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Knowing Clients Personalities

One of the most difficult parts of being a courtesan is learning to see your clients needs. This is something that  is only done with time and practice. It is most often to your benefit to listen first and respond second. For example…

The Sterile Guy:

This name does not imply that the client is physically sterile.  This client is “sterile” in the sense that he lacks a certain amount of emotion or animation.  This is often times a very business-focused, driven individual.  For example, this could be your busy executive or Type-A overachiever.  His brain doesn’t stop.  He is constantly thinking about his next meeting or task.  Even though he has booked time with you for an intimate encounter, he still may not be all there with you mentally.  It is not your place to feel responsible if he can’t unwind and enjoy your time together.  You can only do your best.  I have met a number of these men and most have been very successful.  Yet, they were uptight and sterile on several levels.  With all that is client has on his mind, be forewarned, he may have a hard time getting an erection.

Talking about something light and not related to business is a good way to start.  You can continue on with offering a massage and doing your best to get him to relax.  This sort of personality can at times come across as a bit controlling.  If he is used to being the boss and getting what he wants, he may already have in mind how he wants the session to go.  As long as it is nothing harmful to you, just go with it and try to follow his lead.  He may also be very quiet or seem to be in deep thought.  Don’t be afraid to compliment him on his sexual skills or appearance.  Every man, no matter what his status, wants to hear positive reinforcement.   ~ Excerpt “The Courtesan Handbook”

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