Sex Worker Claims She Helps Save Marriages

A sex worker from Sussex says its better when married men who want to cheat, have sex with escorts because this way, there are no emotional attachments.

According to the report on Daily Mail, the sex worker claims that sleeping with married men helps save their marriages and keeps families together.

The mother of two, further explained that it's better for cheating men to get their fix with her and return home to their wives, rather than establish an emotional attachment to other women.

Another sex worker, Lola, admits she too sleeps with married fathers but has to 'detach' herself in order to let go of the guilt.

These stories were featured on Sex on The Streets, a shocking documentary offering an inside look into the world of a sex worker. For the documentary, journalist Storm Huntley meets various women on the front line of sex work.

The mother of two, whose identity is withheld for the sake of her kids, says she 'enjoys her job' and believes she helps families stay together when the man has the urge to stray. 

'For a man to go out to and meet a normal woman and get emotionally attached to her is far worse than coming to get your sex and going back home again,' she argues.

'I feel like actually I help families and help keep them together.' 

She claims she made £3,000 in six days by entertaining three 'clients' a day.

Storm also met with a wife from south London who discovered her husband had been seeing prostitutes after finding incriminating videos and pictures on his phone.

When she confronted him he said it was an 'old habit for him'.

'He says it doesn’t reflect on what you've got at home; just because you've got really nice food at home doesn’t mean you don't want to eat out'. She lamented. 'He said as a man you don't want to have sex with the same person all the time, it gets really boring, you want to try out different bodies, access to much younger women.'

'It was like it's an itch he has to scratch, like its compulsive,' she told Storm.

'You feel like you’ve been punched in the stomach, you feel sick, shaky, you can't eat, you can't sleep if you are a victim', she added.

During the show, Storm meets with George McCoy, a married man who has written guidebooks to brothels for 40 years.

He describes himself as the 'Compare the Market' of the adult industry and claims women should only be able to charge a 'reasonable price' for their body if they provide 'a decent service'.

When Storm asks him to justify his reviews, which accuse escorts of putting on weight and being 'past their sell-by date', he argues: 'These ladies of their own free will have decided to offer intimate sexual services. They can do it well or they can do it badly, all I do is indicate which is which.'

When he was asked if he's ever worried women have been forced into the sex industry, George replies: 'I was unhappy when I was in school and I got over it

'A lot of them have said to me, "George, tell it like it is. We have all these do-gooders making out that we don't like doing what we're doing, but we do"


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