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Nov 05 2023

Top 12 Questions You Shouldn't Ask Trans Girls

Top 12 Questions You Shouldn't Ask Trans Girls (Escorts)

A pleasant conversation is the key to a good time. During a conversation, we most often relax and feel more comfortable and calmer in the company of a person we still don’t know well.
However, the entire atmosphere can be destroyed by one single inappropriate question.
Among all the things that come to your mind when meeting a transsexual from the intimate services industry, what exactly should you not ask?
Here are the most common questions that irritate or cause discomfort.
Of course, this list of questions is far from exhaustive, but it will give you a good idea of what to ask and what not to.

1. What is your real name? What was your name before?

It's surprising how many clients ask this question. If the escort you are meeting uses a pseudonym to protect their privacy or for some other reason, it is inappropriate to ask for their passport name.
As for the question of what the name was before the transition process began, that's just rude. But besides this, this is an attempt to recall that very difficult time, which, of course, is very unpleasant to remember. Such questions cause nothing but negative and unpleasant feelings. By asking such a question, you will instantly destroy any good mood and thereby ruin the atmosphere of the meeting. Keep your curiosity to yourself.

The same applies to any personal questions: about age, origin, or place of birth. Everyone values privacy, and trans girls are no exception.

2. Do you have a boyfriend? Are you married? Are you single or in a relationship?

The topic of our possible private relationships is very personal and concerns only us. While some of us are willing to talk about it, most prefer to keep this information private. This choice should be respected.
Some escorts are single, others are married, in a relationship, or even polyamorous. All configurations exist, but I suggest you don't mention this topic.

3. Are you willing to meet me out of context (for free)?

...And all the options like “How should I go with you?”, “I would like us to meet in a different context”, “Can we meet for free?” etc.
Even if the escort you meet enjoys being with you, keep in mind that this is her professional activity and she is unlikely to want to change the type of relationship she has with you.
Be polite, and enjoy the moment, but stay where you are and let her stay where she is if you want to continue dating her.

4. What do you do for a living? What is your real job?

This question may seem innocent to you, but you shouldn't ask it. The person you meet may well have another professional activity; it is unlikely that she will want to share this information.
She may also work exclusively in the field of sex services, and then this question will sound offensive or judgmental.

5. What are your fantasies? What do you like? Who do you prefer more, men or women? 
And other variations of questions to find out what can bring her pleasure.

When you ask these questions, you may genuinely want to know what the girl you're dating likes. However, she will meet with you to respond to your request, and during your meeting, she will be focused and attentive to your preferences and desires.
Her own desires, what she likes, and her fantasies are part of her intimate life and it is unlikely that she will want to share them as part of her activities.
For many escorts, you must be precise in your wishes and can convey them. A trans girl definitely takes the initiative, but she cannot guess what exactly you would like at the moment and in general.
Always read her site carefully, respect the girl, respect her time and terms and I assure you, you will get the most out of her. And you will certainly be delighted with the time she devotes to you.
If you want to please her, give her a gift from her wish list or leave a tip.

(You can find my wish list in the FAQ section).
 
6. I’m beautiful, can you give me the best price? And any attempt to achieve a rate
reduction.


When you contact an escort, you agree to abide by the terms and conditions that she states in her advertisements, on her website, or that she tells you when making an appointment.
You order a service, the conditions of which are pre-written and determined. Trying to negotiate our rates is rude. If you respect our work, don't negotiate.
 
7. What will you do when you leave this profession?

This question has a very unpleasant connotation. This means that an age will come at which it will no longer be possible to be an escort.
It may come as a surprise, but there are workers of all ages, and some colleagues over 60 continue to perform very well.
Moreover, those who want to change activities in a more or less long term do not necessarily want to discuss it.
 
8. What does your family think? Your partner?

Sex work is a stigmatized activity, and I know it can be tempting to question how we deal with that stigma.
If the question is focused on transformation, this is one of the most unpleasant topics for discussion; you should not get involved in it at all.
Regardless of whether it's something that is openly discussed within the family circle or whether it's still a sensitive topic, it is most likely the person you ask will be uncomfortable and won't want to talk about it.

9. Can I be the first customer of the day?

This request is rude because it implies that we don't know how to manage our energy, hygiene, and schedule.
Some colleagues like to have multiple meetings throughout the day, others prefer to meet with only one person per day. Whatever our method of working, we know how to bring you the best
during your scheduled appointment.

What we do before or after meeting you is our business and has nothing to do with you.

10. Have you ever been attacked? Raped? Who are your worst clients?

If you use the services of an escort, then this allows you to have a pleasant time and brighten up your day. She does everything possible to make this moment unforgettable.
When you ask her this type of question, you are putting her in a very unpleasant situation, and it is unfair because it makes it difficult for her to meet you.
 
Personally, my biggest pet peeve is from clients who have asked me this question.

11. Are you planning the final transition (final operation)?

Questions of such an intimate nature are quite unnerving and can significantly affect how your meeting with the trans girl will go.
Believe me, discussing such topics is not easy, and even difficult with a person who does not understand much about this topic, or is asking out of idle curiosity.
 
12. Is everything okay with erectile function? (Do you still get hard?)

In general, after such rudeness, most girls stand up and leave the room, or block during correspondence. You wouldn't ask such a question at a classic meeting with an escort, so you shouldn't ask it to a trans girl either.

The most sexual organ of a person is the brain. All the excitement is there, you shouldn’t dissolve it with nonsense and outright rudity.

Probably, each escort has a dozen more questions that are inappropriate to ask, but the main rule for everyone remains the same: be polite, respectful, and generous and you will have a great time in the company of an attentive, responsive, and skillful companion.