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Source of happiness


28 July 2016

Some people, by their very nature, have a happy disposition.

Others draw their happiness and good moods from things around them; from things they see or do.

Yet others find it hard to find happiness in their lives—maybe as a result of their own personal circumstances or things which have happened to them in the recent or distant past.

I’m fortunate in that, generally, I have a positive outlook on life and find that, by and large, I am happy most of the time—in short, I enjoy my life. I do a job I enjoy and get to travel around and meet many different people from different backgrounds, areas and cultures. In fact, I can be quite self-contained and originate my happiness from within, from my day to day life and being as "normal" as life allows one to be.

Yet many other people I know can be described as being into the second category I outlined above. They need to find happiness through a variety of different ways or activities. Some people eat their favourite cakes or desserts to find fleeting happiness; others listen to their favourite music every day; whilst others may go to the gym or engage in some adventurous sport such as surfing or hang gliding to both find a thrill that they are looking for, but also to feel happy and content.

Of course, it’s not necessary to be over active to find that elusive feeling of joy and pleasure—reading a good book or watching a good film can stimulate the good feeling factor that many people crave.

There are, however, a number of people I know, who simply cannot find the key to a happy life—no matter how they try. In fact, I often wonder if either such people have some sort of suppression of their enjoyment gene in their brain that makes them unhappy. So much so that happiness for them is almost impossible to find. A little bit like running a race but the people with their happiness gene suppressed find that they are already 10 or 20 metres back before they start—and others have sprinted ahead! However. this can fortunately often be fixed.

Then there are those whose life situation gives them little cause for glee. A broken marriage or relationship; limited finances or a dead-end job where the prospects for getting ahead are limited. Sure, they will have their happy moments and pleasurable times but, often their overall demeanour and outlook are shaped by their particular circumstances.

But, having said all this it is possible to look on the brighter side of life; to seek some professional help and maybe even therapy. Yet, most of what makes us happy and/or content is inbuilt, and I often find that those people with relatively little can be happier than those purportedly with everything—or, material possessions and money do not necessarily equate to fulfilment and the ability to be able to smile once in a while.

And, oh…, if you need help in this department, don’t hesitate to call me—I’m sure I can make you smile (broadly!)… and be happy…



















Independent women 


3 July 2016

I’m not sure if it’s only me, but there seems to be more and more independently minded women around these days.

Now, the phrase "independent women" can have different connotations or meanings to different people.


For those less open minded, more parochial people it, perhaps, can suggest some negativity; you know, things like the woman is stubborn or won’t listen; she is a free spirit, not able to follow the role traditional society expects of her. [I hasten to add here that these are not my thoughts or comments, but those of others with more conservative views of the female role in society]. 


To me, the growth of independent women is a positive as there should be no reason whatsoever that the two main genders should not be on a quite equal footing. In my mind, these days a typical woman can be seen as independent as a result of several key factors enabling her to live life as she wishes.


One is improved educational opportunities - for many years now females have had the opportunity to excel in detail oriented professions such as accounting, law or medicine. There can hardly be a dispute any longer that women are more studious, usually academically better than their male counterparts—While this occurs especially in asian societies where the drive and determination to get a good education and get ahead is often compelling; it also occurs quite a lot here in 'the West', of course. 


Partially as a result of the above, as well as many other factors, far more women than ever before are afforded the opportunity to be financially independent; to earn and spend their own salaries. In short, they are less likely to be dependent upon any male in the household to provide for them. With their own disposable incomes and healthy career prospects, many women are able to live their lives without the permanent intervention of men folk. Sure, some discrimination still exists in the work place about the abilities of women to do the same job as well as some men but, happily, with better labour protection laws and equality in the workplace being promoted by most governments, this problem appears to be receding. 


With the ongoing liberalisation of society as a whole and changes in the ways many more traditional viewpoints on certain issues (which were not always the correct viewpoints) are being addressed, it’s now more than acceptable for women to be leaders in government or in businesses or certain industries. This social acceptance transcends into personal relationships. Nowadays, it’s no longer frowned upon for, for example, a woman to be unmarried and in a co-habiting relationship, be a single parent or to be seeking a "not-all-the-time" boyfriend or lover to keep her company when she needs a man the most—even being a "cougar dating" tigress, happy to be with a much younger man escorting her, is becoming more mainstream.. Let age be not a barrier!


