Saturday, 23 August 2014

This is your fantasy.

The key was under the mat. Just as she'd planned, Blake let himself in. Her instructions were clear. He called out her name and followed her voice to the bathroom. She had never done this before but she didn't want it to feel like the first time. He opened the door and smiled.  He was so unexpectedly exotic she gasped. Suddenly nervous, she had to remind herself to stick to the plan, just as he was doing. As she reached for the conditioner he removed his tie and unbuttoned his shirt.

He sat down on the stool she had left beside the bathtub and gently took the bottle from her hands. He asked her how her day was as he squirted too much conditioner into his palm. Words escaped her she sighed as he applied the conditioner to her hair. He slowly massaged the conditioner deep into her scalp. His hands descended down the back of her neck and across her shoulders. He cupped her chin in his hands, looked her in the eyes and kissed her lips as if they were rose petals. Long after he leaned back the kiss lingered and she longed for more.  He glided his hands down her arms and guided her hands up over her own breasts. She closed her eyes. As though they'd rehearsed the scene a thousand times he slid his hands down to her waist. One hand continued across her stomach and gently over her thigh.

When he reached her knees he used both hands to spread them apart.  He started massaging his way down her inner thighs and when his fingers gently teased her lips apart the real fantasy began. From this point he was free to do as he pleased... to please her. No introductions necessary.




Do you have a fantasy in mind. Does it involve a male escort like our adventurous woman above? Dear Aphrodite has read and heard about a few dating disasters over the years.  Women like Rosie Waterland shared her experience with online dating recently. At 28 years of age she went on her first date. We admire her ability to share her story, but pity her experience. Sadly dating disasters are not easy to forget. The price could have been a less if she had hired someone like Blake, even if it did cost few more dollars.  

Log in or register at Aphrodisiac Me to check out Blake's profile if you want to let him be your fantasy. Have you had a dating disaster you want to share with us? Even if hiring an escort isn't one of her fantasies Dear Aphrodite thinks Rosie might have been better off spending the night on her own. Dear Aphrodite would have preferred to read about the great experience she had with one of her sex toys, than know about her unsatisfying sex, because not having sex would have been more awkward.  (If that is enen possible.)


Check out the range of satisfaction options available at Aphrodisiac ME

Why do we expect so much from ourselves but not nearly as much from the men we meet. If we don't honour ourselves how can we expect to fulfil our fantasies and satisfy our souls? Many of us prefer to be alone than admit we like someone and run the risk of them not liking us back.  How many of you are guilty of assessing your self worth based on whether or not someone you hardly know has responded to your texts, or how they view you and treat you. Why are we so quick to make excuses for potential companions and blame ourselves if it doesn't work out the way we were hoping?


In an article featured on Elephant Journal this month we learn 10 things every woman should know - Dear Aphrodite subscribes to number 5 but number 9 identifies just how often women belittle themselves.  

One of the ways we can combat this problem is presented in a brilliant advertisement by Pantene. The issue of women over apologising has been bought to light. We are in no way sponsored by or promoting Pantene - we just think their ad rocks.




No matter how turned off we are, or become at times, we all crave intimacy.  Dear Aphrodite believes it's the times you insist you don't need it, can't be bothered or aren't at all interested that you probably need it most.

We are masters of contradicting ourselves. Shirley Zussman is 100 years old and is still practicing as a sex therapist. In her recent interview with Time she explained the biggest change she has witnessed in her lengthy career (100 years old and still practicing) is lack of intimacy. People are too busy and not taking the timw to connect with each other.  



In her article Soul fucking Debra Faith Warshaw explores the importance of connecting deeply with another person. Dear Aphrodite knows many of you fantasise about this.  Like tantric sex she explains 
"An interesting thing about this spiritual practice is that it doesn't necessarily have to be with a long-term committed soul mate (although that is a bonus.) We might very well experience it with an enlightened partner that visits us briefly in our life, opens us up in brand new ways and then leaves; another type of soul mate if you will"
The feedback from our intelligent accomplished, discerning clients is that they know their limitations. They embrace hiring an escort as a tool to better themselves. They are not deluding themselves, they go in with eyes wide open. Our gentlemen are facilitators  - whether it's straight sex or nurturing they are experienced in opening up women to new experiences.  

Make no mistakes about it - Sexual energy is the most powerful energy of all, it is quite literally the essence of our being and it is healing. We all know it only works if it is done right. Fortunately there is no one right way of doing it. Not everybody wants a relationship, some people just need a release. Sometimes connecting with another person helps you connect with yourself. It doesn't mean it is meaningless or disconnected it can be the key to a deeper connection with yourself... or an aspect of yourself. Women don't do this light heatedly.

If you want further evidence of the satisfaction of women who have chosen to do what feels right for them check out the 
Testimonials page on Aphrodisiac ME. Dear Aphrodite has too many favourites to choose from but this excerpt strikes a chord on so many levels 
"... I just wanted to let you know how grateful I am to you and what a pleasure it’s been speaking to you. The service you and Regina have created has helped me in so many ways. I know I don’t have anything else to compare it to but it doesn’t take a genius to realise that your establishment compares to no other..."
In other news this month Anna and Regina were interviewed by Laine Chait on Booty Call airwaves radio. Also check out last months blog Two unlikely madams if you want to see the recent television interviews on both Studio 10 and SBS.




