tips for being a male escort in London

04 Jan: Tips For Being A Male Escort

Male Escorts in London

You want to become a male escort in London?

Why?

Well, think about it.

At its most basic, you’ll be meeting hundreds if not thousands of women over the course of your career. Your career can start in your mid-twenties and can last for as long as you want it to. For every woman who wants to hold the arm of a young man, there’s equally a woman who wants to hold the arm of an older, more mature man!

There’s no sexual component involved when you’re a male escort for the best firms. Your clients know that you are there to provide companionship, to help them make a good impression with their boss, or clients, or just to have someone to talk to while they attend a function.

Talking, listening – listening to your client is a key component of being a male escort in London or any other city in the UK, frankly! – and having a sense of humor and a sense of style appropriate for any occasion is all that a male escort needs.

If you like meeting people, you will love being a male escort, because that’s what you do practically every night of your life.

First you meet your client. If it’s her first time using the services of a male escort she’ll probably be very nervous. It’s your job to set her at ease and give her confidence that regardless of the function that you’re accompanying her to – the theatre, dinner and a dance, a reception, anything – you have the ability to get along with everyone and talk intelligently on a vast number of subjects.

Then, you meet the people in her social circle.

When you’re actually at the function, it’s important to concentrate on your client first. Make sure she’s comfortable interacting with her fellow employees – whether her superiors or her team members, or business guests – whoever those external people might be. She’s your number one priority, and impressing the people she wants you to impress follows after that.

Interaction Style

You may have to alter your personal style for each client. Your client may simply wish you to sit and listen to her all night long. She wants to know you’re paying attention to her and commiserating or showing admiration as warranted.

Other clients want to have a conversation – they want to discuss the arts, or business, or history. Typically, it’s best to not discuss politics with your client, unless you’re willing to agree to everything she says in that regard as well.

Some clients may be young and just want to go out and have a good time – they don’t have business clients to impress, they just want someone to dance with or sit beside at a movie, play or concert.

It’s your job to be what your client needs you to be.

So what other tips can we give someone who wants to become a male escort in London?

Grooming

A male escort needs to be properly groomed. If you like a mustache or beard that’s fine, but keep them trimmed! Fingernails should be clean and well cared for.  Hair doesn’t have to be “short back and sides,” but it should be properly cut and styled for whatever length you have.

Clothing

It’s the client’s responsibility to tell you what sort of clothing to wear – if you’ll be accompanying her to a formal, semi-formal or casual event.

It’s your responsibility to have the clothing suitable for any function. Your clothing must be cared for well also – no stains, no visible darning, nothing to detract from its style and appearance.

The knowledge

A male escort needs to be a jack of all trades when it comes to knowledge. Keep up on the politics of the day – even though that’s not something you should discuss with your client! Know your history, know the news of the day.

Don’t think that a woman won’t know anything about sports – women can be just as mad over cricket and soccer as a man!

Knowing what wine to choose for what meal is something of a skill, but you can pick up on that if you spend some time studying.

Be yourself

It’s not possible to know the ins and outs of the professions of every woman you meet, so don’t pretend that you do.

Be up front about what knowledge you do have, and express an interest in learning what she does if you don’t know anything about it.

If you don’t know what wine to choose for dinner, for example – say so! Let her educate you. Ask for her advice, and give honest feedback. Complement her on her knowledge.

By being yourself, you will be at ease in any situation, and your client will be as well.

 

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