You sell sex for money.
You’re a man and your clients are also men.
There are some rules and guidelines to follow when you are working as an escort. As a sex worker, you are working with your body. It’s possible to contract sexually transmitted infections (HIV, STIs) during sex and to transmit these infections to other people. Be informed and protect yourself!
You’ll save yourself and your sexual partners a lot of trouble if you do. The same is true of sex in a relationship.
What are the rules?
- Always use a condom and a lot of water-based lubricant when you fuck.
- Don’t get cum in your mouth and never swallow it. Use a condom for blow-jobs.
- Have a hepatitis A and B jab.
- Get a test every three months for HIV, syphilis and other infections (STIs).
- Protect yourself against HIV, syphilis and other infections (STIs) in your private life too.
- Always agree your price for sex at the beginning.
- Agree with your client where you are going to go and what kind of sex he wants.
- Protect yourself against potentially violent clients and never agree to bareback sex.
- Never drink alcohol or take other kinds of drugs while you are working.
- Never mix poppers with impotence drugs – it could be lethal.
Prostitution is not prohibited in Switzerland.
Prostitution is, however, not allowed if:
- you are employed by an escort service or a club
- you have an L-permit (for foreign dancers in a nightclub or models)
- you have a tourist visa
- you are in the process of applying for a residence permit
- you are an asylum-seeker
- you are not yet 16 years of age
You can quit if you want to
- Only sell sex if you feel comfortable doing it.
- Don’t be tempted by the prospect of getting rich quick.
- Prostitution is not a job for life. Think about your future. Start making plans to quit.
- If working as an escort is starting to get you down, then quit.
- Seek help if you need it.
- Any questions? Then give us a call or drop by.
Or go ask Dr. Gay!