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A Pretty Escort Sat on a Stool In The MGM in Vegas, Who Was She, Really? Dirty Money.

June 20, 2009

I’ll never forget the escort sitting on a stool at the MGM Grand Hotel with her short blond hair, and brown boots over her skin tight blue jeans. I sat across the lounge with my then boyfriend, and looked at her ripe age of maybe 29.

“That’s an Escort, Mea,” Scott said to me, “why you want one?”

“What? No! I was just staring again at people who interest me, you know it’s a problem. Fuck off, if you want her pull out your wallet discreetly and fuck her! You’ll fuck anything!” I say pissed off. I was supposed to be the center of his world, how dare a hooker cross his mind.

Then I start to think. They make so much money for selling their bodies for sex, and I had to really think how raped I felt, literally. I’m good looking, and I get nothing.  

I thought about a hooker who flies every two weeks to exotic places and is overly paid and probably dying inside. It isn’t as bad as the world paints her out to be. Do we not all sell ourselves in one way or another to get ahead? Maybe the escort and John are happy? Isn’t that what matters?

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Don’t get me wrong, I have no interest to be an Escort. I’ve had offers in La Jolla, CA shopping. It was by a man who offered to pay me $5k to attend an event with him in Vegas. We’d fly there and he’d pay for the dress. I was in shock, for some moral reason I can’t do anything like that.

But then I have 5 beers and sleep with Mr. Suave of the evening and hurt my boyfriend. Twisted. 

What’s sick is the idea of a group of HIV infected angry-at-woman men who attend HIV support groups, form a ring, and decide to call a few girls, ‘sluts’, their prey. Will they ever bleed the same?  Could you fathom such a sick fiasco? I could. I’ve seen men mad, and mad at woman. Thoughts?

                                                                              Random memory.

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  1. June 21, 2009 8:56 p06

    Hello my dear Mea,

    I’ve spent forty-five minutes or so here reading your blogs. I’m so eager to return when I can really dive in and devote the kind of time this kind of writing merits. Your blogs are very thought provoking and your style of writing makes them even more so.

    You found me here on WordPress. I enjoy these situations most would call “coincidences.” To me, you finding my blogs, then sharing yours with me is the way the Universe works. It’s synchronicity.

    Be well, and stay in touch! Thank you so much for sharing.

    Mark

  2. June 21, 2009 8:56 p06

    Hello Mark,

    I’m speechless. You don’t know how much it means to me that you have spent so much time reading my blogs, and plan to continue. I only hope they live up to what you expect, forgive me, I have a bad day or two, here and there.

    No. In all honesty, your comment came at the perfect time, and I needed such positive words, thank you.

    I still have failed to look yours over, but I promise, I will, and comment. I love comments! 🙂

    Truly,

    Mea Nada Madison

  3. James Gapinski permalink
    June 22, 2009 8:56 p06

    I’ve been perusing your page since I noticed your post from about a half hour ago. Interesting, provocative work. I’m wondering where this dynamicism comes from though – i.e. your inspiration for this blog; you don’t have an “about” page that I could find.

    If you ever want to throw something my way for a guest-blogger post, just shoot an e-mail.

    Regards,
    James Gapinski
    http://justsuppositions.wordpress.com

  4. June 22, 2009 8:56 p06

    James,

    Thank your for bringing it to my attention that I don’t have an ‘about’ page, I need to post one. But that’s scary, I’ll have to define my clear vision, that I’m not sure I have…however I can tell you the blog began as a post empowering bipolar illness and those who have it, but it didn’t run as planned, as life goes. What I can also say is that writing provides a place for me to write about experiences, and reflect, or throw around ideas I can’t always say so loudly including a fantasy writing or two. I love the implications of writing.

    As per the dynamic in the writing, that comes from a life lived young, a soul that speaks to me, and constant thoughts in my mind. If that is what you were referring to.

    I can’t thank you enough for the blog you wrote and your mentioning my name and blog. I also appreciated your input/suggestions, and plan to monitor my length in sentences. Thank you.

    I would be honored to write a blog for your site. Let’s talk further about that, and how you like to work with other bloggers. I have a lot of topics.

    Have a great week.

    Thanks again.

    Sincerely,

    Mea Nada Madison

  5. Rilaly permalink
    June 23, 2009 8:56 p06

    I’ve never understood the George Carlin line regarding the whore status of every joe on the street. I find it hard to equate a crossing guard with a person who is willing to open the holiest of holies for some stranger on the street who is willing to give her legal tender. I have found that most women hating men are frustrated that they’ve never been able to get a woman to love them. To quote Michael Stipe anyone can get laid, but can one earn love?

    • June 23, 2009 8:56 p06

      If you don’t mind me asking, how did you find the blog?

      I’m glad you did, I appreciate your honest thoughts.

      Truly,

      Mea Nada M.

  6. June 23, 2009 8:56 p06

    Hello,

    I’m sorry but I’m not familiar with the George Carlin line you speak of. I don’t believe I was equating anyone or any profession, what I was saying is maybe I shouldn’t be so harsh on escorts and their profession because they’re are doing what it is that they have to do to survive. Of course, they could be a nurse, but they’re not, and for whatever reason, probably money, they have sex with strangers. Are you so harsh because they have offended or hurt you directly? Have you ever had a one night stand?–Here again, I’m not comparing, I’m just saying we’re not all perfect. I’m not a escort by the way. And ‘The Art of Loving’ by Erich Fromm is one of my favorites. I have been in love and then killed by death of the love. Anyway, I value love.

    Thank you for your comment, I was unclear as per the woman statement about having a woman love her, maybe you can enlighten me on that one? I’m interested what your saying, just confused.

    Thanks again,

    Mea Nada M.

  7. March 18, 2010 8:56 p03

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  9. April 29, 2010 8:56 p04

    It looks very interesting. I liked it.

  10. dee hill permalink
    October 4, 2010 8:56 p10

    Any job where you work for others is prostitution.

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