Prostitute working at five-star luxury brothel reveals kinkiest secrets
A HIGH-END hooker has lifted the lid on what it’s like to work in a lavish legal brothel.
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A sex worker who goes by the name Karma has spoken out about her day-to-day life as one of the newest employees at a five-star sex hotel.
Women earn up to £89,690 per year tending to the needs of their clients at the upmarket brothel – Stiletto.
Speaking on Reddit the 19-year-old from Sydney, Australia, invited social media users to ask her anything about her unusual line of work.
She said: “I am a new prostitute in a high-end legal brothel. AMA.”
1. Describe your typical clients. I'm guessing since you're "high-end" that weeds out some of the nasties?
“Surprisingly not a lot of businessmen. I haven't had a typical type of guy, they're all different.
"There's been an electrician, drummer, retired businessman, student, miner and a married couple (not sure what they did).”
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2. What do you offer and what do you draw the line at? And how much does it cost?
“Full service includes a room, complimentary drinks, mutual oral, sex and a massage.
“Kissing is $50 (£26) extra and we can choose to offer it or not. So is fantasy (dress-ups/role plays) and toys. Light bondage I think is a bit more. These are all items on the menu priced by the brothel.
“What's not on the menu is anal, which some girls do and charge their own rates. I would probably do it for $400 (£211) extra. Ejaculating on the body is $50 (£26) and on the face is $200 (£105).
“I absolutely will not let anyone ejaculate in my mouth or have unprotected sex. I do not offer oral sex without a condom either.”
On top of that, Karma won’t let clients touch her downstairs because “bacteria under their fingernails can cause infections”.
She added: “If they really want to and I'm comfortable with them, they have to put a condom on their fingers.”
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3. What is your wage?
“I make $200 (£105) per hour not including extras, the client pays $400 (£211) per hour.
"I've been working once a week, the shifts are 10 hours long but it depends how many bookings you get. I make about $1,500 (£791) per shift.”
4. What is your favourite sex position?
“On top. Where I belong.”
5. How sexually satisfied does your work make you feel, if at all?
“It's quite sexually fulfilling and it is fun. I still see my casual sex partners regularly, but it's less of a necessity.
“The aspects of my job I enjoy the most are meeting interesting people, some of the guys are great for conversation and have a lot of great stories.
“Also I've had great sex on the job, which is always fun. There was also a booking where I played pool for four hours naked in high heels. That was especially fun.”
6. Do you find sex with paying customers truly arousing, or are there certain customers who just don't turn you on? What do you do if you're not in the mood?
“I am truly aroused by some customers but not all of them. When I'm not immediately attracted to a guy I try to find some common ground or something about him I like.
“I believe that a connection is important, especially if they're paying so much money for your time. If I'm just completely not into it, which doesn't happen, I fake enthusiasm and use a lot of lube.”
7. How often do you have sex in your personal sex life? And what's the most outrageous or risky sexual thing you've ever done?
“I have sex maybe twice a week in my personal life and yes, there's been times I've been too tired after work. The most outrageous would be some ropes and bondage.”
8. Are there any fetishes that you enjoy outside work? Would you ever consider working in an establishment that promotes this kind of thing?
“I do have a few fetishes – bondage, choking, spanking. I probably wouldn't consider working in fetish though because I like keeping those things for my personal sex life.”
9. What is your favourite and least favourite part of the job?
“Favourite part of the job is the sex and money, least favourite is the boredom waiting around between clients.”
10. Are there instances in which you can actually decline to have sex with a client?
“Of course nobody is forced to have sex with anybody, but I haven't had instances where I've had to decline a booking. We are able to walk out of a booking if a client repeatedly doesn't follow rules or things like that.”