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Jackjrct
01-19-2003, 02:47 AM
To go along with a poll on the girls site:

Have you ever paid for extras?

I have not

Jackjrct
01-20-2003, 02:29 AM
Extra does not mean extra nice, you have defined it correctly. Anything that is not legal.

Chuck149
01-20-2003, 06:36 AM
Just a little extra "touching" ::) but did not pay extra for it.... but I guess extra touching is illegal so yes I got extras but didn't pay for it, so my answer is no, I guess :o well now I'm totally confused. ???

Jackjrct
01-20-2003, 10:50 AM
Let's assume extra to mean HJ, BJ, FS..... an extra touch here or there is okay, for the purpose of this poll

Jackjrct
01-21-2003, 05:04 AM
Hand job, Blow job and full service. And no, that is not what a club is for that is what an escort service is for.

ASU_Racer
01-21-2003, 08:11 AM
I never have, but I've never been offered. I hope I never sink to the level of "needing" extras. Any man who has to pay for sex is doing something wrong.

Chuck149
01-21-2003, 09:05 AM
I never have, but I've never been offered. I hope I never sink to the level of "needing" extras. Any man who has to pay for sex is doing something wrong.
Ahhh ! to be young and in college again ;D those were the days ;)
I never look for extras in a strip club, there are places for that ;D

Dharmabum
01-21-2003, 10:20 AM
If you define extra's as a sex act, no; if you define extra's as beyond club rules, absolutely.

That is one of the perks of being a regular.

ASU_Racer
01-21-2003, 01:10 PM
Ahhh ! to be young and in college again ;D those were the days ;)


The sad thing is Chuck, I lack the "game" required to "score" these days. Let me give an example:

I just moved into the dorms, and of course my mom tosses a box of rubbers in with my shit. So my friends are over helping me unpack and we find the box. They start making bets on how many I'll use in the single semester I'm here. All my guy friends say none (or one because I'll use it as a water balloon) and my only gal friend said four, but she was being nice.

Even lacking game I still would never resort to looking for extras. Like I said in another thread, I think it's degrading for a man to resort to that, and as a gentleman I would never participate in anything degrading toward a woman.

Now if she wants to take me back to her place, that's another story. ;)

witt
01-21-2003, 04:54 PM
So escorts are where guys, of course not us, get hand jobs, blow jobs and full service legally?



Not legally in the U.S. unless you are in certain counties in Nevada.

Jackjrct
01-22-2003, 10:34 AM
And what evidence would they use? Can they prove anything that is said here is true? We are not naming places and people.

True some local police could set up a sting at a local strip club, if one were named here. And they can come down to the club I go to and they would be very disappointed, since nothing happens there.

ASU_Racer
01-23-2003, 05:34 AM
Police would never use the internet. There is no proof that "you" actually posted this message. Us street racers talk about racing, as long as we don't give names or places. I'm sure the same applies here.

sol_de_pr2
01-31-2003, 01:10 PM
In El Alcázar in Isabela, clients can fondle butts when dancers lap dance them either offstage or at barside when they pay for drinks. Does that count as an extra?

Jackjrct
01-31-2003, 03:02 PM
No. Sex=extra

Chuck149
02-01-2003, 12:15 AM
We should probably re-name this question to " Have you ever paid for SExtras"

whispers
02-03-2003, 05:49 PM
yup......

more times than some folks even go to the clubs.

lestat1
02-03-2003, 07:24 PM
Nope. Never asked, never been offered.

...and I too lack "the game" as ASU_Camino put it. Really depressing considering I just finished grad school and can't even look back with fond memories on my college years (as Chuck seems to, lucky bastard ;)), which basically summarize as: "studied hard=yes, women=no, job prospects in this economy=no"

No wonder I'm turning into a SC Junkie!

-lestat1

Heather_Young
02-04-2003, 09:47 AM
I just wanted to add that I don't look down on customers who receive extras. As long as they keep it out of the club and don't ask me for the same services; I could care less. It's all about boundaries. Respect mine and I'll respect yours! :)

sol_de_pr2
02-04-2003, 10:31 AM
I personally don't think that a dancer who does "extra-curricular activities" outside her club does "extras" as we know it. She's just her own independent contractor ;D. "Extras" are done inside the club.

Heather_Young
02-04-2003, 10:37 AM
Sorry. I just figured that if a girl is contracting prostitution after hours, but makes her contacts in the strip club, it would be considered an 'extra.' I must be wrong. Like I wouldn't really care if a girl met up with a customer from the club after hours to give him a b.j. for money. If that same girl gave a b.j. inside the club, you can be sure I'd be angry. Those kind of 'extras' make us all look bad.

sol_de_pr2
02-04-2003, 11:13 AM
Oh, I forgot, in addition to extras being done inside the club, management must tolerate or actively promote them. A serious club would NEVER tolerate extras in their club and certainly would give dancers and other personnel involved the heave-ho.

ASU_Racer
02-04-2003, 07:47 PM
The concept of victimless crime is absurd. If two consenting adults want to exchange money for a service then who does it hurt?

Does this mean I want to go give my food money to a hooker? No. But should my tax money be wasted on busting prostitutes? No. It should be like "illegal" drugs. Regulate it and tax it.