Also, our first monthly newsletter was sent out on June 25th and thankfully it was a huge success. So many of you took the initiative and started to live out your fantasies, we appreciate your support and feedback. If you haven't signed up for the monthly newsletter, send us an email or register directly through the website.  We run competitions, and remind you when the next blog has been posted and inspire you to be your very best.




Dear Aphrodite has decided to skip movie of the month, instead we celebrate "Sex, Women and TV, 21 shows that changed the way we see female desire"  This article takes us on a journey from the modern wonders of 'Orange is the new black' and 'Masters of Sex'  to the unforgettable 'I love Lucy,' 'Golden Girls' and all our favourites in between.

Masters and Johnson gave permission to women to explore their sexuality through touch, masturbation and experimenting. In keeping with the theme that knowledge is power the following video explains 20 misconceptions about sex. 



Next month we are tackling body image... Would you feel better about yourself if you saw more images of real women? We also discuss female archetypes and the power of orgasms. 

In the meantime Dear Aphrodite has lots of methods to keep you entertained and inspired online - Check out the tumblr page or click on the links below to join one of our Facebook groups.

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Take a look around the website, log in or register to access all areas. Ring 1300 132 855 or email info@sage4women.com if you have questions or even if you're just a little curious. 

Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Meet the two most unlikely madams.

Drum roll please....

And now ladies and gentlemen, no more pseudonyms or false perceptions. Introducing, for the first time on national television, the real faces behind the real names of the creators of Aphrodisiac ME.

Interviewed by both The feed on SBS and Channel 10's Studio 10, meet Anna and Regina as they shed some light on their story. The reaction was to be expected.  

These two women and the nature of their business is not at all what people expected. 



"Boxes are for trinkets not people."

Anna and Regina look like normal women because they are normal women. Albeit two women that recognised a gap in a market, that is usually considered shameful, and took action to make a change. 

Women have had access to escorts in the past but Aphrodisiac ME is the first to cater exclusively to women. Anna and Regina understand that women need to take their time, research, digest, put their feelers out, feel safe and really think about what they want or need. The heart of their mission is to empower both themselves and other women. 

The first interview on SBS (The Feed) starts off with an independent escort not associated with Aphrodisiac ME. The companions at Aphrodisiac ME are hired based on emotional maturity, life experience and they must absolutely love their job. You can skip the intro and meet Regina and Anna at the 1:25 mark.  



Did you have preconceived ideas of what a madam should look or behave like? Are Anna and Regina what you expected to see? Would you feel comfortable discussing your wants and needs with them? Would you trust them to find the right man for the job?

In May an empowering women's movement became a worldwide trend. After a particularly misogynistic attack in the USA, twitter responded in a big way with #yesallwomen. Women all over the world decided now was the time their collective voice needed to be heard and the power of twitter activism took over. Another hashtag #eacheverywoman was created to combat threats made to the originator. Both hashtags are still active. The conversation has started and is continuing. 

Do you think a hashtag can change the way the world thinks?  The women's movement has been going strong for about 60 years now. It will take at least 100 years,  possibly another 1000 years, for women to be truly treated as equals. #yesallwomen was a world wide power surge.  Dear Aphrodite is expecting many more in the coming future. 

The article Why I give a damn about #yesallwomen has a great overview of the importance of women speaking out and shares a few interesting tweets.  Dear Aphrodite loved this one... 
@awdubreuil - "Started reading the #yesallwomen tweets b/c I've got a daughter, but now I see I should be reading them b/c I've got two sons"
Surprisingly a large amount of men responded that they had no idea of the level of threat and attacks directed towards women. 



Women are so easy to attack because globally and generally speaking, we have been raised to live in guilt and shame. In Shrugging off a lifetime of shame, we learn of one woman's journey to change her beliefs and not repeat the same old patterns. 

Many women don't know how to protect themselves anymore. How many times have you stopped yourself from telling someone off, for their inappropriate behaviour, just because you don't want to hurt their feelings or because you risk being humiliated if they deny it?

Dear Aphrodite knows that if you can feel a man touching you, he absolutely knows he is touching you too. Don't be afraid to let him know how it makes you feel, whether he likes it or not. 

In honour of her death, our quote of the month comes from Maya Angelou, a shining beacon of truth and guidance.
"Each time a woman stands up for herself, she stands up for all women"  
Maya Angelou died peacefully in her sleep, aged 86.  Though she had a fulfilling and productive life, her death for many was hard to take. Most famous for her literature and possibly her appearances on Oprah, her true calling was teacher. 

Her authenticity meant that she couldn't keep secrets. Opening up about her life allowed her to connect to people. Her voice helped free her from the box she was put in, which helped free millions of women all around the world.

For a glimpse into some of her lessons and wisdom take a look at "Everything i need to know I learned from Maya Angelou." 



Did you know she wrote cook books and was also a sex worker?  A lot of people think it is shameful, as a result media has largely erased the evidence of her sex work history, some of her poems have even been edited in certain publications but she never kept it a secret. Her most valuable lesson was possibly, that which you admire most in other people you too can become.  

Another pioneer of education and freedom from sexual repression celebrated her birthday on June 5th. Dr Ruth Westheimer isn't what you would expect if judging from first appearances either. Happy Birthday Dr Ruth. 



It is not true that men are more sexual than women. There have been times when it was known and accepted that women wanted sex more than men. Society's perception of sexuality changes all the time, whether we are driven by our sexuality or passionless is an opinion created by man for the benefit of man.  This perception of women as passionless is relatively new.  In the 1600's a man was shunned from his church for depriving his wife of sex. Ancient texts record men achieve one tenth of the pleasure women receive from sex.

