Sunday, May 14, 2017

How did we get ourselves into a world war and how do we get ourselves out (for Dummies)

By Christopher R Rice

We the People have elected two presidents and a Congress to end the wars started by G W Bush and yet we are still at war. This is not because of bad military planning or because crazed terrorist are bent on our destruction. The only reason we are still at war is for profit. War profiteering is illegal and should be prosecuted. My first source is four star US general Wesley Clark (see video below)


Read more: Endless War = Endless Profits (How Congress profits from war) 


1.) According to Gen. Wesley Clark, back in 2007, Bush and company planned the overthrow of seven Muslim nations and Obama has since carried their plan to fruition creating todays world war.

Read more: War Criminals: Obama, Sarkozy, Cameron and Harper

2.) Syria is on George Bush's list of nations to overthrow. The CIA hired and trained death squads to overthrow Libya, Syria and Iraq, just like the death squads they had trained and funded in Latin America during the 1980s. Just like the Mujahidin that Carter and Reagan funded to overthrow Afghanistan in the 1980s, before they attacked the World Trade Center. These death squads or as Obama called them "rebels" were trained in US bases in Jordan and Turkey in 2012. Some of these death squads trained by the CIA grew up to become ISIS and are now transporting stolen oil through Turkey right to the EU.

Read more: Why the CIA created ISIS

and: How Turkey Exports ISIS Oil To The World: The Scientific Evidence 

and: Militant Islamic Group ISIS Trained at U.S. Base in Jordan 

3.) China, Russia and Iran have all been forced to draw a line in the sand that is Syria because they know that they are next. It is either defend Syria or bend over and kiss their asses goodbye. This has brought the whole world into world war, involving France, the UK, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar, Israel, America, China, Russia, Iran, Syria and Iraq. That is world war and we have been in world war thanks to Obama and Bush since about 2015. The original plan was cooked up by Dick Cheney but Bush and Obama is where the buck stops.

Read more: Chinese Troop Movements 

4.) The so called civil war in Syria is actually a "color revolution" that was paid for by Saudi Arabia and Qatar with para military training provided by the CIA and military contractor Blackwater.

Read more: WikiLeaks: The US Government Sent Blackwater Veteran to Start Syrian Civil War

5.) Attempts to overthrow sovereign nations and democratically elected presidents is not just against American laws but international laws as well.

Read more: Kill Castro Kill Assad

6.) According to Pulitzer-Prize Winning Reporter Sy Hersh: The chemical attacks against civilians in Syria were not carried out by Assad forces but by "rebel" forces within Syria.

Read more: Ex Dept of Defense bomb expert says Assad NOT responsible for chemical attack

and: Pulitzer-Prize Winning Reporter Sy Hersh: Benghazi Is a HUGE Scandal … But Not For the Reason You Think

and: Sy Hersh Reveals Potential Turkish Role in Syria Chemical Strike That Almost Sparked U.S. Bombing

7.) GWBush ordered torture. Obama covered it up and ordered drone attacks on first res-ponders, killing children and Red Cross workers. 


Read more: Americas War Criminals: Bush&Co.

and: Americas War Criminals: Barack Obama  

and: Americas War Criminals: Leon Panetta

8.) According to the FBI, the Red Cross, US Army interrogators and prisoners, rape, torture and murder continue at the Guantanamo Bay detention center

Read more: Rape, Torture and Murder at Guantanamo Bay 

9.) Benghazi was a part of all of this. Libya is / was on GWBush's list of countries to overthrow. The CIA lost control of their color revolution in Libya, Chris Stevens and three others lost their lives. As well as losing a weapons cache to the "rebels."

Read more: Benghazi and the CIA

10.) Afghan heroin and the CIA. Afghanistan supply's about 90% of the worlds opium. We arrived in 2001. In the following nine years opium production has surged 700%. Recording all time record harvests beginning around 2010.

During the time opium production was being ramped up in Afghanistan, Mexico was retooling their ability to convert ever larger supply's of opium into increasingly potent heroin and developing new infrastructure to transport it.

During the decade or so all this was going on in Afghanistan and Mexico, scripts here in America for Oxycontin, Fentanyl, Hydrocodone and the like were wildly available to any person claiming chronic pain. Nothing was done to confirm the claims of pain, sorta like the stated income, liar loans that set up the housing collapse. Basically scripts were available to almost anyone for the asking.

That all ended one day in 2011.

Almost overnight The Oxycontin and Fentanyl was turned into useless plastic and millions of scripts across the country were
shut down with the exception of those few in truly chronic pain.

