Light bondage I think is a bit more. These are all items on the menu priced by the brothel. I do not offer oral sex without a condom either. I still see my casual sex partners regularly, but it's less of a necessity. There was also a booking where I played pool for four hours naked in high heels. That was especially fun. Do you find sex with paying customers truly arousing, or are there certain customers who just don't turn you on? What do you do if you're not in the mood?
When I'm not immediately attracted to a guy I try to find some common ground or something about him I like. If I'm just completely not into it, which doesn't happen, I fake enthusiasm and use a lot of lube. How often do you have sex in your personal sex life? And what's the most outrageous or risky sexual thing you've ever done?
The most outrageous would be some ropes and bondage. Are there any fetishes that you enjoy outside work? Would you ever consider working in an establishment that promotes this kind of thing?
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