If women were a type of food we'd be eggs. We come in all shapes and sizes and are capable of reproduction. If you know how to handle them they are capable of almost anything. Eggs can be boiled, fried, poached, scrambled, light and fluffy, thick and solid and the base of an infinite number of sweet and savoury recipes or perfect just on their own. From beaten omelettes to sweet little muffins, if you can't find an egg recipe you like then you just don't like eggs.  If you don't take care and break one they make an awful mess.  

If your aiming to be a little less scrambled and a bit more stable, Christie Maree Sheldon explains her techniques for releasing old patterns, finding bliss and changing your frequency. At around seven minutes and thirty seconds she describes the frequency scale.




Follow along as she shares how to tap into source energy and change your frequency at around the 25 minute mark.  What frequency do you operate on? We're aiming for joy.

On the subject of joy, Dear Aphrodite's movie of the month is 'Fading Gigolo'.  Vanessa Paradiso steals the show with her portrayal of Orthodox Jewish Avigal, and her encounters with a middle aged gigolo. A charming film with interesting insights and a few good laughs. It's a new movie out now. 



It's not just religious women, older women enjoy sex too. A lot of younger guys even enjoy having sex with them. Dear Aphrodite knows you shouldn't waste time with amateurs, unless your training them to be experts.  

In  an open letter to men, Kelly Marceau describes what a sexy consciously awake women wants, and tips to finding your equal. It's easy to miss the real person if you don't ask the right questions.


If you just want to be Princess for a day, Dear Aphrodite knows exactly where to find you some Princes.

The companions at Aphrodisiac ME are more than just your proverbial Princes. Dear Aphrodite's gentleman of the month rises well above royalty. Adam's smile will melt your heart and he has the kindness and confidence to go with it. He is rugged and a great conversationalist. Login or register at Aphrodisiac ME to see his full profile.  

Ever wondered what you would pay one of our companions to do for you? In Bern Morley's article Oh the things I'd pay a hot man to do, she includes rubbing her feet and reading her a bedtime story. Have you got any other ideas?

Dear Aphrodite has lots of ideas to get you inspired on the tumblr page or click on the links below to join one of our Facebook groups.

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Next month we have some advice for single ladies and then we ask the big question, if we aren't in it for procreation why do women need to have sex. In the meantime take a look around the website, you only have to log in or register to access all areas, but there are plenty of other interesting things to discover. Pick up the phone and ring or email if you have questions. 




How long did it take you to realise that you are a
'phenomenal woman?' (RIP Maya Angelou 2014)




Sunday, 18 May 2014

What if women are meant to choose?

"Here comes the 21st Century."


"It's gonna be much better for a girl like me.

Coz I want everything I can.

But most of all,

I want that man." - Deborah Harry

Dear Aphrodite couldn't have put it better herself.



Deborah Harry - 'I want that man'

Truth is, even though this song strikes a chord with many women fairytales like Rapunzel and Sleeping beauty still have a greater influence.  More women wait, with differing levels of patience, for their Prince Charming to arrive. Some of us fall for the first Prince that comes along and some of us keep making the wrong choices.

Why do we wait to be chosen?  Why do we stay in marriages that stifle us?  Why do we fantasise about ex-boyfriends or seek out one night stands, hunt after men that are unavailable or avoid sex at all cost?

Let us never be quick to judge another woman, and take a moment to recognise that any woman can be any one of these personalities at any given time.

For a number of reasons staying in a marriage may be a more practical option, even if we fail to marry the perfect spouse.  When we consider marriage through the many stages of history and traditions they have been nothing more than business mergers. It made sense to seek intimacy outside of office hours.

If you're single is it ever ok to meet up with an ex?  Somehow we convince ourselves that we are in complete control, when it's highly likely the exact opposite is true.  No-one is as capable of fooling us as much as we are at fooling ourselves.


Sheryl Crow - 'Calling me when I'm lonely'


Meeting up or fantasising about an ex has some good points.  The ease at which the innuendo flows, both of you knowing what turns each other on. The build up, including pampering your body in preparation. Choosing the perfect outfit and deciding whether the lingerie should be easy access or easily removed.  Thinking about the car ride - getting off in the car together or a quickie on the bonnet are fantasies that get your juices flowing before you even meet. That first kiss, his touch, your power over him is palpable. Then the moment arrives when you separate like the sun rising from shadows, and a familiar scenario presents itself. Do you want to see him again? What if he does or doesn't call again? Was it worth it?


If the ex is off limits then what else is available?  Have you tried internet dating, or have you got what it takes to be a Tinderella?



This month Dear Aphrodite and Anthony, did an interview with Author, Comedienne and Internet sensation Susanna Brisk.
Otherwise known as Malibu Mom, she shares stories about her Tinder and other online dating experiences, her family life and the challenges of being a mother. There isn't much she hasn't tried and she's isn't afraid to share her reality.

It should come as no surprise that she managed to surprised us yet again. The resulting post  'why do women pay for sex?' is brilliant and down right dirty.

She managed to get Anthony to reveal that "outside of specific kinks, I'm not sure men specify their preferences. It seems more along the lines of "It's all good" but for women, it seems to be more about making a specific fantasy come true..." In her own unique way she coerced him to reveal a whole lot more too.