Simultaneously and amazingly as if by magic, that very day every city in America
suddenly had a fresh two ton supply of high quality vary affordable heroin. In fact the prices have never been lower and the quality never higher.


Read more: CIA's Intervention in Afghanistan 

and: Afghan heroin & the CIA


Not only is it possible to arrest our political leadership and give them a fair and speedy trial like the one Saddam Hussein got but we also have the power and opportunity to fix our whole system. Here's how:

Read more: the People's Party

and: Goals for the People's Party 

and: (How to) Take America Back (for Dummies)

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Lonely and alone or Good guys vs Bad boyz



Q.) Why is it that the total douch bags always get the girls, and us nice guys always end up alone? it just is not fucking fair...

Someone else's reply: Actually no girl want those douchbag. Not smart girl anyway.I think the douchbag act like a good guys at first and by the time girls realize it.They can't get rid of them lol

A.) You're both wrong. Humans secrete hormones that cause the opposite sex to become infatuated. This infatuation is confused with love. By the time you figure out they are jerks is when the hormone wears off. The truth is they were always jerks. Good guys can't get laid because they stopped producing that hormone and are not as good as they think they are. They think they are a great catch yet no one's with them and instead of realizing their beliefs are wrong they blame the opposite sex. Try self improvement and you will give out so much of that hormone you will have women begging you for dates. But because you already think you are a great catch, self improvement is out of the question which keeps good guys lonely and miserable which is an even bigger turn off to anyone and everyone. Creating an endless cycle of despair and hopelessness. I have the cure but it will cost you because I've already said too much.

Just kidding, everything I do is free because I do not need to eat or pay rent or any other bills. Self improvement begins here...

How to be a man
http://www.copsrcorrupt.com/the-game.html

and

The Clitoris Revealed
http://www.copsrcorrupt.com/clitoris---revealed-.html

and

10 Rules to the GAME
http://www.copsrcorrupt.com/rulz-10-rules-to-the-game-.html

As far as good guys go put yourself in a girls shoes for one second. You have two guys standing in front of you. One guys hair is short and neat and he's wearing a sweater and Dockers, he's also holding a box of chocolates and a dozen roses. The other guys hair is long and un kept, he's wearing a t-shirt and an old pair of jeans, he's siting on a motorcycle with a cigarette in one hand and scratching his ass with the other. As a girl do you want Mr. boring and predictable or something exciting and spontaneous? Quick, your choice. Good guys always lose. Make a donation so I can afford to keep writing and maybe I'll tell you how to get a different girl every day of the week or just how to make one girl really happy. Donate now, I'm starving over here. And I can't rely on your wife to feed me all the time.

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Prostitution still thrives on Backpage despite site shutdown of 'adult' section

By Andrew O'Reilly


The body of Ashley Mays – a 20-year-old woman who was nine-months pregnant -- was found strangled to death inside a suburban Atlanta hotel room with zip ties binding her hands and feet.

Just over a month later – on Christmas Eve – 16-year-old Desiree Robinson’s body was discovered in a pool of blood in a garage in a southwestern Chicago suburb. A bloody knife was found at the scene and an autopsy report determined that the teen had been beaten and strangled before having her throat slit.

Besides the gruesome nature in which they were killed, what connects the cases of Mays and Robinson is that both young women had advertised as escorts on the classified site Backpage.com.
Much like Craigslist, users can go to Backpage to buy and sell everything from cars to furniture, but for a long time the site's “Adult” section became a clearinghouse for prostitutes and the johns looking for their services.

A damning bipartisan Senate Investigations Subcommittee report led Backpage earlier this year to put up a red banner headline over its adult listings with the word "CENSORED" and release a statement that it had removed the section "as the direct result of unconstitutional government censorship.” But law enforcement officials and anti-sex trafficking groups claim that prostitutes have not so much disappeared from the Texas-based web portal as moved to a new location.

“They have just moved from the Adult section to what Backpage terms as the Dating section,” Lt. Curtis Williams, who as part of the DeKalb County Police helped investigate Mays’ murder, told Fox News. “And they’re smart about it. They don’t use explicit terms, but instead say things like ‘looking for companionship’ or ‘looking for a good time.’”

Backpage was launched in 2004 and quickly became the second-largest online classified site in the United States following Craigslist. The site, however, also quickly came under scrutiny from prosecutors and human trafficking organizations for its Adult section, which opponents say worked as an open air market for prostitutes and turned the website’s owners in virtual pimps.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children said that 73 percent of all child trafficking reports it receives involve Backpage. Further, citing internal company documents, the Senate report said that Backpage altered ads before publication by deleting words, phrases and images that indicated criminal behavior, including child sex trafficking.

