Q I would be much obliged if you know of any escort sites suited for disabled people. I had some information, but due to circumstances, have lost the site featuring services. I hope I haven't offended anyone by my request but we all have needs often not met by everyday life.
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The truth is that escort services, and by this I assume you mean sex workers, are quite changeable. If you go to a massage parlour, they are subject to who is running them and who is working for them at any one time.. It has general information about sex workers, massage parlours and UK law. The best initial advice is to do some research. Ring up or email them, stating your access needs and the service you require. If you have mobility difficulties, ask if the premises are on the ground floor. Do you need help dressing and undressing? Will you need to have a PA take you there and wait for you? If you don't have communication difficulties, a phonecall can often give a good initial idea of how helpful and open they are to your particular needs as a disabled client. You should also think carefully about allowing someone you don't know to visit your home. If you do, be aware that you may be vulnerable to theft and other security issues, so have someone within easy call whom you can trust and who is discreet. It would usually be preferable, therefore, to visit the sex worker if possible. In addition, time is an issue for sex workers, and time is money. As a disabled person you may require an unrushed experience and more time than a non-disabled person. This will cost more in most places, but like most things in this world you have to pay for what you get, so for most disabled people this is an expensive solution to meeting their sexual needs and not a practical or even desirable alternative to a full sexual and intimate relationship. Finally, always be respectful to the sex worker and practise safe sex. Also, remember that the person you employ is offering you a service, not a relationship.