I’d love to know your opinion / stance on period sex, both personal experience versus you being the provider.
So, it sounds like you might be into period sex.
You’ve asked for my opinion, but you haven’t said whether it’s something you’re worried about or something that turns you on…perhaps it’s both? So I’ll try to cover all the bases.
(If you wrote in because you’re into period sex and want me to share personal stuff because you find it exciting, that’s a whole different service. Please feel free to contact me directly and I’ll quote you my rates for coming up with sexy stories.)
Warning for other readers: if you feel faint around blood – or descriptions of it – you might not want to read on.
Periods: a quick guide
Here’s a basic overview, for anyone who isn’t up to speed.
A period is when a woman’s uterus (or the uterus of anyone who has a uterus, really) releases tissue in the form of discharge. Every month or so, the uterus lining gets thicker to prepare for a fertilized egg if the person becomes pregnant. If that doesn’t happen, the lining is shed and passes out of the vagina as something resembling blood (although it’s actually more than just blood, and it can be any colour from bright red to dark brown.) It can take anywhere from a few days to a week for everything to empty itself out of there.
Not everyone gets a period, for a variety of reasons, but those of us who do get their periods usually have one every month or so.
Basically, it’s a totally normal thing that happens. If you’re in a relationship with someone and they get their period, it’s pretty normal to still have sex, and lots of folks do.
It’s slightly less safe from an STI point of view, because obviously there’s more risk of coming into contact with blood and/or bodily fluids. But unless it particularly bothers you, there’s really no reason why you can’t have period sex with a regular partner.
"How do escorts handle periods?"
So what about escorts? Well, we all have different ways of handling ‘shark week’. Since not everyone is into period sex – and it means an increased safer sex risk – I’m not going to spring it on an unsuspecting client. Most workers will either avoid taking bookings when they know their period is due, or use a device such as a menstrual cup or sponge to ensure it doesn’t affect your session.
If period sex squicks you out, don’t worry; the chances of you encountering period blood by accident when seeing an escort are slim, as most of us know when our period is due and can plan around it. (Although, like poop when doing anal, it’s just one of those things that can sometimes happen, and you need to get over it and be able to laugh about it afterwards. Bodies can be unpredictable, that’s just the way it is!)
Advice for period sex fetishists
If you’re interested in having period sex – if it turns you on – this is what I’d call a kink, or a fetish. Having a fetish for periods is, again, totally fine. You’re not the only one. But it might take a bit of work to organise a session where you could experience this. You’d need to:
- Find someone that’s comfortable with your kink and willing to make this happen.
- Work out the timing, and book a session for when your escort is likely to have her period (we can’t just turn it on like a tap!)
- Talk about safer sex beforehand, in case there are any extra precautions your escort wants (apart from condoms, which obviously will be mandatory.)
Be aware that you might be charged an extra fee for the fetish, the inconvenience to the escort, or just the clean up!
If this is something you’re looking for, I’d advise you to be up front when you reach out to request a booking. Not everyone will be into this – and you’ll doubtless hear a few ‘no’s – so be prepared for that too!
But if you’re polite and respectful, and are willing to plan carefully, you might be able to find someone who's willing to make it happen for you.
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