I thought of the acronym SAFE for a url but unfortunately it was taken, but SAAFE wasn't, and thus Support and Advice for Escorts was born.Sarah Jane, being the most techy-minded out of the two of us set up the website and between the two of us asked other escorts for their contributions to our new site.
As some of society is not yet ready to accept us, this site is dedicated to helping people who may have no-one to talk to about this, don't know where to start, who to trust or who maybe thought they were the only escort around.
There are thousands of escorts currently working in the UK and you can bet that someone else out there has experienced the same issues that you have encountered or may be soon to encounter.
We offer a range of helpful advice, guidance and support on every aspect of the paid sex scene.
If we don't list what you're looking for then just head over to our forum and ask us!
We tried to think up a good name that would embody what we'd like the advice site to be all about.
We would also have to buy the domain with the same name.Some of us made a conscious decision to enter this line of work and some of us just 'fell into it'.is run by women with a wealth of experience to share with others.I was always being asked advice on various things and so was Sarah-Jane.We said to each other, instead of writing the same advice to different would-be escorts all the time, how about we set up a website sharing the collective advice and views of not just ourselves, but of various other escorts, too?We would and will still ask for contributions from other escorts as we always thought it would be good to get different viewpoints on varying subjects, from ways of working to dealing with timewasters.