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Greedy Hooker: Women Shouldn’t Be ‘Comfortable’ With Their Bodies

(GREED) – I’m an escort, a hooker, streetwalker, tramp, sex worker, or whatever you want to call me. I sleep with men and sometimes women for money. I make a very good living doing it. I never really considered being a columnist. I was asked to write about something women need to know that only a person in the oldest profession could tell them. I thought about it and within five minutes I knew I might only have one chance to get a message out to women that really needs to be heard. A column by an escort probably won’t have a long run time, so I need to make each article count. The most important thing I think women need to know is that they are hot. There’s a lot of public messaging going around right now telling women they should be comfortable with how they look. That’s crap. You don’t need to be “comfortable” with how you look.

You can be comfortable with being in a jail cell. You just accept the state of things and go to sleep on your plastic covered mattress. You need to know that you are hot. You’re beautiful. You’re gorgeous. You are exactly what somebody out there wants. In my line of work, I meet all kinds of people looking for all sorts of things. Whatever your body type, weight, complexion, or physical impairment is: there are people who aren’t just accepting of it, they love it. There’s no reason to “accept” your body. Love it, somebody else out there certainly does.

All you have to do is search adult sites for whatever it is about yourself that you don’t like. Trust me, there’s an entire niche dedicated to it for the people who absolutely love what you hate about yourself. Some would say that those people are “fetishizing”, and that it would be wrong to lower yourself to being objectified because you’re a big girl, missing a limb, have splotchy skin, or whatever. Obviously, being objectified for your hourglass figure is so much better. More importantly, why can’t it be both?

Why can’t you be with someone who just happens to adore what you see as a physical imperfection and still have a meaningful relationship? It certainly works for those who date skinny girls or red heads. There’s no outrage over men who like pouty lips or women who like tall guys. By saying it’s wrong to fetishize a certain physical attribute, what you’re really saying is that no normal person can find that attractive. It’s that quest for normality and blandness that is destroying the fabric of everything. There’s nothing better than being in a seedy bar and seeing what America is supposed to be. A mixed up hodge podge of people from everywhere with interesting and bizarre life stories.

Let your dating life be the same way. Interesting. Who wants to be normal? Go to school, get a job, vote for a ruler, save for retirement, have a few kids who will do exactly what you did. Screw that. Have an adventure. What better place to start than with your own body? Trust me ladies, there is a man out there who looks at pictures of girls who look just like you when he’s alone in the bathroom. There are dating sites out there that cater to every possible desire. You just have to find them.

The inverse is that you are allowed to be attracted to whoever you want, and so is everyone else. Not everybody will find you attractive, and that’s ok. You don’t find everybody else attractive, do you? Don’t take it as a sign that there’s something wrong with you. You’re just in the wrong place. I have a colleague who’s Filipino. She wasn’t making money in the area she was in, so she moved and started working near a Navy base. Sailors who have been to the Philippines love her. My industry is paid dating. It’s a microexample of the dating world. There is somebody for everybody. Find your sailors ladies, they’re out there.

Your body is yours. Don’t be comfortable in it. Don’t accept it. Love it. Adore it. Be unique. But what do I know? I’m just a Greedy Hooker.

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