When you are a client seeking the services of an escort, mastering escort etiquette is crucial. Escort etiquette is a set of guidelines that govern how clients and escorts should behave during their encounters. Following these guidelines can make your experience smoother and more enjoyable, while also ensuring that both parties feel respected and comfortable.

In this article, we will delve into the essential dos and don'ts of escort etiquette for clients. From setting boundaries to communication, payment, and safety, we'll cover everything you need to know to make the most of your escort experience.

Escort Etiquette for Clients

Respect boundaries

Escorts have boundaries, and it's essential to respect them. Before your encounter, make sure you discuss your expectations and limitations, and listen to your escort's boundaries as well. Don't pressure them into doing anything they're not comfortable with, and never assume that anything goes.

Communicate clearly

Good communication is key to a successful encounter. Make sure you're clear about your expectations, preferences, and any special requests you may have. Listen actively to your escort and make sure you understand their needs and wants as well.

Treat your escort with respect

Escorts are professionals who deserve to be treated with respect. Be polite, courteous, and considerate, and avoid making demands or being rude. Remember that your escort is there to provide you with a service, but that doesn't mean they're at your disposal.

Be punctual

Escorts have busy schedules and may have other clients to see. Make sure you arrive on time for your appointment, and if you're running late, let your escort know as soon as possible. Respect their time and don't keep them waiting unnecessarily.

Practice good hygiene

Personal hygiene is crucial when hiring an escort. Make sure you're clean, well-groomed, and smell nice before your encounter. Shower and brush your teeth beforehand, and avoid smoking or eating strong-smelling foods.

Follow payment protocols

Payment is an essential part of the escort-client relationship. Make sure you agree on the payment beforehand and have the right amount of cash on hand. If you booked the escort through an escort agency, don't haggle or try to renegotiate the price with the escort. Never offer your escort anything other than cash as payment.

Use protection

Common sense should dictate that one always uses a condom when being sexually active with someone other than your partner. STD's or STI's can last a lifetime. Don't take a risk.

If you remove your condom and give an STD to an escort, this is legally considered assault. Bareback is not worth it. 

Do not offer drugs

Do not offer drugs to an escort. If your escort is unable to work after her engagement with you, her management may get rather irrate. If the drug consumption has lasting effects, you will be liable. Don't assume that an escort agency will not file charges.

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