An unconventional career change in Australia: 31-year-old Ryan James said good-bye job in the financial world after seven years and started as a gigolo.
Successfully, the man from Sydney now charges up to 6,000 Australian dollars (more than 3,800 euros) for sometimes days ‘company’. “Most women who book me want breakfast in bed”, he revealed on Australian TV. He has put his experiences into the book ‘Male Escort: Secrets of the Sex Industry’.
Prostitution is legally down under. It took some time before Ryan inform his parents about his new livelihood. “They might have had a different job for me, but now they have no problems with my work.” Ryan rolled into the world by a friend who wanted to resume her job as an escort after a break.
One of his first dates was a surprise party for a 24-year-old woman. It was only on the spot that Ryan was told that all female attendees were active as escorts. And/or striptease, including the birthday party. Ryan endured his baptism of fire with verve.
The man emphasizes that the vast majority of his customer base wants a good conversation in addition to intimacy. The formula for which he is most requested includes a luxurious dinner at restaurant. Followed by six hours of pampering at a hotel with overnight accommodation and a final breakfast in bed. In every large Australian city, he sits clients.
‘I should write a book.’ – It’s something many sex workers say to themselves. For good reason. It’s a profession that lends itself to plenty of crazy and unique stories. It’s often still seen as a taboo subject to talk about, with many sex workers hiding their faces in their ads, pic.twitter.com/Fl8nJZwc4o
— Ryan James (@ryanjamessydney) October 25, 2018
Women who want to give the gigolo – besides his agreed rate – a present (“not required, but very appreciated”) can visit his website. There is a real wish list for, among other things, suits from Armani and Boss, Prada shoes or a financial contribution to some good causes. Ryan is not only a gigolo but also a P-actor. On Instagram he almost round the cape of 40,000 followers.