The report struck Backpage like a bombshell and – along with Visa, Mastercard and American Express all voluntarily putting a halt to accepting business from Backpage in 2015 – led the site to not just shut its Adult section but remove it from its homepage all together.

Backpage did not respond to Fox News’ request for comment, but on the website's Terms page states that users must refrain from “posting adult content or explicit adult material unless” it is in the adult category, permitted under federal, state and local law and the one doing the posting is over 18 years of age. It also forbids “posting any solicitation directly or in ‘coded’ fashion for any illegal service exchanging sexual favors for money” and posting “any material on the Site that exploits minors in any way.”

A quick search of the Backpage’s dating section for Manhattan, however, found posts featuring phrases like “Naked Bodyslides,” “2 Girl Special” and “Busty and Petite.”

The classified site also has said it's protected from prosecution because of the interpretation of a provision tucked deep inside the Communications Decency Act of 1996 called Section 230.

The language of Section 230 states, “No provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider." In layman’s terms, this basically means that sites like Backpage – or Facebook and Twitter, for that matter -- are not liable for what their users post on their sites.

Backpage has successfully avoided responsibility in at least two court cases by invoking Section 230, but the Senate report says that in those cases neither judge knew about the website altering user posts.

“Backpage has publicly touted its process for screening adult advertisements as an industry-leading effort to protect against criminal abuse, including sex trafficking,” the report states. “A closer review of that “moderation” process reveals, however, that Backpage has maintained a practice of altering ads before publication by deleting words, phrases, and images indicative of an illegal transaction.”

The report continued: “Backpage had good reason to conceal its editing practices: Those practices served to sanitize the content of innumerable advertisements for illegal transactions — even as Backpage represented to the public and the courts that it merely hosted content created by others.”

It is unclear if Backpage continues to edit its users’ more explicit posts.

The report – and subsequent shutting down of the Adult section – was met at first with praise from some in law enforcement and anti-sex trafficking groups, but other activists argue that the move will not stop prostitutes from posting ads online and will actually make sex work more dangerous.

“This is just the latest attempt to shut down online sex work advertising,” Maxine Doogan, president of the Erotic Service Providers Legal, Education and Research Project, said in a statement. “It will not stop sex work. All it will do is make sex workers less safe and vulnerable to violence and extortion. In effect, the U.S. Government is jeopardizing the lives of sex workers to boost their political careers.”

The future for Backpage and a prostitute’s personal page is unclear. While Craigslist was able to thrive after shutting down its adult section in 2010 by charging users to post jobs and apartment vacancies, 90 percent of Backpage’s profits are believed to come from their adult advertisements -- earning its owners a whopping $1.5 million to $2.5 million a month in California alone. Backpage charges users $1 to post an ad in the dating section and many women are known to repost every half hour.

One thing, however, does seem clear: Despite efforts from lawmakers and law enforcement, attempts to stop prostitutes from using the internet to find customers looks to be going nowhere fast.

“It’s the world’s oldest profession,” Williams said. “There is always going to be a market for it.”

LEAK Ashley Madison "cheating site" used by White House, Congress...




WASHINGTON: They came from the UN and the Vatican, from Boeing and Bank of America, from the department of justice and the department of homeland security, and even from the state department and the White House. 

Some 10,000 email addresses from among the nearly 37 million accounts of possible adulterers that have been leaked by hackers this week come from US government and military domains (.gov and .mil), and thousands more from international organizations, big corporations, multinationals, and even countries as distant as India and Australia. Across the world, those who signed on to Ashley Madison, a website that cheerfully promoted infidelity for its members, are sweating bullets, even as those on the sidelines are enjoying the spectacle of the leak and its fall-out with merry memes on social media. Among them, on the revelation that Washington DC had the highest rate of membership — "Why? They are already screwing the whole world." 

And in a spoof on the website's promotional slogan 'Life is Short. Have an Affair'— "Life is short; hire an attorney." Indeed, divorce lawyers maybe the only ones laughing all the way to the bank as millions of licentious individuals, mostly men, are cringing at the prospect of being exposed, shamed, and even blackmailed — compounded by the fear and anxiety of being confronted by spouses. As they had threatened some weeks ago, hacker or hackers acting under the title 'The Impact Team' has posted some 10 GB of data showing the profile of every user, including their name, date of birth, address, phone number, username and email address.