Malibu Mom speaks openly about her failings, her sexual escapades, what she fantasises about and how that makes her a better mother.  A duty she doesn't enjoy but endures because she loves her children.  

For reasons other than being Russian born, Australian bred and American dwelling, she is not a stereotypical Malibu Mom, though ironically she is authentic.  If you are having a bad day, reading her blog will take the pressure off.

Check her out in this interview with Lisa Machenburg on Hypnosis TV.  We could dedicate this entire post to her, but she tells her story better than we can on Malibu Mom




For many women it is indoctrinated to never call first, never make the first move and never express how you really feel. Few of us are brave enough to write or talk about sex the way Malibu Mom does. Worse though, is that some men believe that women should be grateful for the attention we receive from them. They feel it is their right to tell us they like our tits, and even expect to be able to feel them without permission. 

What if women were in complete control of choosing their partners? Would men behave better or tout around in high heels trying to attract our attention?

It is not beyond the realms of possibility that men should dress up or compete against each other to impress us - like most animals in the world it is the males that have spectacular colours and fight for attention.  High Heels were originally worn by men to keep their feet in the stirrups while riding horses, and as a symbol of masculinity and status.  A lot has changed since those ages.

Dear Aphrodite's movie of the month hails from the 16th century.
Dangerous Beauty  is the true story of the rise and demise of Veronica Franco, a famous courtesan, in Venice.  



Here's the the Solar Movie link to - Dangerous Beauty.  Scroll down and click on 'free download.' Ignore the pop up ads and press play.  This movie is from a woman's perspective and contains a deep knowing of lust and love.
"You, all of you...who hunger... for what I give... cannot bear to see the kind of power in a woman. You call God's greatest gift - ourselves, our yearning, our need to love - ... filth and sin and heresy... I repent that there was no other way open to me. I do not repent my life." Veronica Franco
She refuses to give into shame and guilt and chooses the life of a courtesan because it affords her access to education and wealth. It provides a better alternative than false marriage, servitude to one man and society's oppressive traditions.

The scene with Veronica and the wives of her clients highlights the insecurities and competitiveness amongst women. The same qualities that make us judge and criticise each other today.  

In Dear Aphrodite's favourite article of the month -  The Grown woman's oath -  Dr F Emeila Sam challenges us to make a pledge to release crippling judgements of ourselves and others, discover our true worth and pave the way for other women to excel rather than 'try and elbow them out of the way.' Are you able to give up comparisons with others?  What other parts of the oath did you find challenging?

If you enjoy Latin flavours and the delights of big city life let us introduce our Gentleman of the month Roberto. Roberto is charismatic and adaptable. Down to earth and sophisticated.  

Log in to our website to see Roberto's profile, and listen to his audio on the Companions page at Aphrodisiac ME. His voice is sexy and there is no doubt he knows how to make a woman feel like royalty. Logging into the website gives you access to the profiles of all our Gentleman.  Remember that discretion and privacy is guaranteed.

Like the courtesans of yesteryear Dear Aphrodite believes our companions should be celebrated and enjoyed, every woman deserves to be pampered. Some men know better than others, exactly how to indulge a fantasy.  

Hiring an escort is more than just filling an emptiness or overcoming a fear.  It has nothing to do with the guy, it's about not having to see him again or being able to choose if you want to.  It's about satisfying a need without the risk and inevitable 'dodgy dudes' that come with bar hopping and online dating. It's about experiencing another aspect of yourself.



Dear Aphrodite would love to know what you think about the movie Dangerous Beauty and what parts of the grown woman's oath you find easy or challenging.  Have you ever been guilty of persecuting or criticising another woman for having a different reality to your own?  Do you compete with other women for attention or withdraw because you don't feel worthy. Are you afraid to say or do anything for fear of offending or do you take offence easily?  

Next month we look at how we can change our frequency to change our reality. Did you know scientists have recently discovered a 'nice gene.' We'll discover how it can be affected and how even if you don't have the gene you can learn how to enjoy being naughty or nice. By releasing old doctrines and raising our frequency you can literally empower women all over the world. 

Also next month our exclusive interview on SBS's The Feed.  Yes the cat is out of the bag we sit down face to face with Patrick Abboud and discuss what Aphrodisiac ME is really all about.

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Take a look around the website, you only have to log in to access all areas. Ring or email if you have questions. 


If you know what you want, Dear Aphrodite will find a way to get it.








Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Aphrodisiac ME

Single doesn't have to mean celibate.


There are so many reasons women choose celibacy. For some it is a choice they find empowering and liberating. Others don't have the time to seek meaningful or casual relationships. It's a safe form of preventing pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. Some women choose celibacy because they have been hurt, suffered a loss or aren't ready to share their body and emotions. It's fair to say for many celibacy is not a choice, whether she craves sex or intimacy, there is often a lack of suitable partners.

Many of the new clients at Aphrodisiac Male Escorts have been celibate for extended periods of time, not just months, but years or decades. This may come as no surprise. The fact that many of them soon move on to form meaningful relationships is a pleasant phenomena that begs the question.  What makes a sexually active woman more attractive?





Dear Aphrodite thinks it might have something to do with the smile she can't wipe off her face.  It also has a lot do with endorphins and hormones.  Oestrogen is a hormone that makes our skin soft and our hair shiny, levels double when a woman has sex.


Oestrogen protects the heart and reduces the risk of Alzheimer's and Osteoporosis. Endorphins reduce pain and stress, and improve sleep and menstrual cycles. Then there are the 10 health benefits of having an orgasm described in this article at Flo Living.