I can keep going but I think you get the gist. Many of my clients are independent women, either by design or default. They clearly know what they want—and with me they know where to come to get it! 
























13 June 2016

I’m always amazed at how, nowadays, so many people can’t seem to be able to spend any time by themselves.

Some people appear to need to be with others incessantly.

And, unfortunately, a lot of people seem to equate being alone with being lonely.

Many people can’t seem to be able to amuse themselves (unless they have their ubiquitous i-phone or smartphone in their hands) for more than a few minutes without resorting to calling someone, turning on the TV, checking their facebook or twitter, or just looking around vainly for something to do or someone to talk to…

Of course, it is natural for us to be around other people, and it is healthy and a good idea to be social, at least sometimes! While some people are comfortable with being a little social, some people are more social. It’s just another variance of human nature. Some people are more of a social butterfly than others. You only have to think about or observe your friends and colleagues and note if some of their habits are going out to a bar or a restaurant or a shopping centre—for no special purpose other than being with or near other people, or getting out from their home. Then there are those people who are forever on their phone talking to others about nothing in particular—they just need to hear the sound of someone else’s voice, needing the reassurance of another human’s presence.

But I often wonder: whatever happened to solitude, being alone and enjoying being alone? Maybe either sitting at home quietly relaxing with no radio on, no TV blaring in the corner, or no disturbances; maybe reading a book or painting, doing some other hobby or even simply meditating? Or, if you feel the need to go out, enjoy a longish walk in the country park or even just around the block a few times (if it is quiet). Revel in being alone, revel in not having to talk or answer to anyone.

While we do need affection, and to spend time with others, it is also important to be able to be comfortable within yourself, and with yourself. And to be able to enjoy some time alone now and then. Especially withe the busy and fast pace of life these days, it's great to be able to just disconnect and enjoy solitude for a while.

Enjoy the peace; switch off and let your mind relax; switch off and let your cares and concerns melt away for a while. Enjoy the solitude; enjoy your own company.

Rediscover yourself and examine your inner feelings; reflect, ponder and rejuvenate your mind by indulging yourself….in perfect solitude.

Don’t worry, you will not be lonely as you have someone very important with you. You may think that you are alone, but you are not, as you have someone who knows you better than anyone else close by; someone who knows all about you.

Puzzled? Don’t be.

Spend some time alone. Enjoy the peace and the solitude. Find your inner-self and reconnect with YOU.  







"All of humanity's problems stem from man's inability to sit quietly in a room alone."

Blaise Pascal, Pensées 

























For those less fortunate


23 May 2016

Inequality and injustice seem to be a blight on the human race.

Whether this be inequality as a result of social status, beliefs, gender or even skin colour, the vast majority of the human race is, sadly, particularly adept at discriminating against other humans.

Quite why this is I’ve never really been able to work out. Sure, there have been historical events which have polarised people or there are cultural differences or opposite points of views to consider but, at the end of the day, we are all biologically the same—and, like it or not, all have to share the same planet for as long as we wish to continue to exist!

Much of the prejudice that we can see in the world today stems from things we are taught as children by our parents, teachers and other figures we look up to. It goes without saying that children, generally, are prejudice free and will happily play, talk or mix with any other child—and it’s only when elders start to make comments, disparaging remarks or air their own likes and dislikes about other people that children start to take note—and begin to implement their own discriminatory ways.

We mould our young people to dislike, reject and hate others when there really is no need to do so. Surely, we should be teaching compassion, understanding and tolerance for others who may be different or less fortunate; surely our so-called moral leaders need to do better.

Sadly, today’s world is very much a "me" world and people are so wrapped up in their own issues and problems that they never seem to have time for others; never seem to set aside their stereotypical views of others and take each other at face value.

Meeting as many people as I do, I can appreciate that the fast pace of the world means that, primarily, you have to focus on yourself and your immediate kin, yet it would be nice if, at least for part of the time, more people could spend some time thinking about others less fortunate….

There are many people from broken homes out there looking for love; many people who have been denied a good, proper education owing to family circumstances; people who have made one or two bad decisions when they were younger and have never really been able to recover from them; people who are being discriminated against because they dare to be different in some way (and not always by choice!). There are many people who have all different kinds of things going on in their lives.

So, when you feel your problems or issues are so great they feel almost intolerable, spare a thought for those less fortunate—and be grateful.

Maybe your life is not so bad after all!






"When I started counting my blessings, my whole life turned around."

