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Woman Has No Regrets Even After Sleeping With Over 10,000 Men And She Has A Reason

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Gwyneth Montenegro has spent around 12 years in the s*x industry and has slept with over 10,000 men after entering into this profession when she was just 19 years old. However she has history behind it.

“I never wanted to get into the sex industry in the first place,” she tells  “I was 18, I went out to a nightclub and my drink was spiked and I got taken away and gang raped by 6-8 men – I can’t remember exactly how many because I was so out of it.”

She was a virgin until then and came from a family with deep Christian faith. After being raped she felt that she was not good enough in her own eyes. She then started to strip for money.

“I felt that I’d already crossed a line when I stripped,” she explains, “so it didn’t seem that far off at the time. I thought, ‘Oh well, if I don’t like it, I can always walk out after the first shift.’”

“It was totally surreal. Once you’ve been paid for sex once, you can’t take that back.”

In spite of entering into a profession she never dreamt of, she continued to do it for money. “I would charge $500 – $1,000 an hour – that depended on the services. Usually you had to do quite a bit for that…I wasn’t very experienced and the ladies told me, ‘Our basic thing is basic sex and a massage.’ I was naïve, I didn’t even know what the ‘extras’ were. Over time I would do other things, like I was able to do kissing and toys and dress-ups.”

But it seems like “toys and dress-ups” were mostly the norm for Gwyneth, as most men weren’t into anything genuinely crazy like you see prostitutes having to do in the movies. “Most of it was just normal sex,” she recalls, “I was in the industry for 12 years – that’s a long time. But I didn’t see a lot of men that had these sick fantasies.”

And the reason for that? Seeing a prostitute isn’t necessarily all about sex. “There’s always a psychological motivation for sex, it’s not just a physical urge,” she explains. “A lot of the clients I would see would be an hour plus and I mean sure, they wanted the sex, but a big part of my job was just talking.”

“There was always some sort of psychological game from it. There was always a feeling of … you could sort of tell they felt more validated as a man or some of them felt like ‘I can control you’. They’d walk out with this strut.”

According to Gwyneth, men who seek out prostitutes feel “emasculated” in their relationships and are seeking that “manly” feeling again, partially in fault due to feminism. “I don’t want to be so brazen as to just blame feminism for this,” she cautions. “However, I think there is a part to play where men do feel emasculated. They don’t know ‘should I open the door? Will I get yelled at?’ A lot of the time the grip is they don’t know what it is to be a man anymore. They’ve lost their way. That’s what I’ve seen in my clients.”

Gwyneth who is 39 now is a trained neuro-linguistic programmer and teaches women how to “understand” men.