It's not just about the way a woman looks, healthy is sexy. Having sex improves our senses, we hear better and smell better, it increases brain activity, which makes us smarter too.


Our confidence and self esteem are boosted.  Subtle energy shifts help us move better, dress better. This, of course, also depends on the quality of the sex.  Anything less than having our desires met, is at best frustrating. Sometimes it's not even about having sex but owning our sexuality, our femininity.



Getting your horny back.


When was the last time you had good sex, any sex?  Dr Shannon Chavez, integrates both physical and psychological methods to help women become sexually empowered. Her recent article answers the question I feel no desire or arousal what can I do to get my horniness back?  She tells us 'not to wait for desire to magically appear. Watching a movie, reading erotica or listening to sexy music... can lead to sex.' Aphrodisiac Me's tumblr page is full of arousing images.


s3xylicious


Raunchy or relaxed, slow is a good place to start. A romantic dinner, a dance class or drinks to begin. Perhaps a long kiss, tantra massage and an in depth Yoni massage will get the mood going. A favourite fantasy, or just some much needed training.  If you want it and you haven't got it, where can you go to get it - for the first time, regularly or every time?


Dear Aphrodite would like to introduce our featured companion for the month, André. He knows how to slow down. A trained and absolute master.  He holds the keys to the secret desires of many women. Log into the Aphrodisiac ME  page, and click on the companions tab to hear his audio tape. Read about his abilities to free a woman's inhibitions, clear her mind and tap into her unique sexual expression.


This month André is featured in an article by ManTalk magazine. In the article The business of pleasure he discusses everything from being an escort, the facts and the myths, experiences with his clients as well as what it means to be a Sex Surrogate. He is eloquent, intelligent and it is obvious that he knows more about the anatomy of women, inside and out, than most women know themselves.






Dear Aphrodite's movie of the month is a TED talk that made us cry, laugh and rejoice. Sheila Kelley explains the importance, and beauty, of unleashing feminine sexuality. Let's get naked - goes for 21 minutes, but you'll want to watch it again. Share it if it touches you.  It's not for everybody. Some people are asexual.  If you are woman that feels like you are missing out on something this video is for you.






We are far more complicated than men are sexually, the focus isn't just the genitals. Focusing on any one area can bring enormous pleasure. The average couple spends 15 minutes having sex but it can take a women 45 minutes just to get turned on.


Even if it's one night only, when you connect with someone else, new possibilities open up. A simple gesture or eye contact can open your heart. Physical touch - can open your entire being. Aphrodisiac ME takes care of the details, whether it's social or intimate you can just enjoy yourself. While it may not be good for repeat business, helping women open up to love again, or just healing part of their past pain is worth it.  If it can work for one it can work for many.


People have pre-conceived ideas about what the sex industry is all about. Dear Aphrodite is part of a worldwide movement to turn the focus back to honouring women.  Whether she is in gumboots or stilettos she defines womanhood.


There is a broad range of women who have used the services of Aphrodisiac Male Escorts. They differ in age, shape, backgrounds, marital status and professions but they all had to make that first phone call or email enquiry.  Each enquiry is treated individually in a non-committal, non judgemental and guaranteed private environment.


Dear Aphrodite's quote of the month is by Alan Moore (25,000 years of erotic freedom.)





Are you ready to be progressive? Do you want to meet André or one of the other companions? Zac and Raul are based in Sydney, you can check out their profiles on the website too. No matter where you are, our companions are prepared to travel, Australia wide and abroad. 


If you are tempted but not sure it's the right time for you, it's possible to meet a companion without any obligation to follow through with an appointment. First Impressions offer women an opportunity to meet up and decide if they like what they see. If after 10 minutes you change your mind he will leave, if you like what you see, you decide what comes next.

It's time to get your sexy back,turn on that part of feminine energy that so easily gets turned off. Every woman, at any age can be in touch with her primal energies, not just the youthful fashionistas plastered all over our media. In Brianna Weist's post, confidence tops the list of 14 of the most powerfully hot qualities people can have. Are you feeling confident?

Next month Dear Aphrodite discusses why it's so hard for women to talk about sex, and explore if this has anything to do with the 'Matilda vs Matthew effect.' Why do women bring each other down, instead of respecting each other's paths and honouring each others individuality?  Dear Aphrodite has taken the grown woman's oath. Will you?  




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Friday, 6 December 2013

The sex, adult and erotic industry. From slavery to sexology.

What if almost everything you thought you knew about the sex industry was wrong? The Kings tribune article Sex workers - facts and myths debunks some of the myths, including everyone hiring sex workers are perverts.

There is no denying the sex industry has it's nasty side. It's spawns slavery and has violated millions of people in the form human trafficking and rape. When comparing abuse and profits, it's second only to the drug industry. Nobody wants their child to grow up and become a drug user or dealer, yet cities are overflowing with people queuing for prescriptions, and there are plenty of proud parents of pharmacists and medical professionals.

Not all pharmaceuticals and the people representing them have good intentions. Not all illegal drugs and the people selling them are bad, some are natural and even legal in some countries.  The same can also be said about the sex industry (and politics, and religion etc...) Dear Aphrodite has met junkies in the medical profession, healers in the sex industry, and veterans with unshakeable regrets that shy away from being worshiped as heroes. How can anybody draw a single line between right and wrong. Doesn't every cloud have a silver lining?