- Willie Nelson













Slight fee increase

10 April 2016
It's been a long time coming, and I've tried to avoid it as I know the general cost of living these days can sometimes be a bit much, and I like to be affordable - but it's time that the engagement fees for some of my services have had to slightly increase. While my rates have increased slightly a few months ago, these new rates will come into place on May 1st.
It may be hard for some people, it may mean you might have to put away a little more in your 'Happy Jar' and save up a bit.. So you can still enjoy the time to be pampered that you deserve.
The updated prices can be seen at my
Engagement fees page, by clicking here.
While the general cost of living these days can be hard at times - sometimes it can be so rewarding to just spend some money on yourself, and have some 'me' time. Come on, treat yourself.. You won't regret it.





















Safety first

31 March 2016
In the last few days I have had my latest full STD screening, which I get every few months, and the results are clear, as they always have been.
The way I see it, safety is important.
In my more than seven years of being a male escort, one thing I've been shocked to find is that there are so many women, particularly in their late 30's, 40's, and 50's, who may have had an average of 2-3 sexual partners in their lifetime, and who have never used a condom before... Not everyone of course! But more than one would expect.
I've found this quite surprising.. To have many women's first experience of sex with a condom to be with me, and a bit later in their life than one would imagine.
Maybe part of the reason for this happening is that, until recently (around the last decade), unfortunately sex education in schools has been sub-standard.. And unfortunately a lot of parents, especially in the past, haven't taught their children/young adults about sex education.
I was starting secondary school in the early 2000's, and in those days, sex education in school, both primary and secondary school, was almost non-existent .. At the time an STD was simply known as a long distance phone call! Though back then the earliest modern mobile phones were just hitting the market, and Motorola flip-phones were all the go.. So it was a while ago.. ;)
I can imagine sex education in schools before then being totally non-existent. Thankfully, it is developing more now in the school curriculum.
Or maybe it's because of Australia's drinking culture.. From the stories I've heard, almost all of the time when too much alcohol is involved, the idea of safe sex, especially for males, but sometimes for females as well, goes straight out the window. Sometimes even just 2 or 3 drinks can be enough!.. And that's definitely not a good thing!
For some women, for all different reasons, the idea of having sex with a male escort can be a difficult choice, because of past experiences.
Thankfully in choosing to see me, you can know that you're in safe hands.
















"... Leo... I Love You..."


