Escort, Author, Advocate, Conversationalist
My name is Amanda Brooks. I'm an escort and author, primarily. You may have seen me on National Geographic or CNBC, or stumbled across one of my books on Amazon. I'm here because I have finally realized...I should be.
Conversation has always been the cornerstone of my two decades of sex work, whether as a stripper, escort, brothel worker; in the US or around the world. I'm a great listener and my years of unparalleled experiences have given me a perspective on life few ever achieve.
An introvert, I've always excelled at the one-on-one time that escorting provides. I'm empathetic to a fault, and a thoughtful, intense listener with a well-trained memory for other's stories. Even better, all of this is topped off with an unusually multi-faceted sense of humor.
What Are You Paying For?
You're going to be chatting with me just like if we were in an escort appointment. That's the conversational style I'm used to and it works for me. This isn't traditional phone sex. If that's what you're used to, this might be a refreshing change (or not). If you're used to escorts, then you might enjoy this way of meeting me because it's the only way Amanda is available to you privately.
My time and energy are what you pay for as an escort, not sex. You can pay for my time and energy perfectly legally through Niteflirt, with no risk to either of us. Just like talking to a GFE escort, except we're not in the same room. Or like talking to an old friend, if you've been following me for a while.
Even better, since we never meet in person, you don't have to pay as much (or my travel expenses).
What Are You NOT Paying For?
You're certainly not paying to meet me. While I am currently escorting, it's under a different name and she's not on Niteflirt. This profile is exactly what it claims to be: for paid conversation. Nothing else.
That being said, the conversation isn't likely to be all that sexy. I'm no master of dirty talk and my discussion of sex is likely to be sharing stories or an actual discussion of the body, in a biological or clinical way. There are a huge number of providers here who offer sexy sex talk. I don't feel I need to offer what is already easily available to you, and is not a strength of mine.
Sex work is work and I'm choosing to do the work I do best, and not work that I'm uncomfortable with, or that will leave you dissatisfied.
I think that's fair, don't you?