A paydate is like a time machine. Or better yet, a zone constructed to escape a definition of time and place.
Our policy makers have been attaching irrelevant data to the sex work industry for a while already. To create a continuum in which all complicating assets are eliminated in order for theories to be launched without any resistance. Why then, should we not apply the relativity theory to prostitution, granting full access to free interpretation. Let’s start by extending a parallel and define the basic principle of the theory as seen from quantum prostitution:
‘The laws are the same to all, regardless of the speed or relative motion of an observer compared to other observers.’.
Reputation damage based on lies
Now back to reality. The sensation of being in a world of its own, which comes into existance during a date – in which only you and your client matter – is what we always try to create. After all, you want to deliver a memorable time for your client. In marketing terminology we could state that we are proudly selling an ‘experience’.
When external influences are impeding our creativity, succesfully creating a sensual scene become a challenge. Influences that result from carefully constructed fear of the industry. Fear of condemnation when buying sexual services which have been made morally condemnable.
The psychology of this tactical move is comparable to marketing techniques used in tv commercials. Only now, in reverse. Instead of triggering a ‘want’, a ‘fear’ is being programmed aimed to deny the ‘need’ or to seek alternative methods of satisfaction. Naming and shaming, no matter how controversial, is a tool used to apply pressure. What comes into my mind are words like ‘intimidation’, ‘slander’ and ‘reputation damage’.