16 March 2016
Being a male escort is not easy.. And definitely one of the hardest things is when a client falls in love with me.. Or thinks they've fallen in love with me.
I am professional in my work, and I am genuine in portraying my personality.. I love to please, I love to help others, I am very kind, friendly, and maybe unfortunately, in some cases, very easy to love.
Over the years I have had quite a few women develop feelings for me.. And one might even think 'hey, that's good for business then?' Well actually, no it's not! My business is to be a massage therapist, escort, companion, sexual therapist, someone to talk to about personal things, and someone to share fun times and intimacy with. Many different things, but I am definitely not charging money for love!
And I don't like having clients develop feelings for me that may make me become more of a negative influence in their life than a positive influence!
I have a duty of care to my clients. People trust me enough to let me into their personal space, to be intimate, to share things about their life with me. I have a duty of care to make sure clients are kept safe, and are not at risk of becoming emotionally attached.
I see many clients, and over the years I would have come across as many different personality types as a full-time psychologist.
A few months ago, I have made my service, incredibly, even more professional, in a number of ways. As well as increased fees, and other measures, one of these ways is to only allow bookings with a client once per month at the most.
Here's something that happened, that I learned from. I made the mistake, over a year ago, of letting one client book me often more than once per month, and this continued for a year.. (Usually I don't allow bookings of more than once per month, due to the risk of some clients falling in love with me.. But she assured me she knew what she was doing) Along the way she assured me that she wasn't falling in love with me, and that she understood that she was a client, and I was her escort. Then I realised she was actually in love with me, and had to cancel seeing her.. And she actually asked for all her money back, saying that she wasn't satisfied.. Because she thought we were in a relationship! That she knew she had to pay me each time she saw me, but that we were in a relationship, and that she was not a client.. Wuh?! She had told me all along that she understood the situation.. I didn't know that she would become delusional.. I told her I'm sorry she felt that way, but of course my money-back policy only applies to a single booking, and I don't have any unsatisfied clients..
Then she went and told some of her friends, and others, about her story, and how she was heartbroken and everything, and now often I'll get upset texts and emails saying how she thinks I'm a 'thief' for charging money for love.. And messaging me saying she loves me and 'knows' that we will 'get back together.' Wuh?! If only I knew she felt that way, I would have terminated her bookings much earlier! 
What has prompted me to post this blog and share with you, is that now it seems she is messaging a lot of people who have 'liked' posts on my facebook page, saying that she is 'reaching out to them to help them'.. I mean, mate, unbelievable. Messaging random people with her stories of heartache? I mean, what is it with delusional women and facebook stalking??
As well as that, she has become heartbroken and with mixed up feelings, because she loved me so much and can't deal with the fact that I can't see her anymore, that she can only deal with it by now hating me.. And she is telling people she knows, and others she doesn't know, how she thinks I'm a 'thief' and that I 'charge money for love'.. So for anyone who she may have spoken to, I need to set the story straight! 
I feel partly at fault, because I shouldn't have made that mistake of letting her see me so often, and I should have seen the signs of her falling in love with me sooner, and terminated bookings.
While I don't usually share stories  like this, and reading it on my blog may sound somewhat unprofessional, I thought it was necessary to show you some of the things I have to deal with, and how it is important that you know that I have to make the responsible decision to terminate bookings if I feel that a client will not benefit in a healthy way from seeing me.. I really don't like sharing the above story, but I needed to show an example of what can happen if I don't manage properly which clients I can not see.. Rest assured, I am very confidential and discreet, and would never reveal any personal details of anyone at all, so while I feel sharing the above story is a bit personal for the client involved.. Her identity, or anything about who she is, would never be revealed to anyone!!! If anyone asks me the smallest detail of the above story, I would not share the slightest bit of information.
Thankfully, situations like this rarely arise.. As most of the time if a client develops feelings for me, she tells me.. And then we can say hey, what is best for you, should you stop seeing me, or should you manage your feelings, and continue to enjoy seeing me? If you do develop feelings for me that shouldn't be there, they will not be reciprocated, so you must decide whether you're in an emotionally fit place to see me. 
I love to be a positive part of people's lives.. For however long it is - whether it is a few years, a few months, a few bookings, or even a single booking. When it's time for you to stop seeing me, I want to encourage you to spread your wings, and move on, a stronger, happier, and brighter person from having seen me!
Some clients will try and worm their way into my personal life.. Big mistake, your bookings will be terminated. One has to understand, that while I am providing a very personal service, and getting to know you intimately.. I have my own personal life, which is not a part of my working life..
One has to respect that boundary between my personal life and my work, and not try to cross it.
If I do see someone falling in love with me, I have to terminate ever seeing them again.. As some women, as you saw from the story above, can become attached, delusional, obsessed... and cause so much stress for themselves..
My job is to provide people with intimacy, someone to talk to, whatever you are looking for.. To provide the intimacy you may be looking for, in a discreet and safe way.. But not to get married and fall in love.. I have to stop seeing anyone who I deem as being not in a healthy emotional state to see me.
I DO NOT  and WOULD NOT take advantage of any woman, and would never see anyone for financial gain if I thought it would be detrimental to their health and well-being!
A woman's heart is a precious and wonderful thing, not something to ever be played with!
When you are intimate with someone, it can be normal to develop some feelings.. As long as in this situation you realise the context, and put things into perspective here.
A lot of women love seeing me, and love the time they spend with me. That doesn't mean that they love me. Even if you feel excited to see me, and look forward to it, that's a good thing, and it's good to look after yourself, and do things that you enjoy.
But if you find yourself developing feelings for me that you can't control, please, talk to me about it, and decide whether you can continue seeing me or not.
Because, after all, I want what is best for you!















