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Sex is a wonderful thing. To some it is an act of compassion or love. To others it is a physical act that fills an emotional, physical, or psychological need. Sex is defined by dictionary.com as; “either of the two major forms of individuals that occur in many species and that are distinguished respectively as female or male especially on the basis of their reproductive organs and structures.’
My favorite definition regarding sex is taken from a quote by Anna Freud famously wrote that “sex is something you do, sexuality is something you are.”
A gigolo is “a man living off the earnings or gifts of a woman, especially a younger man supported by an older woman in return for his sexual attentions and companionship.”
I best define being a gigolo as a man who romances women for the money and favors they can do for him. I am more like a male concubine than a prostitute.
This book contains many of my stories with names withheld, of course.
You probably are wondering, how does a person become a gigolo? A gigolo differs from a male escort because a gigolo tends to form an emotional bond with his benefactress over time. We tend to fill a need in the woman’s life, either someone to talk to, romance, or simply a companion with benefits. For many women, the blissful snuggling that comes post-sex is the icing on the cake.
Everyone always remembers their first time having sex. Their loss of virginity is placed on a mantle like a trophy. Many associate it as great as the birth of a child, winning the lottery, and many other fantastic lifetime events.