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She is emphatic that she became an escort on her own volition, that she has never had a pimp and that she doesn’t touch drugs. (During an interview at a west-county bar that lasted several hours, she didn’t order a drink.)
She says she specializes in “GFE,” commonly employed shorthand for “girlfriend experience.” The term is loosely defined, but Mac describes it as doing anything the “ideal companion” would. Needless to say, that includes the intimate act frowned upon in Pretty Woman : kissing on the mouth. (Two GFE-related entries from the “Abbreviations” glossary: DFK = Deep French Kissing; LFK = Light Face Kissing.) It also means, Mac says, being excited to see her date, appearing to be genuinely interested in what they have to say and not rushing to leave.
For her services, Mac charges anywhere from $350 an hour to several thousand dollars for a weekend or multiple-hour stay.
“I’m a like a therapist,” she explains. “Sometimes I’m a mom, sometimes I’m a wife, sometimes a slut, sometimes I’m a girlfriend, a sister. Sometimes people just need someone to care. So many people are just unloved. There are times when I have an appointment when I feel so good because I feel like I’ve been able to touch somebody emotionally that maybe hasn’t been touched in a long time.”
Asked directly whether she enjoys what she does for a living, she responds, “I think that I do like what I do most days. I make the schedule, I work when I want to work and I don’t when I don’t. I choose to do my job, I don’t have to. That’s a big deal in this industry.
“If you’re not sound emotionally, this industry will tear you down,” she adds. “There are definitely days where it’s maybe not a good day, where I feel like it’s affected me more. But those are few and far between. If I’m having a bad day, it’s not a good day to be working. I think for some ladies, that can be a pitfall.”
Mac says her spouse knows about her profession and approves of it. But, she adds, “My biggest fear is always my kids finding out. Everything else is just things that I can take care of. But that will never leave my child if they ever found out. I could never take that back.”
Stacey Swimme says many women use Craigslist as a jumping-off point into prostitution. The anonymity the site affords users, coupled with the fact that it’s free, popular and easy to use, combine to render it about as close as America currently comes to the decriminalization of sex work.
“I think of Craigslist as training wheels,” says Swimme. “When a girl wants to work in the sex industry, she ought to able to contact a local union and ask, ‘What kind of materials do I need? What training do I need?’ Since that’s not available, Craigslist is the easiest way.”
It was the lack of resources for women starting out in the field that spurred Amanda Brooks, a Dallas-based former call girl, to author her Internet Escort’s Handbook .
“Craigslist is generally people who haven’t really studied the business, so they end up taking a lot of risks,” Brooks says when reached by phone. “Often they don’t screen [their customers], which is very unsafe, and the men who surf Craigslist generally aren’t your better clients. And police have been busting girls on there ever since it started.”
“I didn’t screen my clients at first,” Mac says of her early Craigslist experience. “I was really naive, I didn’t know how to really protect myself. I didn’t know about a lot of message boards [like STLASP]. I didn’t know any of this, so I was taking a big risk.” Now she requires potential clients to fill out an online form that includes home and work phone numbers — which she calls to verify their identities.
One of STLASP’s most popular forums is devoted exclusively to discussing Craigslist’s “erotic services” pages. Hundreds of posts come from users asking their peers to verify that a particular ad isn’t a fake or a police sting. Another forum, “Alerts,” is devoted to pointing out “Robs” — escorts who show up intending to blackmail a client.
“I take all posts [on Craigslist] with a grain of salt,” one user recently wrote. “There is so much drama and cut throat [ sic ] practices on there that almost everything on it is BS.”
Mac says she has gone out of her way enforce standards to make her site different from Craigslist. Anyone who types in all-caps, can’t spell properly or relies too much on Web shorthand — all trademarks of the red-light section of the San Francisco-based classifieds site — is banned. (One of the longest-running threads on STLASP is devoted to the unintentionally hilarious misspellings and mistakes that appear on Craigslist. (Two highlights: “I’m available all mourning” and “Super Bowel specials.”)
As Craigslist, chat rooms and social-networking sites have skyrocketed in popularity, they’ve increasingly become the focus of academic research. Social scientists have begun to study how the anonymity afforded by the medium affects human behavior. Not surprisingly, some researchers have examined online communities that focus on sex.
In a paper called “The Gender Dynamics of Online Sex Talk,” presented last year at the European Gender and Internet Communication Technology Symposium at the University of Helsinki, Chrystie Myketiak writes that “[s]ocial expectations and norms work to keep sexuality and sexual topics that, though culturally ubiquitous, are considered bad taste to openly discuss. On the Internet, people face fewer consequences for deviating from dominant social norms and can explore topics in ways that seem confidential and anonymous.”

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