Thankyou, to CFA volunteer firefighters

14 March 2016
Now that the summer weather is on it's way out, we can reflect on the hot summer that we've had, and the dangerous bushfire condition experienced across a lot of the country. There hasn't been too many fires across Victoria this summer, though there was one large bushfire near and around Wye river (near Lorne), along the Great Ocean Road. It was out of control for quite a while, and over christmas, and destryoted more than 100 homes :(
Thankfully, no lives were lost in the Wye river fire, and the emergency evacuation procedures ran smoothly. It took many firefighters to help get the fires under control, and much effort on behalf of firefighters and their families.
My heart goes out to anyone who lost their homes and businesses in the fire, or who were under threat from the fire. And, I'd like to send out a big Thankyou to all the CFA firefighters, who volunteer their time, and go in harm's way, to help others.
I went for a drive along the Great Ocean Road past Wye river, in January, soon after the road was re-opened.. And driving past all the fire affected area, I thought how it's lucky that no one was hurt. I'd also like to thank anyone who was driving along the Great Ocean Road after it was re-opened, and followed the advice of the authorities and the media to not stop in certain places along the road, and to not take photos of burned areas near houses, to share on social media.. Imagine, someone who had lost their house seeing someone else posting a photo of the rubble left where they used to live.. So thankyou to all who didn't take photos.
And mostly, a Thankyou to all of the men and women who are 
CFA volunteers , and their families. It's a wonderful thing that you do! If anyone knows a volunteer firefighter, please respect what they do, and give them a big Thankyou.
There were a lot of other small fires, that were put out by CFA firefighters before they became a threat to farms, homes, and communities, that most people didn't even know was there, so they are providing a much needed service.
While the risk of fire is over for now, make sure that if you are travelling into country areas next summer, or communities where bushfire might be a risk, that you travel safe (yes, as well as having safe sex, it's important to travel safe!) by checking the
emergency victoria map, here,  or downloading the  free CFA fireready app on your iphone.
On the bright side, there is a good-news story from the Wye river bushfires.  A couple who had lost their home in the fire, had their cat, Muppet, return home 24 days later. As they would have thought Muppet was gone, this would have been a very welcome relief to find that he was alive, and okay :)
Once again, a big Thankyou, to all CFA volunteers.  





















22 February 2016

Summer to Autumn. Autumn to Winter… to Spring and Summer, again.

The evolution of our lives follows the four Seasons.

And just as the Seasons continue in a never ending cycle of hot, cool, cold, warm and hot weather, sometimes our lives evolve into a pattern of good times, bad times and not so good/bad times.

And just as each Season brings with it variations not only in temperature but in the type of weather we experience, our moods and outlook on life can be changeable. We can reach the highest pinnacles, we can descend into troughs.

We can have summer sunshine on bright, endless dry days; the heat evaporating the moisture from the air, drying out the land. And, even though the days are occasionally interspersed with times of light, refreshing rain, the sky is mainly clear, with only some white clouds dancing across the flawless blue canvas.

We can have cool autumn days with the chill of the impending winter evident; perpetually falling russet leaves stockpiling in the corners of our streets and roads. Feelings of nostalgia for the long summer days just gone; feelings of expectation as we begin to adapt to the changing landscape.

Chilly winter days with the wind whispering through the gables of our home, bringing more frequent rain to nourish and rejuvenate the previously dry earth. And, depending on where we live, maybe a brilliant white snow shower or two; leaving just a sprinkling of fine white powder or maybe even blanketing the landscape as far as the eye can see.

Until the first few signs of a new spring are evident; initial blooming of small flowers which have been in winter hibernation; sounds and sights of small mammals reactivating their lives; the relatively pale spring sunshine starting to warm all the surfaces it can touch. 

And we meander in to summer days once again.

Whilst the cycles of our lives continue, more and more we hanker for the halcyon days gone by. We seem to cherish past events with greater verve as our memories dim about what the event or landmark happening in question was really like or about. We find ourselves rejoicing in past events, or forever dwelling on things which, in no circumstances, can be changed or altered, as they havealready happened—whilst we are not always focussing fully on the future, or the present moment! 

Just like the passing of the Seasons, it’s necessary to sometimes let the past go and look to the next spring or summer (if that’s the season(s) which brings one most pleasure). 

Otherwise life will have passed by and there’ll be no time to enjoy the precious short time we have here on earth! 


















Wishes and resolutions


25 January 2016 

While we're almost at the end of January, it's still the start of the year, and still holiday season, so I thought I'd write about making New Years resolutions.

For some reason, at the end of our cycle around the sun; the twelve month lunar cycle we call a year, and at the beginning of the new cycle, we invariably set aside time to reflect on the previous year and all the things which have happened—both good and bad. We usually reminisce about the highlights of the year, and commiserate on the downs.

We also look ahead and, most of us at least, make wishes and promises or resolutions about what we would like to do in the coming twelve months; about some of the things we wish for and also what we promise to do for ourselves. For a short period of time, all of the positiveness we believe can bring to our lives abounds and we are full of good intentions for the next twelve months.

