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PostPosted: 03 Feb 2014, 21:04 
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Hookers are not legal here in Ireland. Whats more I dont have the nerve for trying it with anyone paid for or other wise.

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southofireland wrote:
Hookers are not legal here in Ireland. Whats more I dont have the nerve for trying it with anyone paid for or other wise.

Street hookers are, but consenting people agreeing to fuck each other for money isn't.

Easy enough to find escorts here. It's easy to find street hookers if you know where to look too despite the illegality. :lol:
http://escortireland.com/ [NSFW]

Also Fáilte to a fellow countryman. :coolbeans:


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foxyproxy wrote:
southofireland wrote:
Hookers are not legal here in Ireland. Whats more I dont have the nerve for trying it with anyone paid for or other wise.

Street hookers are, but consenting people agreeing to fuck each other for money isn't.

Easy enough to find escorts here. It's easy to find street hookers if you know where to look too despite the illegality. :lol:
http://escortireland.com/ [NSFW]

Also Fáilte to a fellow countryman. :coolbeans:


and their was me thinking I might be the only Irish guy here.
Thanks for saying hello. :coolbeans:

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I had a look at the link above. The all look a bit sad.
I dont have the ball to ring them anyway so................

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Isn't it all run by paramilitaries in Ireland?


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I looked into that a few years ago. One of the cryonicists I know, Michael Riskin, has a sex therapy practice in Orange County, CA, where his clients work with sex surrogates.

I have doubts about sexual surrogacy. I would like to see data about whether incels who receive this sort of treatment can then go on to have regular sexual relationships.

http://www.sextherapycenter.org/


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I was just reading through their site again, which has been updated in the last few years since I originally posted the link, and I found this:
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Love-Shyness

Brian G. Gilmartin, an American psychologist who originally used this term, conducted research studies involving two hundred heterosexual men aged 19 - 24 and an additional one hundred men aged 35 -50. Love-shyness succinctly defines a degree of inhibition and the reticence with potential partners that is sufficiently severe to have prevented the subject from forming intimate relationships or participating in intimate or sexual encounters at any level. For example, a love-shy man will have trouble initiating conversations with women because of high levels of anxiety.

Causes for love-shyness typically include school bullying, child abuse, negative comparisons and continuous discouragement, verbal or emotional abuse from parents.

Because of their perceived lack of interest in women, love-shy men are sometimes assumed to be homosexual. This in turn, increases the anxiety of the love-shy man, assuming himself to be 'broken', 'flawed' or otherwise 'abnormal'.

Unfortunately, unwanted mid-life virginity, sexual inexperience and love-shyness is not widely recognised as a diagnostic criteria by the World Health Organisation and therefore by the psychiatric professional associations and guidelines. Fortunately, a more enlightened argument is now increasingly being made in mainstream clinical psychology that intimacy issues are so unique and core to one's humanity that love-shyness does constitute a legitimate area of clinical attention.

ICASA acknowledges the contribution to this section that has been made by the authors on 'Love-Shyness' in Wikipedia.
It's ironic that the Wikipedia article doesn't exist any more, because of a few fascist editors who cited its lack of acceptance in "mainstream clinical psychology" as reason enough to erase the article.


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I am curious about this method of recovery. I would prefer to see comments from people who have actually gone through with this before I go and spend a fortune on it.

The people who have come up with this therapy have simply ripped off an old ancient eastern practice and repackaged it for commercial gain.


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I think it cannot be compared with a prostitute however one can have luck if she is willing to understand and talk about it.

Surrogate Partner Therapy applies in case it fits the cause of being incel. For instance fear of intimacy, problems in one´s self image as a sexual human being or expressing this. Of course it will help building sexual self confidence.

Someone who is having unconcious blocking thoughts, problems with self esteem, self worth or simply cannot imagine ever being in a relationship I guess regular therapies suit as well.

Apart from that there can be social problems having to do with communication, making a real connection.


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