Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Where do you live?
I'd actually rather not say where I live, for lots of reasons. However, I will let you know that I'm in the Northeast section of the US.
2. Can you send me a photo?
No. For all I know, you might be my brother or my Dad or one of my 'real job' clients. And that would be rather odd indeed.
3. Ok then, what do you look like?
People claim I'm pretty. I'd say if that's true then I'm approachably pretty vs. the sort of chick you're afraid to talk to because she's so drop dead gorgeous. I get flirted with a lot by both men and women. I'm average height, and hourglass shaped. Dark hair, light eyes, pale skin. I'm probably not at all what you'd picture when you think of a call girl.
4. What do you do for your real job?
Again, this is something I'd rather not say. Suffice it to say I spend a lot of time in front of a computer.
5. Are you for real?
Yes, yes, yes. I don't know what I have to say to convince you all that I am, but yes, I am quite real.
6. Do you have a website other than this blog where I can find out more about you?
No, I do not.
7. Do you have any plans to be in _______(fill in your city) any time soon?
Being that this is basically just an amusing hobby for me, no I don't have any plans to travel the US or any other countries for that matter. If I decide to go on a whirlwind tour, I'll blog about it, and you'll know.
8. What about STDs?
I get emails from people asking me how can I do this and not be worried about STDs. Of course I'm concerned about STDs. And since I am concerned, I take as many reasonable precautions as I can to avoid contracting one, and probably even more so than someone who doesn't spend as much time as I do having sex. (I don't have that "Aw, it'll never happen to me" syndrome.) Of course there is still a risk, regardless of the precautions I take. I certainly am well aware of this. I am also aware that someday I may be run over by a bus, or be in an automobile accident. Does it make me afraid to cross the street? Do I refuse to drive or ride in a car? No and no. Why? Because I take reasonable precautions. I look both ways before I cross and wear my seatbelt, too.
That is about all I have to say on this particular topic. If you have all sorts of questions about STDs and prevention, don't ask me, but feel free to go and ask Google. There's a wealth of knowledge out there.
And that's it for now. I'll add to this list as the questions roll in.