If You’re Sort of Somebody
For some reason, the most salacious thing anyone ever really wants to know about my work is what “celebrities” or “famous people” I’ve gotten to meet.
This is never a very fun topic of conversation for me, because even alluding to the position or profession of a client is akin to outing them for all the world. I don’t ever have good stories to share. Not even for my friends.
Notoriety can be a blessing in a great many ways but it can also be a great burden as far as needs go. Public figures ranging from small town mayors to internationally known musicians and performers don’t stop enjoying having a trusted confidant in their presence simply because a lot of people know who they are. It’s so alarming to me when people in this day and age react with such glee and feigned shaming when famous men are socially hobbled by some kind of allegedly “scandalous” behavior.
I work very hard to make sure my secrets stay secret. If you are sort of somebody, I implore you to read over my security precautions before you reach out to any professional companions to learn some simple ways you might avoid ending up turned inside out for the world to see. I will also likely insist on communicating with you through encrypted channels (Telegram/ProtonMail) since I don’t want to draw any more attention to our private conversations than you do.
Whether you’re sort of someone (or you prefer not to be for an evening or a weekend) or not, our time will never be anyone else’s business.
Please know that I am glad to deal with assistants, agents, or trusted friends if that makes scheduling any simpler for you. Fly Me To You might be the perfect choice to maintain your discretion. Consider the Incall add-on, if you’d prefer I make hotel or other accommodations in my name, rather than yours.