Yet, once the rhythm of the year, our work patterns and routines become settled again, more often than not we invariably forget about our good intentions and plans to revitalise ourselves and our lives; we lose sight of what is needed to make positive changes to the way we live and, most of all, to help us get out of the proverbial rut!

Not that it is easy to make changes, we all know that.

Yet, I always believe if you are determined enough it’s possible to succeed at almost anything you turn your mind to. It’s simply a question of being realistic and pragmatic—setting attainable wishes and goals, and then working out how best to comply with them!

It seems to me that the things people wish for or are concerned about the most can be easily categorised into three clear, key areas:

•    Health—namely many people wish to be able to give up smoking or drinking alcohol, or promise themselves that they will go to the gym or do some exercise every day to lose some weight or just generally be healthier in themselves.
•    Financial well-being—who wouldn’t like to have or earn more money and be more financially more comfortable? But, unless you win the lottery or gain some other unexpected windfall, then this wish often falls by the wayside—to make changes in this aspect of one’s life usually needs dedication, focus and, not surprisingly, hard work!
•    Relationships—the number of people who I meet who are in unhappy relationships never ceases to amaze me; yet actually doing something about making the necessary changes is, sometimes, too much for them to contemplate, too much of a challenge. In short, the will to change just has to be there. Conversely, I meet so many people who are not in relationships, yet who long to be, and promise themselves that the next twelve months will be the time that they rectify this situation.  

Yes, we all probably start the next twelve months (as we do every year) with good intentions. But make sure your wishes and resolutions are realistic and can be achieved—you’ll be all the better for it. And once you've decided something you want to do - stick to it. You can do it!
















The Love Doctor's December 2015 Photo Shoot


5 January 2016

I hope you're having a wonderful start to the new year. Every day is here to be enjoyed, so why not make the most of it?

I've been a bit delayed over the holiday season, but I've finally published my most recent photos that I had taken last month.

Stay tuned for my next blog in a few weeks, but for now, feel free to have a look at my photos by clicking below.

Take care,

Leo the Love Doctor


             Click here to visit my Gallery page 
















Wake up and smell the roses  


12 December 2015
Who doesn’t feel low now and then?
No matter who you are, what you do for a living, or where you come from, it’s only natural that you’ll feel down sometimes; feel a little bit under the weather, as it were.
Even me, occasionally, I must admit!!
It can sometimes be hard to pinpoint the exact cause of being down, of feeling slightly unhappy, but you can usually put it down to a culmination of things—maybe you’ve been a little stressed, or a variety of minor things haven’t been going quite like you planned. Or maybe you have bigger stresses to contend with. Though nothing is ever as bad as you think. Things always get better.
If you take a few moments to sit down and think about yourself, I’m sure you have your own reasons for feeling low—and, of course, most ladies have their own monthly cycles to contend with as well—although, mind you, I do believe that men have “life-cycles” of feeling good, of feeling happy and then times when they don’t feel as good as they should.
Still, at times when it happens to me, I don’t let my mood keep me down for too long and can, more often than not, shake off any negativeness I am feeling fairly quickly. 
It’s all about being positive. It’s all about being appreciative of what you do have—not what you don’t. You don’t need me to tell you that if you have your health, then everything else is secondary. 
But there is more to it than this: think of the close family and friends that you have; think of the good times that you have enjoyed and make a resolution to plan for some good times you can enjoy in the future; think of nature and it’s wonders—whether it be something as simple as the wind or the rain, or things we take for granted on a daily basis such as the sunshine; butterflies, birds and other small animals…
Take some time to chill out a bit, and wake up and smell the roses!
Life is good and can be very fulfilling: yes, yes…, I know it can be cruel and unfair sometimes but life goes on; time eventually helps heal the hurt and makes the bad things which may have happened to you over the last few months, twelve months or so not seem so bad.
Although you may doubt it sometimes, you’ll recover from the heart ache, the broken relationship, the bad times of your life, whatever may be going on… and, one day, maybe even without realising it, suddenly you’ll be moving forward stronger, happier and more positive than you’ve ever been.
Make sure you have your rose cutters ready! 



















Safety first


19 November 2015

Just a short blog entry to let everyone know that I've just last week had my full STI screening that I have every three to four months, and the results are clear, as have always been and will always continue to be.

Unfortunately STI screening for escorts in Victoria is not mandatory at all.. I get checked because I like to know I am safe, and like to be able to let everyone else know.

