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Maybe this is just me maybe this is just y’all....

let’s have the talk. The talk about rates. 
As SP’s we all work hard to determine our rate. Of course we don’t want to set it too low or “too high” ( really there should be no such thing as too high for us ) 

but of course at some point we will have to pick the best rate for us and our clients. 
to those SP’s like myself who want to consider affordability for my clients would like to think that our clients also keep us in mind as well; keep in mind we also pay bills have to eat and travel. As well as paying for things for our clients such as hair makeup nails outfits shoes condoms cabs hotels ads and more.  PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD DO NOT NEGOTIATE OUR PRICES. we don’t come to your mechanic shops your office buildings or other places of work and demand a discount or free services. This is highly disrespectful. Escorts are a LUXURY. Getting a sensual massage is a LUXURY. Getting a strip tease or dance is a  LUXURY. We are a LUXURY. WE DESERVE TO BE HELD AT A HIGH STANDARD! don’t be cheap. If you can’t afford to pay for something so intimate please stay away. Attempting to devalue something because your pockets are lacking is unfair. Consider that next time you ask a SP for free or discounted services. SEX WORK IS REAL WORK AND WE DESERVE RESPECT A D GREAT WAGES

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   As the topic is a bit frown upon due to board rules, I would recommend reading this thread where the same arguments are mentioned more than once:

    It's up to you to set your own rates. If you got doubts, you better discuss it privately with your patrons or compare yourself to ladies offering similar services in the same area.

    Have a nice day.

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4 minutes ago, Daysha Love said:

Sorry I didn’t know this went against board rules. Feel free to delete. Xx

The rule is mostly in regard to public negotiation.

As for the rest, this was already discussed in the thread I posted.

No worry. Have a nice evening.

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On 2/12/2020 at 11:40 PM, Daysha Love said:

Sorry I didn’t know this went against board rules. Feel free to delete. Xx

It isn't. There have been posts like this from providers who are sick of people trying to haggle with them for as long as I can remember. I have no doubt that there will be more in future, because some things - unfortunately - never change.

What's not allowed is posting and discussion of any particular provider's rates. It's unpleasant when people start to say things like 'I don't think she's worth that'. And even if people just post rates without comment, providers can and do change their rates whenever they please, and so those posts can get out of date and misleading pretty quickly. That makes it a lot easier for everyone if they just don't happen.

 

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This has been a major topic of discussion (OK maybe not lately) on CERB/Lyla and it's within Lyla rules to discuss

I am even reminded of a major thread a few years ago regarding negotiation

https://www.lyla.ch/topic/55719-negotiating/

As for the rules about discussing negotiation this is what the rule says (copied/pasted after link)

https://www.lyla.ch/faq/

Discussing or Negotiating Rates in Public

 

A:Discussing or Negotiating Rates in public is not welcome, this includes commenting in public that you feel the providers rates are too high or low. Asking for senior or student discounts, asking for discounts for just going for a coffee or some other reason that you feel the provider should charge less cause your asking for something less involved then others would ask the provider to do. if the provider posts that no negotiating is permitted and you pm the provider asking for a discount that provider can report your pm to the moderators if offended. If he/she does not post that rates are firm you may pm them if you feel the need but be warned most find this very distasteful. Your better off to keep looking for a provider asking a rate you are more comfortable with. Rates are for the time they spend with you not what you do during that time so it is rude in many peoples eyes to ask for a lesser rate to do something less involved then others may do, commenting or asking for discounts can be personally insulting so please do not do this.

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While not the Mod IMO this thread topic is within Lyla rules and certainly not out of bounds to discuss.  

RG

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