We are independent and have entered into this profession of our own free will - not a coercive force in sight!We have our eyes wide open and are all fully aware of what we do.
Seeing as she had new interests to move on to in her personal life, she thought it was the right time to leave. To this day I'm still a technophobe, so I enlisted the help of the best webmistress in the business.
And she did, the bloody woman left me holding the bag. She gets things done yesterday and nothing is ever too much (or too little) for her to do on SAAFE.
This site is the result of collaboration between a group of experienced escorts.
It could have been called, "If I knew then what I know now!
I thought of the acronym SAFE for a url but unfortunately it was taken, but SAAFE wasn't, and thus Support and Advice for Escorts was born.
Sarah Jane, being the most techy-minded out of the two of us set up the website and between the two of us asked other escorts for their contributions to our new site.
So whatever your question, worry, anxiety or suggestion might be, then share it with us and boost your knowledge.
We offer unbiased advice from those doing the job already, all with your interests at heart and that includes guidance on how to get yourself out of escorting if you feel it's not right for you.
It was becoming increasingly impossible to write more and more articles on SAAFE itself as there are so many aspects to this job that it was becoming difficult to cover everything. We encouraged ladies to sign up and ask whatever was on their mind.
But sadly, over the last year, due to constant grief Sarah-Jane suffered at the hands of others in this industry (if you are new and reading this, I'm afraid you will find that this job is far from a bed of roses) she thought it might be a good idea to take a back seat with SAAFE, so she handed over her half of the reins to me.
We tried to think up a good name that would embody what we'd like the advice site to be all about.