If you are working as an escort, you will inevitably be asked if your sessions can be filmed by some of your clients. It may be tough to know the right answer. Here are a few ways to look at it, and what to consider before you say yes or no.
Article by Ashly Lorenzana Published Blog Slixa Under Cover
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If you are working as an escort, you will inevitably be asked if your sessions can be filmed by some of your clients. Should you say yes or no, you might be wondering? There isn't an easy answer for this since it's not totally black and white. There are several things to take into consideration before deciding to allow it or not allow it.
First factor is how well do you know and trust this client. Is this the first time you've met with them? Or have you been seeing them regularly for some time now?
Chances are, someone who has an ongoing relationship with you is less likely to disrespect your requests and share the video publicly.
If you decide to allow your sessions to be filmed, you need to request that your client limits the material to personal use only and agrees not to upload it anywhere online or share it with anyone else under any circumstances.
This is especially true if you have children or family members who could run into the video by accident down the road. If this scenario sounds mortifying to you, then you should probably just refuse to allow this since it's not worth the risk to your reputation.
It's probably less wise to allow first-time clients to record your encounters. You don't know them at all and can't say for sure if they will ever even call you again.
These people may have less than innocent intentions when it comes to getting you on film and you can't have any peace of mind when you know something is floating around out there and you can't say for sure where it might turn up. Working as an escort can be a risky business, so considering how your privacy is protected is vital.
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