I thought I would like this. I didn't mind the first episode, and I've watched the others, but it's a little too light for me, given the means by which she makes her money.
I think I would like it better if they didn't treat it like it's no big deal, and that there's nothing at all wrong with giving hand jobs to people who pay for it.
It's still prostitution in my book. I think I was confused because I thought I heard one of the characters say something along the lines of 'there's nothing wrong with it'. I thought maybe it was just a massage in a sexy costume with a little role playing or whatever. But they do give hand jobs.
I'm not trying to be judgemental or anything. It's just kind of squicky to me, that they are treating what they are doing as just good clean fun. I might like the show better if they did have some feeling of guilt of shame. Or even just embarrassment. I know that they aren't blabbing to everyone about what they do, but the nature of the business requires them to be discreet.
If you're getting a man off for money, no matter how you do it, you're a prostitute. It's not just an innocent little 'extra'.
And like I said, I'm not offended or upset by the premise of the show. I just wish it was a little more gritty. I wasn't really looking for a cute fluffy little show about prostitution.
Edited by soupandsandwich, May 5, 2012 @ 1:51 PM.