For Escort Girls in KL however glamorous an occupation, there is always danger lurking at the corner.
Safety First Trust Your Gut
Before you go to work, it’s vital that you let someone else know where and when you’re going out and expect to return. It also makes sense to agree with them who they should contact if you don’t come back….
As mentioned earlier, take a fully-charged mobile phone with you that has credit on it. Additionally, you should also keep a small amount of cash with you. If you get dumped by a client, for instance, you can then pay for transport to get home.
Something else you should consider carrying with you is a pen and paper. They can be useful tools if you need to make any notes about any incidents that may occur when you are out working.
Assuming you have some details of your next potential client, you should check if they are on the national website. In case you didn’t know, it shares details nationwide of people that have attacked escorts. Because it’s a nationwide scheme, it’s not just for KL, Kuala Lumpur Escorts.
The dangers of mixing alcohol and drugs with escort work…..
It’s a well-known fact that alcohol and drugs will affect how your act and thinking skills will be affected. As you can appreciate, they aren’t a good idea to use when you’re working as an escort.
If you do want to use alcohol and drugs while you’re at work, only use a minimal amount. It’s crucial that you remain alert, stable and aware of what’s going on around you at all times. Alcohol and drugs can and will impair your ability to do those things.
Another downside to using alcohol and drugs is that it gives clients an opportunity to take advantage of you. Also, some of those clients may tempt you to use alcohol and drugs as payment for your services.
In general, it makes sense to avoid taking or accepting drugs with clients. If they offer you some drugs, you will have no idea what you get offered or what those drugs have been cut with.
What to do if your clients offer you drinks and food
The chances are high that your client will offer you something to drink or eat. If that happens, what should you do?
First of all, don’t accept any drink that you have not seen prepared. The last thing you want to do is consume anything spiked with drugs.
When it comes to food, only eat it if it’s been pre-packaged and still in a sealed wrapper or served in a restaurant. Also, don’t eat anything unless your client is happy to do so as well.
By following those tips, you can be sure that you will only consume untainted drinks and food. Getting dressed for work
It’s vital that you keep your clothing simple. The fewer items of clothing that you wear, the less that can get stolen or lost.
The type of clothing that you wear will usually depend on whether you work in an establishment or do out-calls. In general, it makes sense to:
Wear clothing that cannot get pulled over your shoulders to lock your arms; Avoid wearing tight skirts; Walk in comfortable shoes that allow you to run but come off quickly; Wear clothes that don’t need to get removed to have sex.
You should also avoid wearing things like scarves that can get used to choke you.
When it comes to jewelry and body piercings, it’s best not to have any. There are two reasons why that makes sense. Firstly, they could get pulled and cause you injuries. And, secondly, expensive-looking items could cause you to get mugged or robbed.
If your have piercings and are a selling point with your clients, be clear with them about how they should get used. After all: you don’t want to cause injury to yourself or your clients.
There’s no hard and fast rules about specific clothes and jewelry or piercings that you should have. It’s easier to think of the following points when you get dressed for work:
Can anything I wear get used to hurt me or my clients? Are any accessories I carry desirable to thieves? Do the clothes I wear provide easy access? Can I run fast in what I wear if the need arises? Are the things I wear likely to get caught getting in and out of cars?
Know your working area
One of the critical pieces of escorting advice anyone can ever give you is to know where you work. It’s likely that you’ll already know the area, but if you’re new to the town, do some research.
For example, study a map of the local area. Memorize the safest escape routes, and the location of places like police stations, pubs, and garages. You should also work out where to get a taxi from and where the local buses operate.
If you are aware of your working area, there’s a few tips that you should take on board too. One of the most obvious ones is to avoid working in secluded areas. If you have to scream for help, for example, will anyone be able to hear you?
Advice for escorts that work in establishments.
Are you planning to work in an establishment? If so, it makes sense to avoid working alone. Being with someone else makes it less likely that you will get attacked by any violent clients.
You should also have an ‘escape plan’ should things go wrong. Make a mental note of any escape routes in the building. One thing you can do is to ensure the door to your room isn’t locked. If there’s a key in the lock, remove it and keep it out of sight.
Otherwise, make sure you take a personal alarm and a mobile phone with you. If there are mirrors in the room, be sure to use them so you can see what your client is doing at all times.