"Mummy, when I grow up I want to help people feel good?"
"Perhaps you could  be a teacher or psychologist."
"How about the adult erotic industry?"

Shock, horror!

How would you feel about your daughter majoring in Sexology? What if she was proud to share with the world, that she has had sex with over 900 partners? What if she was so good at her job that Hollywood made a movie about her? Starring Helen Hunt? What if she won prestigious national awards that put her at the top of the game? What if she was had a long list of publications, and regular television and radio appearances, dishing out sex advice, listed on her bio?

What if she opened her very own male escort agency designed to provide a service that empowered and nurtured women, guaranteed to treat them exactly how they wanted to be treated? What if she was a sexpert? Would you be proud?  This month Dear Aphrodite catches up with two well known Sexperts. Australia's very own award winning sexologist Dr Nikki Goldstein, and all the way from America, sex surrogate partner Cheryl Cohen-Greene, who continues to push the boundaries of sexual healing.

Dr Nikki Goldstein (facebook) is best known for her candid relationship advice. She is driven in her passion to educate and empower people. Is it any wonder she won the Adult and Erotic Industries, Eros Shine Award for best sex educator?  Dr. Nikki we congratulate you. Amongst her regular TV and radio appearances, she also writes for Cosmopolitan and several other publications. Check out her blog and latest article, How to spice up your sex life

We are pleased to announce that when she was in Melbourne for the Eros Shine Awards, we were able to meet up. She found the time to interview our very own companion Anthony for an upcoming article. We look forward to sharing the outcome in the coming months. Dr Nikki is our new millennium Dr Feelgood, in so much as, they both provide much needed information on matters related to sex and relationships to the general public through, mainstream media.  Here's Dr Nikki educating The morning show viewers about sex surrogacy.



 "On seeing a sex surrogate" written by Mark O'Brien, a poet paralysed from the neck down due to polio, is the basis for our favourite film of the month; The Sessions. Brian had never had sex, and with the blessing of his pastor and therapist, enlisted the help of a sex surrogate to lose his virginity before he died. He died a contented man in 1999, if you like reading biographies here's the link to his memoir How I became human,

The film highlights the hands on sessions between Cheryl Cohen-Greene (Helen Hunt) and Mark O'Brien (John Hawkes). It explores the deep connection they shared, his needs and her role as a sex surrogate partner.  "The main difference between surrogate partner and a sex worker is that a surrogate partner does not want your repeat business."

Cheryl has nothing against sex workers, but her work is about "helping people overcome sexual difficulties. They may be suffering from erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, anxiety around their sexuality, little or no sexual experience, difficulty communicating, poor body image, or various combinations of these issues..."

Hands on sex as therapy seems more accepted when it's for sick or disabled people. Dear Aphrodite would like to add skin deprivation as a condition, also emotional disability after break ups and believes physical disability should also include the side effects of not having had a great orgasm for a long time. Perhaps you and your partner just have an itching compersion that needs to be scratched.

Though some people say sex surrogates are 'just glorified prostitutes' - as if it's a dirty word - sex surrogacy is proven to be an effective therapy. While a sex worker isn't classed as a therapist, it doesn't mean sex with a sex worker can't be therapeutic, a psychologist is just someone to talk too, a male escort can be all ears too"

The need for physical companionship is what makes a woman book an appointment, it's also the planning and the anticipation, otherwise they would just see a psychologist or masturbate.

The following clip is a glimpse into Cheryl's world of sex surrogacy and some highlights from the film:  The Sessions.



We were thrilled to have a one on one skype chat with Cheryl this month and have loved  reading her book "An intimate Life - sex, love, and my journey as a surrogate partner". Cheryl has been married for over 30 years and does have long term clients. The relationships she develops with them are professional and real. Which raises the question, what happens when clients fall in love with an escort? Cheryl points out that communication and openness is the key to her success. She is honest about what her job is, and collaborates with other treating therapists to explore any feelings that develop .

A number of women hiring male escorts are seeking a boyfriend experience. In some cases whether it's a one off, or a repeat client, it's only natural genuine feelings may develop. Perhaps it is part of the fantasy, but as with any sort of game playing in Dear Aphrodite's world, the game ends as soon as one or more involved in the party is no longer comfortable. Despite all the slut shaming, today's women aren't always afraid to ask for what they want. Clients are paying for quality, they are also paying for that quality to leave when it's over. No awkward goodbyes, waiting for the phone to ring or screening phone calls to worry about.

Our companions are experienced gentlemen and know what they are doing.  They understand that the nature of their work is also about boosting a woman's self esteem, which ultimately propels her forward in all of her relationships, as well as life in general. It's why Aphrodisiac male escorts was started.

In our experience a gentle reminder, that his business is her pleasure, is effective enough to bring reality back into focus. Emotional and physical needs are equally important. Dear Aphrodite's article of the month What would I pay for? is one of many examples of a woman's healthy experience with a male escort. A positive outcome in the adult and erotic industry, when it's done right.



Apart from the budget and celebrity, is there really any difference between Dita Von Teese's act, Moulin Rouge and a peep show.

As Jo Soporno points out in his Exposé of the Sexual Cartel, it's also hard to tell the difference between a prostitute and a wife.



Women are often taught about how bad/wrong sex is before we, if ever, are taught about how good it can be. There is no single natural human function that can cover so broad a spectrum from pleasure and divine connections, to obsession, addiction and at it's worst slavery and abuse. Is it ever ok to sell sex, and is there a better method than hands on when it comes to teaching and learning about sex?

