It just makes me sick that the FBI, local government, think we are so stupid to believe this entire sting is searching for underage people. When apparently the ratio was ten adult sex workers to very one juvenile (which is a big problem in my opinion) further the fact that they treat this woman as a piece of meat is abhorrent to me. I would guess that this sex worker who graduated college has a better education than many of the local law enforcement that we now give a gun to. The fact that they made such snide remarks to this woman is case in point. The FBI should focus on stopping gangs, eliminating the international drug cartels working in our country and stop picking on people who have made a conscious decision to sell THEIR body. Only reason FBI and local law enforcement leave the gangs and drug cartel alone is the simple fact that those people shoot back and defend themselves something that the premedonna law enforcement of today is scared of. I grew up in a family of police officers btw and trust me the new local law enforcement folks are more interested in consulting dollars from private organizations and playing with their smart phones rather than protecting us from the real dangerous criminals! So they go after these harmless women to make the press and have a collar.

Posted by Guest on Jul. 13, 2012 @ 1:49 am

Thank you to those who have shown support, it's nice to know that people care.

-Maya

Posted by Maya on Jul. 13, 2012 @ 2:35 pm

http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2011/oct/08/Collier-judge-rob-crown-rebec...

Here you will see the cops arrest a escort with no probable cause or evidence and the jury found her guilty even though the state did not prove the case,so the judge was forced to throw out the conviction. This is proof that any women accussed of prostitution can not get a fair trial with a impartial jury.
It is not illegal to have a escort ad, and go to an appointment and this will never get them a conviction in court, this is why they threaten these escorts into giving incriminatinging statements by telling them they will issue them a summons rather than book them in jail, if they just admit it. These same cops are the ones that rape and abuse sex workers while they are in custody and cops have a higher rate of sexual abuse with children and domestic violence than any other profession.
Since it took 2500 going to 57 cites to rescue just 79 teens that they just turned over to DSS is ironic, since just 2 weeks ago, a FL dss worker was caught pimping the teens out themselves,and many cops have been arrested for being pimps over the last several years.
The cops are also the ones that refuse to enforce labor laws at strip clubs, while the dancers are told my the club owners that they need to turn tricks to pay their daily fee's to the club.
We have 10 dead escorts buried in Gilgo beach NY, and when the victims families asked the FBI to investigate they were told they didn't have juristriction, even though one of the victims drivers was charged with the MANN act. The cops even brag to the media how they will continue to run these women from their communities and the real pimps and predators are laughing as they know they can't police even 1% of the industry on a good day, so our whole system is set up to PUNISH WOMEN OVER THEIR SEXUALITY.
Prostitution laws were created to "stop a women from showing her wares in public" and were never intended to stalk adult women down to their homes and hotels. This is clearly a civil rights violation, and it looks like COYOTE will be filling a federal case again in the near future. Hate crimes against escorts need to be stopped and the police need to be held accountable for their abuses and for their failure to protect these women, after all they are pubic servants sworn to protect the public and escorts are CITIZENS.

Posted by mrsrobinosn on Jul. 14, 2012 @ 7:08 am

http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2011/oct/08/Collier-judge-rob-crown-rebec...

Here you will see the cops arrest a escort with no probable cause or evidence and the jury found her guilty even though the state did not prove the case,so the judge was forced to throw out the conviction. This is proof that any women accussed of prostitution can not get a fair trial with a impartial jury.
It is not illegal to have a escort ad, and go to an appointment and this will never get them a conviction in court, this is why they threaten these escorts into giving incriminatinging statements by telling them they will issue them a summons rather than book them in jail, if they just admit it. These same cops are the ones that rape and abuse sex workers while they are in custody and cops have a higher rate of sexual abuse with children and domestic violence than any other profession.
Since it took 2500 going to 57 cites to rescue just 79 teens that they just turned over to DSS is ironic, since just 2 weeks ago, a FL dss worker was caught pimping the teens out themselves,and many cops have been arrested for being pimps over the last several years.
The cops are also the ones that refuse to enforce labor laws at strip clubs, while the dancers are told my the club owners that they need to turn tricks to pay their daily fee's to the club.
We have 10 dead escorts buried in Gilgo beach NY, and when the victims families asked the FBI to investigate they were told they didn't have juristriction, even though one of the victims drivers was charged with the MANN act. The cops even brag to the media how they will continue to run these women from their communities and the real pimps and predators are laughing as they know they can't police even 1% of the industry on a good day, so our whole system is set up to PUNISH WOMEN OVER THEIR SEXUALITY.
Prostitution laws were created to "stop a women from showing her wares in public" and were never intended to stalk adult women down to their homes and hotels. This is clearly a civil rights violation, and it looks like COYOTE will be filling a federal case again in the near future. Hate crimes against escorts need to be stopped and the police need to be held accountable for their abuses and for their failure to protect these women, after all they are pubic servants sworn to protect the public and escorts are CITIZENS.