"Find yourself in here? It was ALM that failed you and lied to you. Prosecute them and claim damages. Then move on with your life. Learn your lesson and make amends. Embarrassing now, but you'll get over it," the Impact Team said in a message accompanying the leak, referring to Avid Life Media, the Canada-based parent firm of Ashley Madison, dubbed the "Google of Cheating". They claimed the website itself cheated potential cheaters, of whom 90-95% are male, with fake female accounts. "Chances are your man signed up on the world's biggest affair site, but never had one. He just tried to. If that distinction matters," the hackers sneered at the spouses of potential cheaters in a mocking caveat.

Although the hackers held back from releasing all the information they claimed to hold, including naked shots of many account holders, the data dump included sexual fantasies of members and the type of partners they were looking for. Some listed members contacted by the media said their information, including their email, had been stolen.

Clitoris — Revealed!

Humans have been studying one another sexually for thousands upon thousands of years. Yet for all that time spent diligently exploring one another’s anatomies, there remain many features of the human form that, until very recently, have gone uncharted — chief among them being the clitoris.
How recently are we talking? Try 2009. Yeah. Get ready, everybody — it’s time you were brought up to speed on some important features of the female anatomy.

Picture a clitoris in your mind. Got it? Now, what if I told you that what you’re imagining is just the tip of a much larger, internal clitoral iceberg — that the clitoris is actually much, much larger than what this sensitive bundle of nerve endings would lead you to believe?

Here’s a helpful sketch to help you paint a safe-for-work, anatomically correct picture of what I’m talking about, along with a brief description. Both are provided courtesy of Ms. M, who heads things up over on  MoSex, official blog of the Museum of Sex:
The scientific name for the external “little button” or “bulb” [of the clitoris] is glans. Not to be confused with glands, glans simply refers to a small circular mass. This little structure contains approximately 8,000 sensory nerve fibers; more than anywhere else in the human body and nearly twice the amount found on the head of a penis… The fact is, though, that most of the clitoris is subterranean, consisting of two corpora cavernosa (corpus cavernosum when referring to the structure as a whole), two crura (crus when referring to the structure as a whole), and the clitoral vestibules or bulbs.
The glans is connected to the body or shaft of the internal clitoris, which is made up of two corpora cavernosa. When erect, the corpora cavernosa encompass the vagina on either side, as if they were wrapping around it giving it a big hug!
The corpus cavernosum also extends further, bifurcating again to form the two crura. These two legs extend up to 9cm, pointing toward the thighs when at rest, and stretching back toward the spine when erect.
Surprised? So was I. Granted, I’m also a guy — so I would never pretend to be as familiar with a clitoris as someone who physically possesses one — but according to Ms. M, news that the vast majority of the clitoris is actually internal will still likely come as a surprise to many women.
The reasons for this lack of understanding surrounding clitoral anatomy are many, but according to  a paper published by Urologist Helen O’Connell in 2005, there are at least two big ones:

1) Incomplete or inaccurate textbook descriptions. Many only go so far as to describe the relatively small, external portion of the clitoris, or depict the internal anatomy with a single, two-dimensional picture. This planar view, states O’Connell, provides insufficient information to truly understand its structure.

2) Nobody knew about the full anatomical scope of the excited clitoris until the late 1990s, when researchers finally got around to using MRI to study its internal structure “in the live state” (a tool researchers had used to examine male sexual anatomy as far back as the 1970s).
Until 2009, the human clitoris was an absolute mystery

In fact, according to Ms. M, it wasn’t until 2009 that researchers Odile Buisson and Pierre Fold├ęs produced the first complete three-dimensional sonography of the stimulated clitoris, similar to the one shown here, depicted in profile.

“They did this work for three years without any proper funding,” writes Ms. M. “Thanks to them, we now understand how the erectile tissue of the clitoris engorges and surrounds the vagina – a complete breakthrough that explains how what we once considered to be a vaginal orgasm is actually an internal clitoral orgasm.”

Read more about the mysteries of clitoral anatomy over on The Museum of Sex Blog.

Madam spills call-girl secrets: Olympian was one of her high-priced hookers


Haley Heston’s escort agency in Las Vegas with its $1,500-a-night gorgeous call girls erupted into a worldwide headline scandal when three-time Olympian Suzy-Favor Hamilton revealed that she was one of the city’s most-sought-after escorts leading a double life as Kelly Lundy — wife, mother and American sweetheart, and charging as much as $1,000 an hour for sexual favors.

Now Haley has revealed her real-life name of Jami Rodman, a small-town girl from a Christian family in Oregon, and lifted the curtain on how her high-class agency ruled the world’s oldest profession for a new book, “The Las Vegas Madam: The Escorts, The Clients, The Truth.”

The candid narration of the underground Las Vegas world of sex and hookers is her story of the quest for sexual adventures in Sin City. Some of the individual rates were as high as five figures for 24-hour dates.

