Society tends to become more and more open-minded when it comes to issues such as sexual identity/orientation, sexual freedom and the sex market in general. We may still have a long way to go, but we’re getting there. However, until that day comes, when the average Joe will hear the words “male sex worker” and all he does is lift his shoulders lightly and go “mah! So what”, you’re still gonna have to face the criticism and the eyebrow raising look of everyone that does not think that this is “just business”. Which is exactly what it is at the end of the day.
You may have been rejected from other job openings where you applied for a job. This may have happened repeatedly which eventually led to you feeling useless and no good for anything besides “selling your body”. You may have had multiple relationship failures and feel like all you can do is machine-like sex. Or, hopefully, you may have read about what the job has to offer, weighted against the disadvantages and said to yourself “no problem, this is nothing for me”. The reasons why you may have chosen this line of work may vary, but always keep a straight mindset, do what’s legal, keep the customers satisfaction as a top priority, create a good relationship with the customer and there is no reason why you should have any problem.
We humans, just like (probably most) mammal species, are social animals, we like to socialise and come to contact with each other, often seeking validation and a type of “OK” from our social environment for what we do and how we live. So if your line of work is not “approved” by many, it is only natural that you are going to feel bad. But this is something you can easily get over. We remind you, this is a form of social service. It covers an aspect of peoples lives that is basic and sensitive. You give comfort and are ready to satisfy ones desires that he/she cannot find somewhere else. Last but not least, you offer acceptance and validation to someone who may have been rejected. Therefore it is nothing to be ashamed for. So in case you still feel weird about this job, we would suggest that you start from this point and work your way upwards.
Sex life and physical health
If you have been around the internet and whatever is related to sex life and physical health, then it is only natural that you possibly have come across articles or videos etc. that talk about how important is your psychology and confidence when it comes to sex life, namely getting an erection. You have probably seen medical researches that suggest that psychology is responsible for more than 90% of the cases of erectile dysfunction, which could probably account for the well-known first-time-sex erection problems. So now you have an extra factor to think of, namely societal and/or family rejection which may affect you greatly when working.