Posted by mrsrobinosn on Jul. 14, 2012 @ 7:12 am

http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2011/oct/08/Collier-judge-rob-crown-rebec...

Here you will see the cops arrest a escort with no probable cause or evidence and the jury found her guilty even though the state did not prove the case,so the judge was forced to throw out the conviction. This is proof that any women accussed of prostitution can not get a fair trial with a impartial jury.
It is not illegal to have a escort ad, and go to an appointment and this will never get them a conviction in court, this is why they threaten these escorts into giving incriminatinging statements by telling them they will issue them a summons rather than book them in jail, if they just admit it. These same cops are the ones that rape and abuse sex workers while they are in custody and cops have a higher rate of sexual abuse with children and domestic violence than any other profession.
Since it took 2500 going to 57 cites to rescue just 79 teens that they just turned over to DSS is ironic, since just 2 weeks ago, a FL dss worker was caught pimping the teens out themselves,and many cops have been arrested for being pimps over the last several years.
The cops are also the ones that refuse to enforce labor laws at strip clubs, while the dancers are told my the club owners that they need to turn tricks to pay their daily fee's to the club.
We have 10 dead escorts buried in Gilgo beach NY, and when the victims families asked the FBI to investigate they were told they didn't have juristriction, even though one of the victims drivers was charged with the MANN act. The cops even brag to the media how they will continue to run these women from their communities and the real pimps and predators are laughing as they know they can't police even 1% of the industry on a good day, so our whole system is set up to PUNISH WOMEN OVER THEIR SEXUALITY.
Prostitution laws were created to "stop a women from showing her wares in public" and were never intended to stalk adult women down to their homes and hotels. This is clearly a civil rights violation, and it looks like COYOTE will be filling a federal case again in the near future. Hate crimes against escorts need to be stopped and the police need to be held accountable for their abuses and for their failure to protect these women, after all they are pubic servants sworn to protect the public and escorts are CITIZENS.

Posted by mrsrobinson on Jul. 14, 2012 @ 7:13 am

http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2011/oct/08/Collier-judge-rob-crown-rebec...

Here you will see the cops arrest a escort with no probable cause or evidence and the jury found her guilty even though the state did not prove the case,so the judge was forced to throw out the conviction. This is proof that any women accussed of prostitution can not get a fair trial with a impartial jury.
It is not illegal to have a escort ad, and go to an appointment and this will never get them a conviction in court, this is why they threaten these escorts into giving incriminatinging statements by telling them they will issue them a summons rather than book them in jail, if they just admit it. These same cops are the ones that rape and abuse sex workers while they are in custody and cops have a higher rate of sexual abuse with children and domestic violence than any other profession.
Since it took 2500 going to 57 cites to rescue just 79 teens that they just turned over to DSS is ironic, since just 2 weeks ago, a FL dss worker was caught pimping the teens out themselves,and many cops have been arrested for being pimps over the last several years.
The cops are also the ones that refuse to enforce labor laws at strip clubs, while the dancers are told my the club owners that they need to turn tricks to pay their daily fee's to the club.
We have 10 dead escorts buried in Gilgo beach NY, and when the victims families asked the FBI to investigate they were told they didn't have juristriction, even though one of the victims drivers was charged with the MANN act. The cops even brag to the media how they will continue to run these women from their communities and the real pimps and predators are laughing as they know they can't police even 1% of the industry on a good day, so our whole system is set up to PUNISH WOMEN OVER THEIR SEXUALITY.
Prostitution laws were created to "stop a women from showing her wares in public" and were never intended to stalk adult women down to their homes and hotels. This is clearly a civil rights violation, and it looks like COYOTE will be filling a federal case again in the near future. Hate crimes against escorts need to be stopped and the police need to be held accountable for their abuses and for their failure to protect these women, after all they are pubic servants sworn to protect the public and escorts are CITIZENS.

