The Dance: Choreographing our First Meeting

First encounters are always a little awkward, a bit stilted. After all, we are only just getting to know each other!

The real magic unfolds with time, over drinks, after a show, in the afterglow, within the sweet splendid moments of calm when we are together, and at ease.

But how do we get from the first encounter to the tenth? The hundredth?

We dance.

Here you must allow me to take the lead, at least in the beginning. The dance is simple but essential; I will guide you.


Our first introduction. You have sent me your screening information, desired time, date, and duration for our initial assignation, and paid your deposit. There is no hesitancy in your steps. First impressions matter when greeting a new dance partner, and yours is impeccable.

Act One: Arrival

Upon entering my space, you are greeted with an enthusiastic hug and a passionate kiss. Do your best not to be overwhelmed by my forwardness, dear one, we have the entire evening before us.

I will take your hand and lead you to the sofa, offering cool water if the day is hot and warm tea when it is cold and dreary. I am perpetually cold, and will snuggle against you as much as you allow while we get acquainted. Your deepest secrets may remain your own, I will not pry or demand more than you wish to share. It is enough to be in the moment together; when your mind wanders I can easily draw it back with soft, trailing fingers down your neck.


At my suggestion, you will avail yourself of my spacious shower and soft linens. The next part of our dance is more active, and you will want to be refreshed and clean when it begins.

Before I lead you to the shower, take care to place your envelope on the counter. This crucial step ensures we do not stumble over each other’s feet at the close of our performance. The eventual finale should be soft and filled with lingering kisses, rather than hastily crammed with crinkling bank notes.

Act Two: Intimate

Having emerged from your shower sparkling clean and eager, don your chosen costume. As an attentive costumer I have left you several to choose from- A soft robe, a fluffy towel, or just your naked self.

Come and find me in my boudoir, spread languidly over crisp white sheets and eagerly awaiting you.

The lights are dim and soft music fills the room as we fall against each other. We let the dance whirl us away into ecstasy.


An hour or two later, maybe three, maybe more (you need not keep track, in this I am the lead), we still lie lazily in the afterglow. We speak of everything and nothing, luxuriating in the press of our cooling skin against one another.

As our first meeting nears its end, I will offer you a shower once again. You are free to accept or decline at your fancy, I will not begrudge you the opportunity to carry my scent with you as you depart.

Once we have risen and dressed to some semblance of respectability (though I am wont to remain naked as Aphrodite made me, as you button and buckle) it is time for the lingering goodbye. Your final glimpse is of a tousled nymph, makeup in disarray, about to slip back into bed and revel in the pleasure of a perfect choreography flawlessly executed. With a kiss of farewell, you reenter the tired old world with a fresh spring in your step.

Until we meet again, dear heart…

Why Do You Screen That Way?

I understand that you might be nervous about sending me your real name and verifying information. What will I do with it? How is it kept secure? What if you get blackmailed? What if I am arrested and my devices seized? What if Phryne is secretly an FBI agent who has put years of effort into creating a flawless online presence? Shouldn’t she spend that time catching terrorists? Why is it so important that she know the name of the person she will be alone with?! WHAT IF SHE STEALS MY ORGANS TO PAY FOR HER ADDICTION TO LEGO SETS!?!?!

Ok, some of those questions are silly but some are legitimate worries.

Protecting your information

My screening/booking form, when submitted, is sent only to a secure, encrypted, offshore server that is not beholden to US subpoenas. Once I have verified your information, it is deleted from that server. On the extremely unlikely chance that law enforcement uses their limited resources to arrest me, (unlikely largely because of my strict screening requirements, and my significant privilege as an independent high-end companion) there is no information on any of my devices that can be traced back to specific clients. I use Signal for texting communications, a non-US messaging app that is encrypted and does not retain or even have access to the messages sent on the platform. If my email or Signal were subpoenaed, there would be no way for the contents of those servers to be accessed by law enforcement.

Those are the main ways I protect your information, though there are some other steps I take that I will keep close to the vest for the sake of privacy and discretion. Can’t have the powers that be knowing all of my tricks 😉 

I keep the information you provide as safe as I am able, but…

Why do I require it in the first place?

To put it as bluntly as possible, the information I collect from you is used to make sure that the person who walks in the door is someone I am 99.9% sure is safe and not a murderer or rapist. If you are not a murderer or a rapist, your personal information will never be revealed to anyone else. Even if someone were to behave rudely in a session, attempt to charge back a digital payment, or refuse to pay a cancellation fee, I still would not use their information to take vengeful recourse. Blackmail is after all a crime, and one should only commit one crime at a time. Not that I have ever done anything illegal, but as I am operating in a legal grey area, I do not care to add any categorically illegal activities to my repertoire.

However, my professional discretion does not extend to violence. If a client causes me purposeful physical harm, I will not hesitate to use every legal avenue at my disposal to make sure they are held accountable. If you don’t intend to cause me physical harm, your information will never be seen by anyone else.

With that established, to keep myself safe I must assume that anyone who refuses to provide their identity is intending to do me extreme violence. I’m not suggesting that everyone who doesn’t want to share their real world information is dangerous or anything other than an excellent client. But for my own safety and peace of mind, I cannot make exceptions to my screening for anyone. The only way to ensure that I am safe and whole for the people who deserve my attention, is to only see clients who comply with my screening. If you are extremely well-known or otherwise in a precarious position, I am happy to sign an NDA.

The positives of screening

When you book a meeting as a new client, it is essential that we are both relaxed and confident that the person we are meeting is safe. I cannot be relaxed and welcoming if I have no idea who you are. You cannot be relaxed and calm if you don’t trust me. To calm your nerves and demonstrate my care for my clients, I maintain a Twitter account with 5+ years of posts, I have several blog posts describing my empathy and compassion for everyone I allow to see me, and I have multiple reviews* by people who have met me and left happy, safe, and with all of their organs.

By complying with my screening, you have taken the first, most important step towards ensuring I will be comfortable and happy in your presence. In fact, it is the ONLY step you need to take. I have set up my booking form to gather all of the information I need from you to make me feel safe when we meet. It is quite literally all you need to do to ensure a meeting with me. Well, and pay a 10% deposit if you are a new client. But that is it! You only have to do two things, and our mutual happiness is assured! Few joys in life come so easily.

I excel at seeing the value and goodness in every client I have the pleasure to meet; it is my overarching goal as a companion to help you feel good in your body and guide you to appreciate the excellent qualities I see in your mind. When you comply with my screening requirements, I already know you are a person worthy of my time.

Will you ever see me without knowing my real name?

Yes. When sex work is decriminalized in the US, I will reevaluate my screening requirements. If you want that to happen, contact your representatives and let them know that sex work should be decriminalized for the safety of all workers and clients. Until that day, I will continue to require real world information from everyone who wants to be intimate with me.


*Reviews: Private Delights & TNA