A night out can be expensive, and frankly dangerous at times, with no guarantee of a satisfying ending. Wouldn't it just be easier to hire a professional?  Knowing he was employed by a premier agency because he has proven he understands women, knows how to make a woman comfortable, knows that an orgasm starts way before entering the bedroom, and most of all enjoys satisfying women.

Dear Aphrodite's Favourite article and quote of the month sounds like it was written by one of those types of men. Refuting the trend of macho men claiming to lock up their daughters, in his article, Dear daughter: I hope you have awesome sex, Ferrett Steinmetz says
"consensual sex isn't something that men take from you; it's something you give. It doesn't lessen you to give someone else pleasure. It doesn't degrade you to have some of your own. And anyone who implies otherwise is a man who probably thinks very poorly of women underneath the surface."
As women break the glass ceiling and inch closer to 50/50 in the work place it stands to reason that they will seek out the same services that men have long sought. Before Aphrodisiac Male Escorts came along there were no agencies offering services available exclusively for women, (including couples - services are strictly heterosexual) in Melbourne. Once the myths are debunked it becomes obvious that there is a real need for straight up (or perhaps a little kinky) sexual healing, from an expert/master/professional. Marvin Gaye hit the right chords, when he sang about sexual healing in the early the 80's.




Rather then featuring only one of our gentleman this month, Dear Aphrodite has decided to celebrate the 2013/14 season of giving, by introducing First Impressions. First impressions is a 10 minute meet and greet, with any of our companions.  The standard and ethics at Aphrodisiac male escorts are first class, our values are uncompromising, nobody does anything they don't want to do. First impressions count, if you don't click with him in the first 10 minutes then you're companion will just leave.  If you can't keep your hands off him he'll take you where ever you want to go.

Are you sexually frustrated, or just curious about trying something new? Check out the website for more details on how to meet the companion of your choice. Sure pedicures and facials are great but if you really plan on pampering yourself this Christmas/New year, would you rather be naughty or nice?


 "Life is like a box of chocolates, sometimes one just isn't enough" - Dear Aphrodite













Thursday, 31 October 2013

If I had body like Mileys I would go naked too, but I'd rather lick a....



Are you Team Miley or Team Sinead O'Connor?  If you haven't already seen the open letters by Sinead to Miley about her recent performances you can read them here. Dear Aphrodite appreciates the youth vs experience debate as well as the respect and misjudgement from both sides of the fence. Modest mothers (with mental disorders) and wild child's can learn from each other. Let's face it Miley is H.O.T at the moment. She has been famous for generations, has a loyal following, looks sexy in a onsie, is talented and still has youth on her side.  Her new image is about as controversial as high heels.  Almost every woman has felt more powerful just by wearing a pair which, as irony would have it, are also constricting and make us more vulnerable, but in a further twist can also be used as a weapon, if necessary. Such is the contradiction of beauty (and youth).  

The best thing that has come out of the whole Miley vs Sinead debate, which we have all seen before with other movie stars (Marilyn), pop stars (Madonna, Brittany, Gaga) and famous for nothing divas (Paris, the Kardishans) before her,  is the mash up of their two songs - Wrecking ball by Miley and Nothing compares to you by Sinead - Dear Aphrodite loves the blend of the two voices and  it sounds beautiful. No naked bodies or licking inanimate objects just music and faces.  Both songs scream about the humiliating reactions of agonising break ups, especially when we are young. When Miley realises there are more 50 years olds having better sex than 20 year olds, she will have a more positive influence on the women of the world. When Sinead realises that Miley is like every other single confident girl, in their twenties, that has a good dose of misguided arrogance to go with it, she simply won't believe opinions that differ to hers... until..! Dear Aphrodite knows Miley will have as much influence on women as Madonna did to the girls of the eighties. We grew up with her we didn't become her. One day she might just wise up enough to share the good and bad points of her experiences, all great lessons take time.


Dear Aphrodite believes Miley shouldn't change a thing, and that Sinead was right to speak out about the real ugly in all of this.  Miley copped  a lot of criticism for her dance at the VMA awards, but there was no noise about Robin Thicke's Blurred lines drug referencing 'tear your ass in two' lyrics - google his lyrics if you're interested because they don't deserve a link here. Dear Aphrodite prefers this parody by some New Zealand law students that were tired of thinly veiled disrespect towards the average woman.



Seeing as most of our information comes from some form of media, image has become  an obsession, everything. Dear Aphrodite knows there are two sides to every coin, beauty is a valuable gift but it still needs dusting. Some women are blissfully or painfully unaware of the image they portray, others use and abuse it, and with a few wise moves, and a bit of luck, some benefit from being fully aware of their power.

A terrifying large number of us are finger pointing, self assessing, appreciating or deprecating.  "I wonder if I could get away with wearing that outfit. How does she think she can get away with it? I wish I looked like that? Who does she think she is? If only I could lose some weight, whiten my teeth, stop my hair from thinning, smooth out my wrinkles - love myself!  We judge other women based on how their image makes us feel about ourselves. Some women can't imagine a life without hair dye, and forcing them to give up hair removal for 3 months would be too confronting or near impossible.

We compare ourselves to other women and forget that if we all stopped removing the hair from our body, men would find hairy women sexy in next to no time. But so many women (and judging by the hairless torso's of our male youth) and people in general regard having body hair to be an unnatural state to leave the house in. If we can't just be ourselves can we really love ourselves?