Jami’s shockingly honest and unforgettable memoir of her 10-year run building one of the most elite escort agencies in the nation will be published in December and is now available for pre-order at Amazon.com. Her story exploded in December 2012 and again in January 2013 when ex-Olympian Suzy was revealed, and Jami, then 35, was named by the Smoking Gun as the agency chief.

Jami was never arrested in connection with the operation of the escort agency. She was briefly jailed for failing to appear in court on a speeding citation in August 2012.

Suzy’s memoir, “Fast Girl: A Life Spent Running From Madness,” is a wrenching recollection of the demons that drove the track and field Olympic star to work as a $600-an-hour Las Vegas prostitute and was published last week. The women remain good friends, and Suzy encouraged Jami to write her life story.

On a recent return visit to Las Vegas where she watched “Sexxy” at Westgate Las Vegas, Jami, 37, met up with me for this brain-spinning, two-part interview that details her rise from small-town girl to high-priced call girl to madam.

It’s a cocktail of erotic pleasures, big money and hot women rubbing shoulders with wealthy men between the sheets. Looking at Jami, she’s the last woman you’d ever think was a queenpin of the sex business. She dressed demurely, wearing a modest, over-the-knee skirt, and is quietly pretty and definitely not a voluptuous bombshell.

First of all, why did you get into the business?

It’s the infamous subject. In Las Vegas, everything seems a little unconventional based on our former lives. Most of us there are transplants. To my friends and I, escorting was more logical, and often safer, than the dating scene. We were young and living in a city where one-night stands were the norm following a long night of clubbing.

Beautiful people selling sex was seemingly everywhere — on billboards, in magazines, ads for nightclubs and restaurants — and the more provocative one was, the better she did financially. So when the tipping point presented itself — I was cocktail waitressing and dancing at a strip club, plus flat broke with bills to pay — I took it.

It just feels normal. The sex industry in Las Vegas is more open than it is anywhere else. It’s the backbone of the city. Driving down the street, going to a nightclub, even the billboards for sushi restaurants show mostly naked women. It’s the culture of the city.

Except for one thing: Prostitution is illegal in Las Vegas. It’s OK in Pahrump, Nye County, but not here in Clark County.

Well, prostitution is not legal from a textbook standpoint, but we all know that it’s the unspoken draw and lure for a lot of people. I mean what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Do something you’ve never done before. I have not lived here for a couple of years, but every time I come back, I see new taglines that seem to hint that it’s a sexual playground and do everything you want to do, get it out of your system, go home and be a new person for it.

It is illegal. I can’t really talk about all the legal issues of what I was doing until December when the book is published. So as far as the escort agency and keeping it more as a modeling agency, I mean we all know that the escort agencies exist. You see the “1-800 girls direct to you” billboard signs, and they’re still there; they’re not pulled off the Strip.

You see the card slappers down on the Strip in front of the hotels and everywhere else. There are modeling agencies. What we did was provide companionship. We did not provide prostitution services. When a guy hires a woman for companionship or a date, it’s because he wants to feel good about himself.

Go out for a drink, sit across from a pretty woman and have a conversation that doesn’t involve a to-do list or the kids need schoolbooks or college tuition needs to be paid or I need a new car, so, ching, ching, can I be the ATM. He just wants to have a carefree evening and know that at the end of the night he’s feeling better about who he was.

You have a delightful way of putting it. We can now mention that the book is out in December, yes?

It is, yes. It will be released Dec. 11. It’s available for preorder now at Amazon.com and on Kindle. It’s for any woman who wants to know what her husband really wants in the bedroom. Any man who wants to know what an escort is really thinking when they’re together.

You’re described as the infamous Las Vegas Madam. Are you out of the business, or are you still a madam?

I’m not in the business. I left after all of the drama, but I still maintain friendships with many of the girls. I didn’t madam them out, per se. I started an agency at the suggestion of a client I was dating at the time. It seemed like a good idea. All of us in Las Vegas felt the economic downturn pretty hard.
I had a lot of friends from my previous escort days, and they were all looking for a way to increase business. I could use the added income while my other business got off the ground. Over the course of a weekend, I started building a website, and, a few months later, there we were.

How many girls did you have in your escort agency?

Over the course of the three years, I would guess anywhere from 200 to 300 came through our agency. A lot of them were Playboy models, Maxim models, career women. Most of them did have a life on the other side, and this was more of their secret hobby, just as Suzy did. At any given time, we had maybe 60 working with us. We had a front-end website, then more of a members-only area where women had to maintain an even higher discretion.

