Quite interesting to watch this discussion evolve.
The main point is, when do things go too far? When does either side cross a boundary that involves strong emotions and mix it together with the job at task?
How does one use logic vs. emotion to separate the fantasy from the reality?
If it was not for the monetary part of this, we would all be in love,have found happiness and live happily ever after. But, it seems quite a few of us have experienced or have seen and realized that all too often things are not what they appear to be.
So as Miss Jane mentioned, how do you ethically, morally and safely avoid the issues brought up in this thread?
Do we have to add regulations? Can that even be implemented? Remember, the main goal to be popular and be profitable is to keep the client returning for more.
In my opinion, the only real way for it to be real is not to pay for it. It avoids the worst things that can occur.These women are there to earn a living, not to find love, bf's or whatever else, as Andra, Miss Jane and quite a few other models have written here. But once again it is the tactics used and the vulnerabilities of the member and the ethics or shall I say the attitude, moral and ethical behavior of the hosts as well, that need to be regulated too. It falls on the shoulders of all of those involved here.
It will never happen I believe either, because after all we are all human. And the key to making money in this business is to use, grab and hold a member emotionally as a hostage for the most part. That can be said for those that fall in love with a host or vise versa. The same can be said if it is just for companionship, it is the emotional ties that bind people together that are being manipulated.
I am going to use some personal discussions I had with a few models that did explain it to me.
They say," I am here to rub my tits and pussy, it is my job".
I understood that as, they meant they can separate the emotions and human factors that could cause problems within the work they are doing. Eliminate the emotion and give the customer what they are there for.
Then they say" But with you I am being real".
So right there, as some people would say, is the act or portrayal of what some compare it to being an actress.
If a host says that, and then you watch them use the emotional loving and caring role towards most clients, a person could find doubt and skepticism losing trust and in turn eventually changing what might have been genuine and real into a disaster.
Trust, honesty, and logic ..... emotions, love and friendship, mix those together with money and anything can result in a volatile and disastrous outcome.
And that is where the regulation must be used. Will it effect a hosts bottom line, I believe most certainly. Will we all just have to log on for a quick wank and then leave, perhaps. But then what have we all become, masturbating robots? With no emotions no human traits?