Remote Control Love

Sine I started to work for London escorts, I have come to appreciate that our love lives are changing more and more. Now, you can even have an orgasm without being in the same room as your lover. Orgasms by remote control are very popular, and thanks to modern cyber technology, you can play in many different ways over the Internet. When I am not working for London escorts, I run my own little site where I can chat to people. Providing that you have the same gear as I do, I can let you enjoy an orgasm by remote control.

I am not sure that this is the future of love, or sex, but I have told a few friends at London escorts about it. Most of the girls who work for London escorts, are not that computer savvy as I am and they have not set up their own sites. However, I have tried to encourage them. It is not very difficult to set up your own site, and you can earn a decent living from having your own love-on-line site as I like to call. I could even see me doing this full-time in the future, but that is a little way of at the moment.

Are we afraid of each other? No, I don’t agree with other London escorts who say that we are afraid of forming personal relationships. I think that most people are still okay just to date London escorts, but there are horses for courses so to speak. Some people may not want to meet others, and others work far away on oil rigs and stuff like that. In that case, it can be difficult to have a decent love life, and enjoy a bit of sex. This is probably the main reason they turn to cyber sex.

I can see cyber sex becoming more popular, but I don’t think that it will ever take over. The girls who work here at London escorts will probably always be busy, and have dates, but I think that London escorts agencies need to branch out and expand. A t the moment, most of them are doing the same old thing, and I keep wondering if some agencies could benefit from having a love-on-line facility. It might a good solution for gents who would like to date by remote control, and just have some innocent fun. I can’t see the harm in that at all.

The girls I work with at London escorts. Think that I am a bit weird, but we all think in different ways. I am sort of glad that I am a bit of a nerd, and that I have another job as a back up. Escorting at London escorts face to face is fun, but I think that I would get bored with doing the same thing all of the time. Human contact is important, but at the same time, it is nice to be able to remove yourself a little bit, and just have some fun in cyberspace.


Emarital Sex: The Pros & Cons Of Relationship Enhancement

A 2002 study revealed that 95% of all Americans who had ever had sex had also engaged in premarital sex at some point by the time they were 44, and those statistics weren’t unique for just the last 20 or 30 years. In fact, the numbers seemed virtually unchanged since the 1940s. A more recent 2013-2014 morality survey of 40,000 people across the globe by Pew showed that 30% of American responders say they view premarital sex as morally unacceptable. It also revealed a massive global disparity of attitudes about premarital sex, as 97% of Indonesians polled found premarital sex unacceptable, while only 6% of the French agreed with them.

It would seem that the topic of premarital sex is muddied by conflicting study results, and continues to be a topic of moral debate. Many statistics have not been formally studied. Meanwhile, a study at the University of Iowa reported that the younger a woman was when she first engaged in premarital sex would greatly increase her chance for later divorce, especially when the early sexual experience was not consensual or fully consensual. Some of the subjects were less than 14 years old, and so it would stand to reason that most early sexual experiences of young girls are not what most reasonable adults would consider consensual. It seems to make sense that many of these girls, once mature women, would have some emotional and developmental issues with intimacy and relationships.

So what about adult, consensual premarital sex in the context of a relationship? When religion and an abstract and individual definition of morality are removed from the equation, there are clearly both advantages and disadvantages of premarital sex.


Sex is an important part of an intimate relationship. Sexual compatibility is often a central issue for a couple, even when a relationship is based on mutual respect, friendship, and love. It isn’t shallow, nor is it sexist; to also accept that the ability for two people to give and take mutual pleasure can make or break a relationship or that extremely incompatible sex drives and preferences can cause eventual break-up. Therefore, engaging in consensual sex before marriage can be helpful not only to increase intimacy of the couple but to also learn about one another and make adjustments when necessary. A couple can learn about one’s ability and desire to have willingness to meet the needs of the other. When compatible or willingness to compromise to achieve great sex for both partners exists, love can grow from infatuation and desire and lead to a solid marriage and family. Knowing your compatibility with a person before marriage can help you to make better choices when entering into a marriage. It is easier to move forward with confidence and understanding when you known your partner inside and out.

There really aren’t any reliable statistics that show that people who wait have better or longer marriages, because the percentage of those who wait is so small. Also, many who avoid premarital sex completely do so for religious reasons, and therefore are also more likely to stay in an unhappy marriage due to religious views on divorce.


Unfortunately, there is more than one downside to premarital sex, even between consenting adults. When two people engage in sex, even within a committed adult relationship, there is no promise or guarantee of a long-term relationship. If the sexual encounters begin too early in the relationship, the sexual desire can burn out along with the infatuation. Generally, this leaves one or both people heartbroken and hurt. Even in a longer relationship, either personal or sexual compatibility call fall short of expectations: reasonable or not. This leaves both partners to split up, and then go through a single period before again having to question having sex with the next love interest. Once this merry-go-round of failed relationships happens multiple times, it can leave an individual, male or female, with issues surrounding trust.

While people would like to believe that they aren’t going to be judged by future partners based on sexual history or how many previous partners they have had, the reality is that it happens quite often. Furthermore, if you believe intimacy should be kept between the two people involved, and that your relations are no one’s business except your own and the person with which you were intimate, you may find yourself stuck between lying to your next partner about your past or betraying your conscience and previous partners if questioned on sexual history.

Of course, one has to take into account the risk of STDs, unplanned pregnancy, and the risk to the heart that is often forgotten in the throes of passion. In the end, the choice to have premarital sex is a very personal one. Know your risks, and always communicate with your partner about expectations and the future. Far more success in relationships, sexual or not, comes with realistic expectations, friendship, mutual respect, and communication.