It was the Haley Heston Private Collection. That was my name during my run as an escort. I never expected to become as involved with all the women. When they had problems at home, with their families and children, I was there to listen and help. I was their sounding board. Then, when I started seeing a different side to prostitution — specifically the pimps and how they handle their business — it was even more difficult to watch how it affected my friends.

So the book goes into two parts. The first part is a memoir of when I started escorting in Las Vegas.
How I climbed from basically a small-town girl to waitressing at the Rio, then a strip club, then I started dancing, moved into escorting, then became a little bit more of a companion, traveled with clients. It’s that growth process all of us will go through in Las Vegas.

The experiences of transforming into a Las Vegas person where, as you know, the nightclubs never end, there’s no delineation between night and day as we lose our real identity pretty quickly if we don’t have a grounding element like a family or a job or a “real life.”

When you were growing up, did you know that there were such things as escort agencies, or was it all new to you when you came to Las Vegas?

Actually, I had looked into escort agencies. I stumbled across high-end escort agency websites when I was younger. I stumbled across Playboy magazines when I was very young with my friend. We would visit her dad’s shed during school time and skip classes to peruse these beautiful magazines of women.

The same thing with the online agencies. It’s pictures of gorgeous women, and it doesn’t seem like a bad career move. You make a lot of money to go on dates, go to expensive restaurants and wear fancy clothes. I grew up in a very rigid Christian home, so my real life was quite the opposite.

Rebel child?

Yes. My family had a lot of standards. No pants, no music, no TV, no makeup, all of those things that to a young girl seem fun. I wanted to wear makeup and cut my hair. I didn’t know that Las Vegas existed at the time. My family didn’t visit Las Vegas. I got involved with cultural anthropology and sociology.

I got my degree very young, and I worked in the social services department in Oregon — mental health, rehab, family services. I just went to Las Vegas on vacation, and like many of us we just stay.
That’s the classic Las Vegas story, and the rest was history.

Girls doing what your girls did are known by many names: escort, prostitute, call girl, courtesan, sugar baby, hooker. What’s the distinction?

I apply these labels loosely. Although they come with different rates and expectations, a hooker might spread her legs for a quickie in the back seat of a car. An escort puts in more time, invests in lingerie to take it off with notes of a song. Maybe a courtesan does all the above but adds conversation over a glass of wine to mimic the act of a long-lost girlfriend.

However, at the end of the day, when it’s all said and done, we all played all roles. We saw the same guys. We went through similar internal struggles. Our buyers — johns, clients, customers, tricks and sugar daddies — were equally alike. Most importantly, we all faced deep life changes because of the choices we made to identify ourselves with those labels.

Where did you find the Olympian Suzy Favor-Hamilton?

Suzy found us. She and her husband called us for a threesome; I believe it was their anniversary. It wasn’t uncommon to get threesome requests like that. They really liked it, it was their first threesome, and it wasn’t a full day after that she fell in love with it herself and she called back for a male escort, saw him for a week, then pretty quickly she wanted to try out escorting herself.

So he hired a girl, then she hired a guy, then she became an escort?

That is correct. She’s not in the business anymore. She and her husband are still together. She talks about it quite openly.

So Haley Heston went through 200 to 300 escorts. What was the pricing structure? Were you booked for two hours or the entire evening?

We began in 2009 to 2010-ish. It all ended in 2012. We were a boutique agency, and we weren’t a very large call agency. We paid a lot of attention to dating, per se. Clients were able to find out the details, read an introduction about a girl before he ever decided to pursue a date with her. A lot of them were extended-hour dates, multiple hours.

We did a lot of parties where guys would be in town for a business event, and he’d want five girls to hang out with him at a nightclub. He would call five girls and hang out at a nightclub. The pricing structure really depended on each model herself.

We were more of a screening firm as opposed to an agency who treated their models like employees. They were not employees. They were independent contractors. Everyone set their own goals and rates, and rates were $500 to $600 an hour up to $1,000.

And that price did not include any sexual shenanigans?

Correct. That was the date. Anything that happens between two adults while they were on a date was between them. We didn’t get shut down, actually. I chose to terminate my end of the company because there is so much media attention on me and the agency and Suzy, but we didn’t get shut down. I wound it down.

And I’m assuming that the girls who you had on your books moved to other agencies?

A lot of them went independent. I sat down with every single model that we had worked with, and I helped her transition into doing everything on her own. If they wanted to work with an agency, and some of them did because they didn’t want the hassle of checking and emails — all the back-end logistics of forming a company — I referred them to agencies that would be good to work for. Some are great to work for, some are not so good to work for.