Posted by MrsRobinson on Jul. 14, 2012 @ 7:17 am

http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2011/oct/08/Collier-judge-rob-crown-rebec...

Here you will see the cops arrest a escort with no probable cause or evidence and the jury found her guilty even though the state did not prove the case,so the judge was forced to throw out the conviction. This is proof that any women accussed of prostitution can not get a fair trial with a impartial jury.
It is not illegal to have a escort ad, and go to an appointment and this will never get them a conviction in court, this is why they threaten these escorts into giving incriminatinging statements by telling them they will issue them a summons rather than book them in jail, if they just admit it. These same cops are the ones that rape and abuse sex workers while they are in custody and cops have a higher rate of sexual abuse with children and domestic violence than any other profession.
Since it took 2500 going to 57 cites to rescue just 79 teens that they just turned over to DSS is ironic, since just 2 weeks ago, a FL dss worker was caught pimping the teens out themselves,and many cops have been arrested for being pimps over the last several years.
The cops are also the ones that refuse to enforce labor laws at strip clubs, while the dancers are told my the club owners that they need to turn tricks to pay their daily fee's to the club.
We have 10 dead escorts buried in Gilgo beach NY, and when the victims families asked the FBI to investigate they were told they didn't have juristriction, even though one of the victims drivers was charged with the MANN act. The cops even brag to the media how they will continue to run these women from their communities and the real pimps and predators are laughing as they know they can't police even 1% of the industry on a good day, so our whole system is set up to PUNISH WOMEN OVER THEIR SEXUALITY.
Prostitution laws were created to "stop a women from showing her wares in public" and were never intended to stalk adult women down to their homes and hotels. This is clearly a civil rights violation, and it looks like COYOTE will be filling a federal case again in the near future. Hate crimes against escorts need to be stopped and the police need to be held accountable for their abuses and for their failure to protect these women, after all they are pubic servants sworn to protect the public and escorts are CITIZENS.

Posted by MrsRobinson on Jul. 14, 2012 @ 7:18 am

It's a sin AND a crime to persecute honorable working providers, they furnish a valuable service to society, to lonely people living loveless lives, like myself. The work that they do is not easy, many times dangerous, and not a job that you can keep doing for very long without risking burnout. You have to be your own boss, schedule your appts, screen callers, be on the lookout not to get ripped off, and worry that your bi monthly blood screening will come back OK. Do we really need to add the stress of our LE, using our tax$$, engaging in this useless and unjust pursuit?

Give me a break; cops are as disrespectful, crude, & crooked as it possibly gets. Many (not all) girls I have been with have more class and heart in their little finger than these gorillas will ever have.

Who let these deranged guard dogs out of their cage? It's time the voter's and citizens took back control and let these bullies know who it is that they really work for. 20 years in, back injury and plenty of OT in their final year, and slam bang early retirement with full benefits at the taxpayers expense. And what did you do with your life, officer? "I helped arrest working girls trying to make a living but I don't care because I have a gun, a badge, and a pension.

The people will eventually rebel against these hypocritical and morally bankrupt psychopaths and put them in their rightful place...THE KENNEL....OUTDOORS!!!!

Posted by Guest on Aug. 01, 2012 @ 8:54 pm

What ever happened to "a woman has a right to her own body"???
This anti-provider craze is fueled, in part, by the psycho fembots who never learned how to keep their man happy so he is compelled to seek comfort in the arms of a truly beautiful and skilled woman...........
How many cops have the ballz to let someone stick their Di*k inside of them for $150?
These gals are brave; yes, there are some scammers but they do so at their own risk. They can never really know who is standing behind that door when they open it
Kudos to the good ones....they are needed, wanted, and loved.

Posted by Guest on Aug. 01, 2012 @ 8:58 pm

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