From the outset, you should agree with your client what you are doing and how much you are charging. Always get paid upfront, and keep the cash somewhere safe and away from your other money.
Remember: if something doesn’t feel right, go with your gut feelings. Try to keep the situation calm and get out of the room as quickly as you can.
Advice for escorts that do home visits or ‘out-calls’
There are some extra safety tips that you need to consider if you do home visits or out-calls.
In either case, it’s vital you speak to the client and find out exactly what they want before you go. Doing so means you have the opportunity to refuse the out-call if you feel uncomfortable with it.
As mentioned previously, you should make it clear from the outset how much you are going to charge. That way, you both know how much money the client is to pay you.
Does the client sound drunk or under the influence of drugs? If the answer is yes, it’s highly recommended that you avoid providing them with any services.
Out-calls to a client’s home
Before you agree to visit a client at their home, be sure to get their name and full address. You should try to confirm their landline number with directory enquiries. If they only provide a mobile number, it’s likely they have something to hide.
Another thing you should do before seeing the client at their home is to meet them in a public place. Doing so gives you the opportunity to change your mind if you’re uncomfortable with them.
If you do agree to go their home, make a note in your mind of how many cars are on the driveway. Are there more people at the property than you were expecting? And if they live in a block of flats, what are the escape routes from their flat?
Once you go into their home, ask to use the bathroom. You then have the opportunity to survey the layout of their home, and make a mental note of things like photos and furniture. It also gives you the chance to check for any hidden cameras.
If things don’t go according to plan, try to keep yourself and the situation calm. You should then exit the property as soon as you can, and head straight to a public place.
Out-calls to hotels
Does your client wish you to visit them at a hotel? If so, try to meet with them in a public place first, such as the hotel’s bar. It gives you the opportunity to check them out first, especially if you’ve not spoken to them before. Be sure to familiarize yourself with all exit routes in the hotel (i.e. stairs and lift locations).
If you haven’t met them in public beforehand, there’s a few things you can do. First of all, ask for their name and room number. Don’t agree to meet them if they aren’t willing to provide all that information to you.
Next, after confirming the hotel’s phone number, ask to call the client back. Only then should you arrange to meet them. When going to the hotel, work out the location of bus routes and taxis. That way, you know where to go when you want to go home.
Once you’re in the hotel room, survey it and make sure there are no hidden cameras. If you have a bad feeling about the situation, leave immediately.
Last, but not least, make sure you tell someone where you are going and when you’re planning to leave. You should also contact them once you leave the client to confirm that everything is okay. Once you leave your client
You shouldn’t assume that all has gone according to plan once you’ve left your client. The sad truth is that some people will attempt to follow an escort and attack them afterwards.
Be sure to observe your surroundings and check if you’re being followed or not. If someone is following you (i.e. your client or someone they know), try not to panic.
What you should aim to do is head straight to the nearest public place. But, you must do so only by sticking to public routes and busy roads.
Once you are safe, consider leaving a report about your client if it is them that has followed you.
Be sure to head to a public place rather than your home. After all; the last thing you want to do is have them know where you live! Stay safe by using protection and contraception
One of the most significant risks anyone in escorting will face is ending up pregnant or on the receiving end of an STI. That’s why it makes perfect sense to use protection and contraception.
Before you provide any services, make it clear that your clients must use protection. If they refuse to do so, you are well within your rights to walk away. You should only do what you feel comfortable doing.
Another thing you should do is to have regular STI checks. Doing so will give you peace of mind knowing that you haven’t been the recipient of an STI. Plus, it gives your clients peace of mind too.
You can usually have free STI checks from local sexual health clinics and hospitals. Plus, it means that you don’t have to make your GP aware of your occupation.
Network with other escorts
One final tip you should consider doing is to network with your fellow escorts. By keeping in contact with them, you can learn about any potential violent client and let them know as well.
You also have the opportunity to forge friendships with other escorts, and provide each other with support. The last thing you want to do is feel alone and vulnerable when you work as an escort.
As you can imagine, networking with other escorts is easy if you work out of an establishment. But, if you work alone, there are different ways to network with them. For instance, you could join a local sex worker support project or use the forum to reach out to other escorts in your area.