Are there escort agencies similar to what you were still operating in Las Vegas today?

There’s a small handful because it’s difficult to break into the industry in Las Vegas because of the bad reputation a lot of agencies have. They advertise $250 an hour, a girl shows up, and guys who call those agencies assume that everything happens for $250. They get disappointed when the girl comes in and starts negotiating different rates for certain …

Those types of agencies charge a price per act, and men who typically go through them don’t understand that pricing structure, and they’re disappointed. The reputation of agencies in Las Vegas is of such a nature, to break into the industry takes a lot of time and dedication.

You spill secrets in your book, so are clients who may still be in Las Vegas likely to shake in their boots?

Absolutely not. It’s not a tell-all. I don’t name anyone in the book. The book is a memoir. When it gets into talking about those types of secrets, it’s more from a sociological perspective. I don’t name anyone, I don’t shame anyone; that wasn’t my intent with the book.

Did Suzy ever admit to a price that she may have negotiated for consenting behavior?

I do know that escorting was not a form of business for her. I think that’s where we get into some delineation between types of prostitutes vs. escorts vs. companions. Especially in Las Vegas because we all know that there are straight prostitutes, there are streetwalkers, there are women who prefer to just negotiate a price per act, then there are women who prefer to go out on a date for the enjoyment of the date, and that’s where Suzy comes in.

She truly did look at prostitution as a way of fulfilling her interest and hobbies, and for her it was fun. So as far as negotiating a price for services, I don’t think that was her intent. For her, it was more, “Wow, this is great. I love having sex, and if I can get paid for it, why not?”

What did it cost to book Suzy for an evening without the additional fun fee?

Up to $5,000 for an evening date. Five hours?

Can you tell me what the most expensive fee would be for one of the girls who worked for you, or would it have been Suzy?

No, there were other women who perhaps maybe wanted to see someone once a week or something. I think the most expensive dollar mark was $1,500 for an hour, so five hours — $7,500.

Expensive business. Plus the cost of dinner and drinks for the two?

But, hey, how much does it cost to get a divorce, which is what I heard many times: “I would rather hire an escort for an evening than go and have an affair, get caught, my wife sue me for divorce, then I end up spending $5 million on her because I felt promiscuous that night.”

So $1,500 for an hour would be the going rate, then on top of that would be whatever the consenting adult negotiation would be, correct?

That’s where we get into the delineation between boutique agencies who are honest vs. large call agencies who negotiate prices for extended behaviors. The agency/screening firm worked more like a dating website, per se, where clients could view different women and decide who he would like to spend his time. What we did as a firm was do the screening for them, then the negotiation of, “OK, let’s meet on this day or night,” would happen between the guy and the woman.

It’s an age-old question, but why do men have affairs in terms of what your agency provided?

I think the reason men and women have affairs is because they no longer feel special with their partner. Based on what I heard many times with clients, they sought escorts instead of having affairs because it was safer. They believed that it would save their marriage.

When men hire someone for companionship, for them it’s easy to flip that emotional switch on and off. He looks at it like a business transaction: “OK, I just paid for the service this time, and because of that, I don’t have to get emotionally involved.” For him, he hires companions because it saves his marriage. It’s not as bad as cheating.

There was an interesting observation in your book that escorts provide companionship for clients, but in the reverse they do not have their own companions. They have loneliness.

I didn’t realize this while I was doing it. It took me time to figure this out. Many years of letting it stew and therapy in all of this, but escorting is one of the loneliest jobs ever. I still talk to women who call me as a mentor, and, regardless of how successful she is as an escort, they have extreme loneliness because they don’t feel, like me as well, I didn’t feel like anyone really understood.

In Las Vegas, a lot of escorts, including me, turned into alcoholics, or they used drugs constantly.

They’re always socializing and partying because of a deep feeling of loneliness. There’s just not a close friend we have, and it pushes us away from our friends and family back home.

We do form a few friendships with women in the industry, but they’re closed and guarded friendships because we don’t know who we can trust. We get burned a lot by other escorts when they try to steal clients, or they want to cause problems with us, or they tell our boyfriends what we’re doing. There’s camaraderie, but there’s still a major closed-off element to it.

We have to protect ourselves from clients because many of them fall in love with us, or they fall in love with the concept we represent to them, that we accept them, we do things that maybe their wives don’t do, so we have to close ourselves off. It creates more of an isolation.

Were you surprised at your male clients? Were there big names involved?

Because of the nature of Las Vegas, everyone seems to come there, and in time we had a reputation of being honest and reliable. Part of that is because I had been in the industry myself for a number of years, and I know that remaining anonymous is very important to guys in this industry, and we provided that.

