Saturday, November 5, 2011

prostitute or whore

I was thinking...dangerous :)

Whore or prostitute?

It came from a laugh I was having with my correspondent.

"Oh no! you can't give me anything"

*thinking for a bit*

"I might be a whore but I'm not a prostitute!"

We both LOL'd for a bit.

So I have been thinking. Why does the thought of prostitution and in particular the thought of prostituting myself turn me on so much. It gives me a sense of empowerment, the same sense of empowerment that submission does. How could this be? It seems like such a contradiction but then I do tend to be a muddle of contradiction don't I?

The thought of prostituting myself  seems to be infused with a sense of control and self determination in direct opposition to the path of submission I am attempting, though somewhat unsuccessfully, to travail.

I am too much a contemporary girl..a girl of modern ideology..ArrrrGH!

The desire to just let go, be taken in hand is acute at the moment. The ebb and flow of one step forward two steps back is tearing into me and making my core slut scream!

Oh dear! The drama queen is back.

Back to my original question ..prostitution, yes yes. I don't think its the act of receiving recompense for services that turns me on. At the centre of it is my need to please him, or her or anyone for that matter. I need to give, to be the whore that brings pleasure through the use of her body and mind and yes to hear those words. You know the ones. Don't pretend you don't. The "good girl" that stops me in my tracks and sends a shiver down my spine. Those words ignite my Svadisthana, that chakra below my navel responsible for making me wet.

The payment of my whore is neither here nor there.

So we come full circle..I am indeed at my core a whore though I do prefer to be the delicious little whore wiggling my arse...with no need to be prostituted.


Greek literature refers to three classes of prostitutes: pornai, or slave prostitutes; freeborn street prostitutes; and hetaera, educated prostitute-entertainers who enjoyed a level of social influence that was denied to nearly all non-prostitute women. Pornai and street prostitutes, appealing to a male clientele, could be either female or male. Hetaera were always female.

According to tradition, Solon established government-supported brothels in high-traffic urban areas of Greece--brothels staffed with inexpensive pornai that all men, regardless of income level, could afford to hire.

Prostitution would remain legal throughout the Greek and Roman periods, though later, Christian Roman emperors strongly discouraged it. (Prostitution: An Illustrated History and Timeline, By Tom Head)


I think I might be Hetaera! :) but there's the contemporary girl in me talking :)

2 comments:

  1. "The payment of my whore is neither here nor there."

    It is though what defines a whore or prostitute. Being prepared to have sex with anyone who is prepared to pay - then becoming a whore or prostitute.

    Payment is the key.

    Most prostitutes will not submit in the way that a submissive does to her Master. In fact for emotional, psychological and physical safety they have to remain the ones in charge.

    Also most submissive have it as a hard limit to be paid for sex. Interesting!

    A sub friend was instructed by her Master to ask for a small payment after a play session with a friend. She was then instructed to give this fee on the street to a "Big Issue" seller (homeless person) and tell him how she had earned it.

    She is into humiliation so when next we played I told her what a whore she was for doing that. She collapsed in tears as she gave willingly of herself as a submissive. It took a while to reassure her.

    I have too close friends who are prostitutes. Some prefer to call themselves "escorts" but one likes to talk of herself as a whore or prostitute. She hates the fine words.

    What is it about payment for sex I wonder that is so powerful?

    P xxxx

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  2. u know i'm a bi-sexual guy and i get turned on by the idea of prostituting myself to another guy. It's all so wrong and unhealthy that it turns me on even more. I found what u wrote fascinating.

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