Review Philosophy

I do not participate in review culture, which means you will not find me on any explicit review sites. If you happen to find a review about me, trust that it is fake (no matter how great it is). My clients share my concerns about review culture and respect my request to not participate in it. I believe it is important to share my views on this topic, as they help to provide an accurate approximation of the sort of values and beliefs underlying potential “fit” between client and provider.

I find it unsettling that for so long, many providers were strong-armed into utilizing TER, simply because it was the source of most business prior to the relatively recent creation of respectful ad sites. Historically, TER was a problematic monopoly that was harmful to both providers and respectful clients, and one that has always needed an honest and transparent alternative. I believe it is currently possible and prudent for clients to vet providers without the sort of coercive tactics used in hobbyist review culture.

I believe that a review sites for any service should be honest, fair, transparent, respectful, and helpful for all parties. There is currently no system that fits this bill.

I understand that many suitors use such sites to “do their homework” on companions before booking, and I respect the desire to find a companion who is a good fit. I have a well-established reputation in this industry, a strong social media presence, and have sought to provide enough information about myself with which somebody can make an informed and confident assessment about my trustworthiness, safety, and personality.