I didn’t pry into their personal lives, I didn’t require them to hand over their driver’s license, I didn’t ask who they were in their private lives. There’s a whole other world to the sex industry, and when we’re in it, we create a fake name, fake phone number, fake email address, and we build this persona that is fake. I wouldn’t know if they were Hollywood showbiz stars or Washington, D.C., politicians or Wall Street moguls because I didn’t ask them.

Are you happy you’re out of the business?

I am. I’ve moved on, and I have a lot of interesting things going on. I had a great time when I was in Las Vegas and a lot of fun memories. Now I have a lot more interesting things moving forward into the future.

Was writing the book a catharsis?

Yeah, it was. I learned a lot about myself and other people, and I was able to take away an appreciation for the time and opportunity that I had there. It’s all out on the table now, my whole life, history, feelings and thoughts. Some are embarrassing and painful, but they’re the truth. During my time as an escort and madam, I did things normal people do. I went to school. I worked. I started a company.

I didn’t give up my whole life to become an escort and madam. To me, being an escort was a chance to explore, an accessory to my life. It was fun times remembered with a smile. Being an escort is a myriad of emotions, a constant shift of excitement, enjoyment, disgust, boredom and loneliness.

Escorts are lonely. We socialize constantly.

Haley Heston today is long gone, but how do you sum it all up?

Oh, such a good question. The whole 10 years, my decade in Las Vegas, I would say it was a flash in the pan. I came out of it, but it happened so fast. I’m very happy, very content and comfortable in my own skin today. I do not regret who I am. I’ve had the opportunity to empower women, and men, and change their lives in ways I never could have without being an escort and madam.

I met a lot of amazing and fascinating people. I traveled to places I never would have otherwise. I was able to explore my sexual curiosities in a positive and safe manner. I’ve saved marriages, freed girls from pimps and traveled around the world doing humanitarian work. I don’t see any reason to be ashamed of that.

One day you’ll get married and have children and be just like the normal wife of the men who once called you?

I’m not so sure if I’d so go far as to say that, but, if I do, then I’ll know how to make my husband happy, right?

On Thursday in Part 2, more from Jami Rodman and the unsettling story of how Olympian Suzy Favor-Hamilton lived the life of an expensive call girl here in Las Vegas.

Robin Leach of “Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous” fame has been a journalist for more than 50 years and has spent the past 15 years giving readers the inside scoop on Las Vegas, the world’s premier platinum playground.

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Resources


If you are a victim of trafficking or want to help those who are, here are some resources:

Shared Hope International: This organization is a leader in the worldwide effort to eradicate sex trafficking and slavery using a three pronged strategy - prevent, rescue & restore, and bring justice. To support Shared Hope's efforts in restoring women and children, click here.

Polaris Project: This national organization works at the international, national and local levels to combat trafficking. It trains leaders on how to combat trafficking and even writes policy aimed at curbing what it calls the second largest crime in the world.

National Human Trafficking Resource Hotline: This hotline allows you to report a tip if you think that trafficking has occurred in your neighborhood. If you are a victim of trafficking, the hotline will connect you to help in your area. You can also call and receive information about trafficking and where to go to train in counter-trafficking.

Department of Homeland Security: This government agency has a link to a state and local database of anti-trafficking groups. There is also information regarding immigration status if you are undocumented and a victim of trafficking. Concerned citizens can click on this link to request assistance for child victims of trafficking.

The U.S. Department of Education: This federal agency has a sheet for schools and educators with signs that a student might have been lured or forced into sex trafficking. Among the things to look for: long, unexplained absences from school, or a student is constantly running away or wearing inappropriate attire based on the weather conditions.

The Child Rescue Association of North America: This non-profit organization works to stop child sex trafficking in the United States and Canada. You can join a local chapter or donate to the organization. They also have a link to several resources nationwide.

The GEMS Council of Daughters: This is a national branch of the New York based GEMS, Girls Educational and Mentoring Services, an organization helping girls working in the sex industry. The GEMS Council of Daughters hosts fundraisers and training sessions in counter-trafficking.

The National Runaway Switchboard: This hotline allows runaways to call for help. Experts say that running away can be a gateway to children being forced into sex work.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children: This national organization famous for issuing Amber Alerts for missing children also focuses on the sexual exploitation of children. It has a cyber tip line that allows you to report possible instances of child exploitation.

The Body Shop's Stop Sex Trafficking of Children and Young People Petition: This campaign launched by the Body Shop asks customers in stores or online to sign a petition protecting victims of sex trafficking from being arrested and prosecuted for prostitution.