I also agree that extras need to stay out of clubs, not only is it confusing for dense people like myself, but it doesn't belong there. If I want a quickie I'll hit a brothel.

whispers
02-04-2003, 09:50 PM
Oh, I forgot, in addition to extras being done inside the club, management must tolerate or actively promote them. A serious club would NEVER tolerate extras in their club and certainly would give dancers and other personnel involved the heave-ho.


I'm sure we all know that the only "allowable" BJ's in clubs are the ones given the managers in lieu of tipout or better shifts. Maybe a quicki to be able to go home early.

whispers
02-04-2003, 09:54 PM
..................
...and I too lack "the game" as ASU_Camino put it. Really depressing considering I just finished grad school and can't even look back with fond memories on my college years .

I thought looking back on your college years is supposed to involve all the free snatch you got at frat parties....Not "Pay for Play" at strip clubs.

Extra's is for after you get into the corporate world for a few years, the cheerleader you married gets pregnant, pops a couple of kids and gains 40 lbs, and her mom moves in.

Wait tillthat happens to you and rethink all this

sol_de_pr2
02-05-2003, 02:19 AM
The concept of victimless crime is absurd. If two consenting adults want to exchange money for a service then who does it hurt?

Does this mean I want to go give my food money to a hooker? No. But should my tax money be wasted on busting prostitutes? No. It should be like "illegal" drugs. Regulate it and tax it.

I also agree that extras need to stay out of clubs, not only is it confusing for dense people like myself, but it doesn't belong there. If I want a quickie I'll hit a brothel.

1) I totally agree with you on your first point, ASU. Why should law enforcement agencies get in the way of two consenting adults having sex, even if there's money involved? In Puerto Rico this is punishable by law, but hey, if two people get to know each other very well and makes sure neither one is an undercover cop, then the sky's the limit, IMHO.

2) I would condemn street prostitution. Other than that the sex industry should be regulated with the sex workers and clients' health in mind.

3) Yes, I believe extras don't belong in a strip club.

ASU_Racer
02-05-2003, 07:36 AM
2) I would condemn street prostitution. Other than that the sex industry should be regulated with the sex workers and clients' health in mind.


I agree Carlos, government regulation should be there to ensure that no undage girls are hooking and be sure that the women carry no STDs and practice safe sex.

I'm sure if prostitution were made legal it would move off the streets and into brothels and escort services.

sol_de_pr2
02-05-2003, 11:07 AM
I'd say LEGAL brothels and escort services. You know, there are escort services and it's fairly easy to hide the sex element of these. A client does not have to have sex with an escort. An escort can be there just for dinner, chat, a movie, whatever. It's evident, though, that most times an escort date ends with a sexual encounter. As per my previous posts, I don't see any illegality (other than what's in the books) in making contact with a dancer for, say, a BJ every couple of weeks in my apartment. Who will find out? If a stranger enters my building, then so what? It could be for mere chat or to watch a DVD ;). Society does not need any protection against this.

Chuck149
02-05-2003, 11:43 AM
Has either of you guys ever tried an escort service? I've been curious and wanted to give it a try once, not for sex, but as a dinner date or maybe a movie. I guess if sex happened, that would be OK but it’s not a necessity.
I looked at some escort web sites and found that they ask too many questions when you try to set up an appointment. Like, they want your business phone number and other personal information. I don't feel comfortable with that. At least in a club, you can be somewhat anonymous.
I read a lot of threads about guys that use the services but I don’t know whether to believe some of the ratings and posts I read.

sol_de_pr2
02-05-2003, 11:51 AM
No, Chuck, I haven't. Honestly speaking, I'd rather a have a friendly get-togheter or date rather than an escort. I mean, you'd have to wine and dine her (or pay for the movie) and make her feel good anyways! Should sex be an option, well, that would depend on the outcome of the date. Certainly there's no need to press the issue if you don't get the proper signs. Yep, it is uncomfortable to sign up for one of those services you mention :-/.

sol_de_pr2
02-05-2003, 12:12 PM
Although they really don't belong there, you can get them there, and you get the feeling you are getting away with something you are not supposed to. With prostitutes, you are supposed to be fucking them, so what's the novelty in that?
Well, but if you get a dancer to do those same things outside the club then it's as if you contracted with a prostitute so it's still the same thing.

aggieed
02-10-2003, 04:57 PM
I can't participate in the poll for some reason, but I would have answered yes. In those instances the dancers pretty much initiated everything including one case where a dancer had a problem trying to get my zipper down! :o :o

Whispers, you're killing me with your posts. ASU_Camino...no sex is free: ask the married men in the group. At the end of the day, you still have to pay for it.

02-19-2003, 01:06 PM
No. Sex=extra

Did the definition of "extra" change?

02-19-2003, 08:29 PM


Sex=extra




Is this thread asking if anyone has ever paid for sex at a strip club??

Jackjrct
02-20-2003, 01:10 AM
yes

02-26-2003, 03:28 AM
At the club I frequent in Jersey, everything is available, just not with every dancer.

sol_de_pr2
02-26-2003, 05:23 AM
At the club I frequent in Jersey, everything is available, just not with every dancer. Where ???