Protecting my health, and your health, is important. There is a reason why I spend around $1000 per year on condoms.. And yes that is a lot of money to spend on condoms, but I only use the best.

I like to be able to let you know that you are in safe hands.




















Special requests


10 November 2015

I’ve never really understood why so many people are so bashful about sex.

Sometimes it’s almost as if talking about sex is a taboo subject. Some people use euphemisms or slang words to describe those parts of our anatomies which we were all born with. Other people go all coy when the topic of sex comes up in a conversation; some avert their gaze and maybe even have a slight flush of embarrassment in their cheeks. 

Sex has always been something that some people talk about, some people don't talk about.. I think sex is a private thing, to be cherished. And no one has to talk about it if they dont want to.. But I think it is important to talk about sex with your partner. Whether you are in a relationship, or seeing someone that you aren't in a relationship with, whatever your situation.. If you and your partner both talk about what you like, what you don't like.. What, when, and where you feel like doing something... Communication is the key, and it will help your relationship, or partnership, blossom!!

In any event, sexual acts and the reproduction processes are, without doubt, a fundamental part of human life; they are something we are born to do; the desire for sex is inbuilt—admittedly though to varying degrees. And one could be surprised by the range of sexual options, fetishes, demands and so on available for anyone who wants them. The human imagination when it comes to new ways to package the sex act(s) is, quite simply, amazing. 

With such huge diversity in the nature of people in this human race of ours, it stands to reason that there has to be uncountable tastes and likes and dislikes amongst the general population.

Yet, even within the parameters of normal sex, certain aspects are still relatively stigmatised—especially for some women.

I’m thinking particularly about oral sex....

Show me a man who says he doesn’t enjoy fellatio and I’ll show you someone who is being economical with the truth. Introduce me to a woman who says she doesn’t enjoy receiving oral sex and I’d say pretty much the same thing.

Unfortunately, many women are brought up to think that oral sex is “not appropriate” or “unclean”. The thinking and attitudes of past generations are still clouding the views of the more liberated, younger ones.

Sure, to be fair, receiving oral sex is not for every woman. However, once many women come to realise that her lover can reach parts of her genitals or stimulate areas that a penis cannot, they often wonder why they have waited so long to experience such anexperience! 

A skilled lover who knows exactly where the erogenous zones are around a women’s vagina and clitoris areas can often bring his lady to a mind shattering climax—without even bringing his own organ into play!

A skilled lover can caress the women’s clitoris with his tongue; he can use his teeth to gently…. hmm, I think you get the drift, let’s stop there…. this is not an x-rated blog!

So, next time you have a special request or would like to try something new, don’t be shy… just ask me—and I’ll see what I can do to oblige :)



















Have you been cyber-bullied?



31 October 2015

Have you been cyber-bullied recently? I have been cyber-bullied for a fair while now, and now a few people who are friends with me on facebook have been bullied as well.. Which is unacceptable! Please read on if anyone has messaged you who shouldn't have...

Anyone who has been bullied knows what it's like.. It happens to children, teenagers, adults, in workplaces, and online. I'm not ashamed to admit that when I was in high school I was bullied.. In my case I wore glasses and was a bit of a nerd.. I'd be picked last in gym class and group activities, and always eating lunch by myself. It only lasted a year or two, but for some it can last much longer.

Just being different in the slightest way to other people can make someone a target. Though what did bullying do to me? It was very hurtful at the time.. But a few years on from then (so more than ten years ago now) I realised that the bullies are the ones who have issues.. They are the ones not normal.

That was years ago, and now I'm stronger than ever and no one can stand in my way.

I've taken direction in my life, and doing what I feel is the right thing for me to do, and enriching people's lives.

Though, unfortunately, not everyone likes that. While I have done a blog piece in the past about seeing an independent male escort or a male escort agency, I didn't think I'd end up having to write this blog about an escort agency.

And no, I'm not going to name any names on here, or to anyone who asks anything! - I'm completely confidential with everything, so Mrs Stalker-bully don't worry. The only people to be given your name will be the police, if anyone would like to get in touch with me and press charges against the bully. 

Okay, so in a nutshell, male escort agencies catering for women have started to pop up all over Australia's major cities in the last few years. Fair enough. They've seen the successes of some independent male escorts, and they want to captitalise on that. But at the expense of who?

