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so,  read the "self help center" upper right corner near the life preserver. And was previously mentioned, don't be a cheapskate, become a VIP memeber if you're really serious about the hobby.

Giotto102488 reads

ok. so i have never don e this before but i am thinking about calling a provider named kali who is much older than me and is well review here. since this is my first time doing this i want to know is she has a std's/sti's, how much does she charge(not a vip member) and does she allow you to do it without a condom .

First, if you're serious about hobbying, get VIP.  That way, you can actually read her reviews, and answer most of your questions.  I would also advise you to peruse the Newbie Board, so that you can get idea as to how the hobby works.  Good luck!

Clrw_guy06859 reads

Well, first thing, if you're so worried about getting a STD, then you shouldn't be thinking of doing it BB.

so,  read the "self help center" upper right corner near the life preserver. And was previously mentioned, don't be a cheapskate, become a VIP memeber if you're really serious about the hobby.

JeffEng16781 reads

For perspective:
http://bit.ly/JEsgNW
and
http://bit.ly/LZxfZQ

And as the guys  have said, your money is well spent getting TER VIP, doing your research on a provider, and looking for consistent reviews, sometimes PMing people who have seen the provider if you have questions.  Your questions would be much better answered if you get V|IP to start answering them.

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xyz23712 reads

Click on the links that are at the top of her profile. You should be able to find her donation amount there.

There is no way to know if she has STD's unless you ask her. This will likely piss her off and any chance of seeing her will be gone. I doubt she would say Yes, I have an STD. If she says NO, I don't have an STD how can you know she is telling the truth? There is a risk and there is no way to be sure. It is more likely the girl you pick up in a bar has an STD than it is this provider though. If she were to show you her latest test results they would already be obsolete.

This leads to the other question you asked. Will she allow you to do it without a condom? You won't know until you are there with her and it's time to get busy. She is not going to talk about any sex acts before she screens you and you are there in the room and the activities have begun. (If she does talk about that stuff prior to you being in the room you don't want to see her.)

It doesn't make sense to be concerned about STD's and then want to have unprotected sex with her. There is always a risk but using the condoms reduces it greatly.

I'll not pretend that providers don't offer sex without a condom. Some do. But you won't know about it before you see her unless she just isn't safe or discreet. If she isn't safe or discreet you don't want to see her.

Buying the VIP membership is much, much cheaper than losing/wasting the amount of money you would spend on a seeing a provider and experiencing a bad session

My advice: Pay for a month of VIP membership.(You can cancel it after a month if you want to.) Read the reviews of this lady and many others along with the Self-Help Center which is at the top of any board. It's on the right, under the red and white Life Preserver. Read back several pages on this, The Newbie board, too. You will find a lot of useful information.

swimtrekr596 reads

As the previous posters have said, here's what you need to do.  First of all, spend the 30 bucks and get VIP for a month.  Second, read the self help center, link is under the life preserver at the top of this page.  

STD's?  These ladies have a lot to lose if they are infected.  You are safer with a well-reviewed provider than you would be with the hottie you picked up in a bar.  Most providers of quality will not do FS bareback,  BJ bareback, yes many will do that.  How much she charges you will see that when you have VIP on her profile.

Let me say this, you are supposed to do the research on your providers.  We are not here to do all that for you.  Even as host of this forum (that's why my name is in red type), I do not have time to do everyone's research on providers. Will we help you?  Of course, but you will learn much more doing it yourself.

Good luck,
Swim

About what are you going to get or if you can go bareback will get you on the "Do Not See" list of most ladies.  
You will hear this referred to as the DNS list also.  It's one list you don't want to be on.  

There are female condoms also known as FC2's.  The provider wears it so you don't have to.  This eliminates the excuses of "condoms make me loose my erection."  Everyone I've used them with likes them and say it's the closest thing to bareback they have ever felt.  This is now a search criteria on P411  so you can specifically look for newbie friendly ladies who can supply FC2's.

I always carry them so there are no excuses.  

It needed to be said. ;)

Posted By: fallonkelly
About what are you going to get or if you can go bareback will get you on the "Do Not See" list of most ladies.  
You will hear this referred to as the DNS list also.  It's one list you don't want to be on.  

There are female condoms also known as FC2's.  The provider wears it so you don't have to.  This eliminates the excuses of "condoms make me loose my erection."  Everyone I've used them with likes them and say it's the closest thing to bareback they have ever felt.  This is now a search criteria on P411  so you can specifically look for newbie friendly ladies who can supply FC2's.

I always carry them so there are no excuses.  

inicky46635 reads

will get you onto the DNS list of any provider who reads your post.  Discretion -- about lots of things, not just this -- is a requirement in this game.

I have a running list... ;)

I am not privy to any DNS lists as I am not on any provider only boards yet (training wheels and all) but I do keep my own.

Most ladies use ProviderBuzz.com and VerifyHim.com.  

They also maintain their own personal DNS lists.

I must say that I am very empathatic to the problems some gentleman encounter with using condoms which is one of the reasons I carry the FC2's and that's not only to keep everyone safe but to maximize the meeting for eveyone.  
Stay safe everyone!

KSM46571 reads

A word to the wise should be sufficient. Do your research, do your homework and do it right and you will reap the rewards and enjoy your times in the hobby.

Posted By: Giotto10
ok. so i have never don e this before but i am thinking about calling a provider named kali who is much older than me and is well review here. since this is my first time doing this i want to know is she has a std's/sti's, how much does she charge(not a vip member) and does she allow you to do it without a condom .

The lady you are asking about is very mature.   She might have an age limit that she doesn't see.  I'm not as old as she is and I wont see anyone under a certain age due to my own comfort level.

As everyone else is telling you, get VIP and do your research.  read her reviews -  just because she has several doesn't mean they are all good reviews.

Also find out if you are in her age bracket of men she will see.  I don't know the lady personally, she might welcome all gents age 18 and over, but then again she might not.  She might just see guys over the age of 40.  Only way to find out is to research.

who would want to do it without a condom?  Never, ever with a client.  If you were to ask me any of those questions I ) would probbaly not respond or 2) tell you politely to do your homework by reviewing my website and reading my reviews.

JeffEng16533 reads

The 2 threads I posted for the OP were in response to questions along the line of BBBJ and STDs, not unprotected sexual intercourse.  They were of course ,in no way an endorsement of unprotected sex in the hobby, which everyone knows is absurd Russian roulette.  I just wanted to make that clear.

Failinglife518 reads

a condom then I don't know what will except for the fact that you will  not find a provider that will consent. AND if you do find a provider that consents you may as well accept the fact that you will most likely get an STD.

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