No strings attached, discreet,
expensive sex, anywhere in the world.
Becky  is highly educated (with a
master’s degree), vivacious and stunning.
Her wardrobe is immaculate and she is equally
comfortable holding court at a cocktail party
or entertaining in the bedroom.
She is a contemporary courtesan, part of an
elite band of escort girls willing to jet off
at a moment’s notice to become the playthings
of the planet’s wealthiest and most influential men.
These women can return home from a day’s work
with £10,000 bulging in their Gucci handbags.
Courtesan has become a euphemism to describe
a woman who is a confidante, escort, mistress or
a prostitute, especially one of dignified etiquette
who attracts wealthy or influential clients.
There’s a growing desire among men [and women] willing
to pay for sex to have for a ‘girl/boyfriend’ experience.
A contemporary courtesan supplies that service.
She offers herself in her entirety. The whole
experience, whether a few moments or a few days,
feels as though there is a deep connection of
sensuality and warmth between the parties.
The art of being a courtesan is perfected only with
the exchange of affection and a desire for closeness,
which comes from raw, unbridled passion. A true
courtesan feels appreciates her client.
Having been a professional paramour all my adult life,
I was struck by the recent resurgence of requests
for romantic interludes. What’s caused so many people
suddenly to feel so alone and in need of someone
to listen, a hand to hold, or casual dinner conversation?
The answer is clear. Most of us failed
miserably when it comes to differentiating
between the words “sex” and “sensuality.”
Our view of what is “sexy” has become so askew
that many women and men don’t even know what
their own desires are anymore.
With most contemporary portrayals of sexuality
being outright promiscuity and tactless drunken
debauchery, it’s not surprising women and men
have lost sight of the joys and need for sensuality.
Women Who Sell Sex
Whore is an honest term but has puritan disgust in it.
Today the contemporary courtesan is still a prostitute
but one with wealthy or upper-class clients.
Many feminists would use ‘whore’ to describe most
women as slaves servicing kitchen, children and husbands.
Courtesan has also been applied to influential women
Like Eva Perón and Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel.
The attempt to define such women as courtesans is often
intended to draw attention to certain perceived qualities,
ambitions or conduct which are held to be courtesan-like.