Most men won’t admit to paying for a hooker, but it’s obvious that it’s a burgeoning industry. Someone is getting their services rendered. But now there’s evidence that men are looking for love in all the wrong places.
George Washington University sociology professor Ronald Weitzer, and Los Angeles sexologist Christine Milrod, authored the study, “The Intimacy Prism: Emotion Management among the Clients of Escorts”, according to the Huffington Post. The study found that men who have a regular “relations” with the same prostitute are likely to experience deeper emotions for her, according to the Huffington Post.
Weitzer and Milrod used a popular website for the research on the topic, called TheEroticReview. The site receives “between 250,000 and 300,000 unique visitors daily and contains more than 800,000 reviews and the contact information of 75,000 to 100,000 providers.”
So basically while she’s putting in all the work, he’s falling in love during the transaction. Weitzer said:
“Our study shows that regular clients of a particular sex provider often come to experience feelings of deep affection, which can progress into an authentic love story.”
Only if she’s Julia Roberts and he’s Richard Gere. Unless you wanna tell us something. Read more here.