Q: When an escort advertises they are ‘on tour’, I assume they are visiting from interstate, are staying in a hotel, and we can meet there. Is this correct? What is the etiquette of seeing a touring escort?
Georgie: In most states, a touring escort will be one who is staying in a hotel or apartment. An ‘incall’ is a booking where you visit the escort at their location – as opposed to an ‘outcall,’ when the escort visits you at your home or hotel.
The availability of incalls varies from state to state, because Australia’s sex work laws are inconsistent. Generally, I’d say a touring escort is likely to have an incall, but it’s best never to assume. When you approach a touring escort for a booking, I recommend asking ‘where would we be meeting?’ so that they can give you discreet information on their incall/outcall situation.
Other touring escort advice: be decisive when choosing a companion, as they may not be around for long! And pay close attention to the escort’s tour dates – it’s no use trying to book for dates we won’t be around, and it’s disappointing to have clients request a booking after we’ve already flown home…
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