A Day In The Life Of A “Gentleman For Hire”
Escort services? You can’t ignore them.
Like it or not, escorts are in higher demand than ever before. This trend will likely continue. For those who are not sure what to think of this situation, it could be helpful to learn about the faces behind the industry.
My name’s Fritz. I’m a male escort. Let me share a day in my extraordinarily ordinary life with you!
Before I disclose the nitty-gritty of my daily existence, I would first like to set the record straight about my job. As slyly implied in the previous sentence, I am a straight male non-sexual escort who only works with female clients.
“Non-sexual? What do you mean?” you might think.
Yes, you read that right. Not all escorts sleep with their clients. As a matter of fact, non-sexual services are the more significant portion of this industry.
Our jobs involve going out with ladies to dinner, picnic, social events, or any other setting the client chooses. We’re there to provide our clients with a high-quality male escort service, meaning that we have to be good conversationalists, look the part, and possess the manners of an English butler.
Hopefully, our efforts will result in a sweet time for the ladies, and we’ll both leave the scene smiling.
For someone who does such an unusual job, my day-to-day life is probably quite similar to yours. The only significant difference between most other folks and me is that I work pretty short hours, beginning in the late afternoon or evening.
My day starts by checking my booking schedule and seeing who and when I’m meeting. Once I know that, I structure my day around my work.
The mornings are always the same: workout, shower, breakfast, in that exact order. I seldom drink coffee as I rarely feel I need it, and when I do, it’s usually in the afternoon.
After a criminally unexciting breakfast (spinach omelet for the win), I run my daily errands, which might take anywhere from an hour to two.
The rest of the day varies. I might meet a friend, go for a walk, or read a book. Speaking of books, I love Emily St. John Mandel at the moment!
About an hour before seeing my client, I start getting ready. That involves showering (yes, once again), grooming if necessary, and dressing up. Many have asked me about the latter and what kind of attire I wear to work.
The clothing depends on what type of event I’m attending as well as the client’s request.
If I’m accompanying a lady to a wedding or a business event, I’ll wear one of my best suits. If we’re going out for a drink, it’ll be something more casual. Certain women are particular about what they’d like me to wear, while others leave it to my discretion.
In terms of “commuting to work,” there are two scenarios:
Either I get a taxi to the meeting location, or the client picks me up.
Despite doing this job for several years now, I can’t help but get a bit nervous before meeting up with the ladies. The slight nervousness goes away within minutes, and then I just try to be the most intriguing version of myself.
As for the date itself, the experience can vary.
In most cases, I have a lovely time with my clients. However, there are instances when I want to get out as quickly as possible.
The work usually takes two to four hours. After that, I head out home.
Admit it, a day in the life of a “gentleman for hire” is way more normal (read: boring) than you expected, right? Well, that goes to show that most of us are pretty similar. No matter what we do for a living, you and everyone else have less reason to judge others.
Thanks for sticking around ‘til the end!