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‘I get what I want and no dates’
STUDENT Mark, 22, has been a prolific Tinder user since splitting with his.
last girlfriend earlier this year — and has also hooked up with more than.
one prostitute he met through the app.
He says: “I’ve not been interested in relationships since my last girlfriend.
dumped me. I did try some dating sites, but I had no success.
“One of my best pals told me about Tinder and I found it much more useful.
right from the start. It was light-hearted, welcoming and also very.
addictive. I found myself browsing all night when I first joined.
“I’ve met up with a few girls from Tinder so far, but the first experience was.
a wee bit awkward as the girl I’d been chatting to was an escort.
“When I first met her online she was very friendly and fun-loving, and there.
was a real sexual spark between us.
“We told each other all about ourselves, exchanged numbers and then she.
mentioned that she was an escort. Just like that.
“At first I was so gutted, but on the other hand I had wanted to try new.
things. That was part of the reason I joined the site in the first place.
“I didn’t want to visit prostitutes, so meeting someone I knew more about but.
still strictly for ‘business’ was a perfect option for me — and it was one.
of the most monumental sexual experiences I’ve ever had.
I enjoyed my time with her so much I have continued to see her whenever I can,
normally once a month. We keep in touch on a weekly basis and she sends me.
photos from her holidays.
“There is another escort I met on Tinder who I see every so often. But I.
wouldn’t want to visit more than two girls at any one time because even.
though I’m paying for their services, I do feel you develop a relationship.
“I’d say I’ve spent almost ?2,000 on hookers so far, but I don’t mind as I.
know I’ll get what I want and there are no boring dates or awkward silences.”
Prostitution in China.
An example of business card you may get walking down Nanjing Road, Shanghai.
In Shanghai there are so many prostitutes that I got curious and I did some researches about prostitution in China. One of best source of information on the topics is Red Lights: The Lives of Sex Workers in Postsocialist China.
According to the local police, in China there are seven categories of prostitutes (see N. Dougherty’s master thesis for details):
Mistress or Second wife (??, ernai) : She gets a monthly salary in exchange for regular sexual favors. Even if she usually does not offer romance or family life, sometimes she lives with the customer and may wish to marry him. Packaged girl (??, baopo ) : Similar to second wives but only work for limited time, as on business trips. These two upper tiers correspond to the ancient concubine, although the second wife and packaged girl are mostly kept secretly rather than in the household. Only rich men and Party cadres can afford them, therefore these girls are linked to corruption. Female companions (??, peinu) : You can find them everywhere in China: restaurants, karaoke – the (in)famous KTV xiaojie, – bars and clubs. For what I could notice, they usually stay in a corner playing with their cell phone and drinking some cocktails till a customer arrives. Many of these girls are employed to dance, sing, drink with the customers that pay for a table or, it the case of KTVs, for a room. Some of them will eventually leave with the customers. Ding dong girls (????, dingdong xiaojie) : They rent a room in a hotel and call the other rooms offering their services, usually a “massage.” They woke me up several time while I was staying in a hotel. Personally, I would add to this category also the girls that look for customers on QQ (the Chinese MSN) or on the web in general. Hairdressers and masseuses (???, falangmei) : Chinese hair salons and massage parlors are the place to go if you want to get a cheap “happy ending” (usually by masturbation or oral sex), especially the ones full of bored half-naked girls lighted up by pink lights you can find close to a train or subway station.
The falangmei are often migrants from the countryside and perform contractual work under a proprietress (laobanniang) or a pimp (pitiao) who provide them with housing, clothing and food, as well as a cell phone and monthly subscription. They do not make much more money than a worker, unless they receive tips from the customers. Street girl (??, jienu) : The name explains everything. They solicit customers in the halls of the hotels, bars and other entertainment outlets. They may offer petting (shangbanchang, first half) or intercourse (xiabanchang, second half). Street prostitutes may be accompanied by a laobanniang or work on their own. They are those at greatest risk of being apprehended by the police. Underclass girl (???, xiagongpeng) : They live in urban slams, usually in construction sites. They fill a social and sexual void, as the migrant workers usually have left their wives at home, and are paid with food.
Some facts about prostitution in China.
A survey found that prostitutes were considered more trustworthy than government officials. Overall prostitutes ranked third on the list of professions behind farmers and religious workers. [Source: Insight China magazine, 2009]
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