Unless there is a language barrier or it is an incredibly quick “quickie”, companions and clients are going to talk. But what are the taboo subjects?
I am sure few would wish to start an argument, as it hardly makes for a relaxed meeting. But I am sure there are some who would be surprised at some of the topics which do come up.
I am guessing we were all indoctrinated not to discuss the taboos of politics, sex and religion. However, sex is not a subject one can really avoid discussing! So, even with my dodgy maths that leaves two taboo subjects!
If one is not very religiously minded, bringing religion up, any religion, can make the other party feel uncomfortable. However, should meetings have to be totally secular affairs?
I have been in meetings which were more akin to a sermon in church on a Sunday morning than what it really was meant to be. Such was the theologising I was left feeling quite uneasy.
Now, I respect anyone’s beliefs and their right to practice them openly. I am merely stating, for either a Punter or Escort who is not religiously inclined or who may be an atheist, it can either lead to one party feeling awkward or even to an unnecessary confrontation.
Each party needs to be able to quickly read the other one in a meeting and it is important to assess whether there is an openness to one’s views or if the barriers are coming down.
The temptation to lecture someone should be avoided at all costs, as, to my mind, a person who is browbeaten into accepting the views of another will never be truly convinced.
I am fairly interested in politics and for my job I need to keep a handle on what is going on in the country as a whole and, in particular, with the economy. I may be odd (?!) but I do find politics interesting. I have my own views and I have my own set of values. However, I have no desire to sit in a meeting and to discuss politics at length! Believe me, whilst I enjoy chatting and taking an interest in another, experience has shown me, politics is just not a subject to discuss if one wants to keep things harmonious. One could say it does not make a good bedfellow!
I have had meetings when politics have come up. One meeting in particular springs to mind, where I felt like I was really being lectured to and told my views were “wrong”. This is precisely why I do not believe this is a subject for discussion, unless it is an open one and the views of both parties are given an equal airing and jointly respected. Experience has shown me, quite simply, politics is not conducive to a harmonious encounter, unless both parties know each other well and respect each other’s views completely.
In the case I highlighted above the lady was way too overtly political and it was one of the grounds for not repeating what had otherwise been a nice meeting.
Yet, is it wrong to talk about issues one passionate about? Not at all, but do bear in mind not everyone will share the same passions and may feel uncomfortable on certain topics. As I stated earlier, if you see the barriers descending, do take in the other person’s body language or subliminal messages. Ignore them at your peril!
I suppose we are all going to gravitate towards those with whom we share a greater affinity. If one does not wish to alienate people, it is best to steer clear of the more controversial topics, unless one knows how the other person feels.
I just want to make it clear, I have NO problem with this being part of a booking……….!