Are you the type of person that says things like, "Wow you're so tall, or you're really tiny, gosh you have long hair?" Stating the obvious, comparing the differences; would you tell someone that their hair is brown or eyes are blue?  Where does this obsession to assess and comment come from?  It forces some of us to try so hard to fit in, and others just choose to not play the game at all. Have you ever refused to go somewhere because you didn't have the 'right' clothes to wear?  Perhaps you avoided a massage or an intimate encounter because you forgot to shave, or your waxing appointment is next week?

Do you admire a woman that shows pride in her hairy armpits or doesn't wax her moustache, or do you attack her lack of femininity and assume she has no pride in herself? Ask any transvestite and they'll tell you the hardest battle in presenting as a woman is hair removal. A lot of women say they get Hollywood or Brazilian waxes because it's cleaner, when in fact the opposite is true.  Hair on your vulva protects the sensitive and highly absorbent skin in your vagina, a bit like eyelashes and nostril hair protect the holes in your face. Go naked, go full bush, just don't fool yourself into thinking it's something it's not.


Don't change your outfit, change your perspective.

Have you ever met a really skinny person that eats too much or a really fat person that doesn't eat enough? Dear Aphrodite appreciates every woman, the flawed and the flawless (if there is such a thing). Would you take advice from an overweight nutritionist or personal fitness instructor? Would it make a difference if that person was a man or a woman, used to weigh twice as much, or was just completely satisfied with the way they felt and looked. Dear Aphrodite is perfect just the way she is and knows you are too. True love, no boundaries.

Miley might be playing the only game that exsists when it comes to fame and fortune perhaps she should have licked a chain. Sinead's letter might have had a more far reaching effect in a shorter amount of time if it was privately addressed. Miley has a tough road ahead of her, she is a woman. Justin Beiber and Justin Timberlake didn't need to get naked to kick start their adult careers, it seems all female megapopstars prance around suggestively in their pimped up bikini's, hopefully the next Miley decides to create a new game.

The only way to stop caring what other people think is to stop caring what we think about other people...
Debenhams in the UK is showcasing all shapes and sizes


The fashion industry has been blamed for a lot of our prejudices and body issues, but they have also come a long way. Twenty years ago there were no pretty D cup bras and the only dresses in extra large were kaftans. There is still a one size fits all mentality, even though amongst average sizes the shape of  women varies enormously. Small sizes are too short for tall women, large sizes are too long for short women, not many of us are the same size on top as the bottom. Dear Aphrodite thinks one of the simple solutions would be to have a seamstress in every clothes store, to do adjustments and custom fittings. It would be good for our self image as well as the economy, one step at a time we can solve global problems locally.
good on you Colleen Clark
The famous quote by Helena Rubenstein, "There are no ugly women only lazy ones"  is Dear Aphrodite's pick apart quote of the month. It's the kind of elitist comment only a woman with an entourage can afford to make, right down to the pearly whites and under wire and or padded bras.  Do we even know what true beauty is anymore and can the average woman even afford it? Once a girl becomes a woman, can she ever be her true beautiful self or is she just judged, one way or another, on whether or not she got all the finer details of fake perfected?  At what age do we teach our girls to start obsessing about their looks? In an age where mothers are plucking their baby girls eyebrows, and even filing their teeth straight, the only movement Dear Aphrodite is joining is the lets get real movement.




Lets get real about femininity and sexuality.  Not just in west but all over the world.  Hooray for Africa and this must see documentary that chronicles the huge differences amongst woman from different cultures. Are the size of your lips important to you?  Can you believe that while some women are having labiaplasty to reduce the size of their labias, others spend a considerable amount of time stretching them for increased sexual pleasure.  

Dear Aphrodite's favourite movie of the month is a documentary by Inga Bergman that sheds light on different values and ideals in different lands and how women all over the world can learn from each other.

Here's the link to the full Uganda documentary.  The sunny side of sex - Uganda  - it's been hard to track down and is a must see  if your perspective could do with a change of scenery. There have since been episodes made about China, India and Cuba, we'll post the links as we find them.  


Ladies (and Gentlemen)  the most important message this month is to honour your body.  No matter how sexy or scarred it is, it is private property that only you decide what to do with.  That includes what you put into it, what you say with it, what you do with it and who you let you touch it.  Sexuality isn't just for teenagers and youth.  It gets better with age, no wise man would prefer a twenty year old to her 40 year old self, and wise women know that.

Dear Aphrodites feature gentleman of the month is Marcus our babe from the Bahamas. He is a master of communication, and he knows the best way to reach deep, to find the inner goddess of every woman, is to truly listen. If getting naked in public isn't your thing picture yourself on a deserted Carribean Island. To find out more about Marcus visit the Aphrodisiacmaleescorts.com page, and login under the companions tab.

If you want to keep up to date with  Dear Aphrodite's daily musings visit the facebook pages - though some content is shared across the four pages, they each have their own individual flavour.  If you like things a bit more steamy try Aphrodisiac me on  tumbler.

Dear Aphrodite - The original page with links to the Aphrodisiac male escorts
Aphrodite's playground - Just for fun - not linked to the business
Ode to Aphrodite - A celebration of women
Passions of Aphrodite  - For the wild woman at heart

Next month we learn more about instant gratification, the difference between a sex worker, escort and a sex therapist and the importance of sexual healing.