Now, I am definitely not down-playing all male escort agencies here!! And not naming anyone. I'm the kind of person who doesn't want to cause trouble with anyone.. I don't like arguments.. And I certainly don't like innocent people being emotionally abused and blackmailed. Through facebook, text messages, and phone calls.....

Mrs Stalker-bully owns a (kind of unofficial?) male escort agency, and has wanted me to work for her for a long time.. She sent someone to pretend to love me, to lie, try to manipulate me, and promise me things. To shut me down and have me work for her.

Why would I do that? I'm an honest, independent person, who works for myself, for the good of other people.. Pray, tell me, why would one of Melbourne's kings decide to become a slave to someone who thinks she is a queen?

Now, she has resorted to messaging people on my facebook friends list who she expects are clients. I mean, come on. That's low. 

Not only bullying and threatening those who have been contacted, which is unacceptable.. But also recommending to them male escorts who work for her! How's that for smart business? (I'm being sarcastic by the way, it's very immature!) She is calling, text messaging, many many times, and telling stories about me that I even find hard to believe. Making disgusting rumours, and threatening people.

If you have had messages or phone calls, please ignore her, and contact me. Confidentially of course. It's disgusting what she is doing, and she needs to stop. 

And like I said above, if anyone wants to press charges with the police, let me know. Threatening someone is punishable by law.

I've taken the step just now of making my facebook friends list hidden to everyone. As I like to share posts on there that everyone can enjoy, but nobody should be bullied for being a friend on facebook. Nobody should be bullied at all! For anything. Stay strong :)



























Do you like it deep?


26 October 2015

Everyone likes things in different ways.

That’s one of the many things I’ve learned whilst I have been in this profession. And, of course, not every time needs to be the same; people like to be flexible, have choices, like some variation.

Sometimes when I meet people they like it deep and sensuous; yet, at other times, they want me to take it s-l-o-w… s-l-o-w and soft and gentle. No matter which way you choose, the end result is always the same: a very satisfied lady who really appreciate the feelings of pleasure they have just enjoyed! (in fact, many simply want more…)

Just in case you didn't know, I'm talking about massage.... What did you think I was talking about? ;)


I love to pay close attention to every part of your body, making you feel relaxed and wonderful, all over. You let me know whether you would like a deep massage, light massage, or anywhere inbetween.. Or just let me go with the flow.. I'll know what you want.

With my years of experience and training, I can confidently say that having a massage from me can be both stimulating and relaxing; it’s a specialisation that I pride myself on. At the end of the day, though, it really depends on you: whether you want it deep or not…

























Let me Escort you


8 October 2015

I guess it’s hard to say what women miss the most about having a regular partner.


Many people simply need other people in their lives. Whether it be for companionship, friendship, love and affection or just to have someone to be there for them when times are bad or hard, the primary reasons for two people being a couple vary.

There’s a great sense of “togetherness” when couples really get to know each other well. Become so familiar with each other that it’s almost more like having a brother or sister than a spouse! Perhaps the couple have grown up together from dating in their teens to getting married and having children—and have become a solid “unit”, quite inseparable, dependent upon each other. Naturally, as time goes on, the physical side of many relationships declines whilst, often, the mental, deeper, relationship flourishes. 

To many women in early middle age these are the “golden times” in relationships, as stability and security prevail. Perhaps the children have grown up and gone to University or left home to build their own lives. Perhaps the woman has gone back to work if she put a career on hold to have children; maybe the man has reached a point in his own career where he is senior enough to be letting his staff do most of the work… and spending more time with his wife.

Sounds good, right? Sounds like the sort of things dreams are made of. Happy wife and happy husband. A solid relationship, good partnership.


But what about all of those ladies who no longer have a partner? Whose marriage or partnership has broken up when, maybe, they are in their late 30s, 40s or even 50s. Possibly through no fault of their own. Maybe they and their former spouse or partners simply knew each other too long and drifted apart or grew away from each other. Or found that, in their late years they were no longer compatible.

Who do they turn to for love and affection; for companionship? Where do they look for someone to be there when they need. To listen and empathise; to understand and comfort?


I remember Peter Mitchell on Seven News reading a story quite a few months ago, I forgot when it was.. About the result of an Australian Bureau of Statistics survey into Happiness in the people of Melbourne.. And saying with a chuckle, that according to the averages in the survey, if men want to be happy then they should be married. And that if women want to be happy then they shouldn't be married. ;)


What about dating?

Sure there are plenty of dating sites out there offering far more accessibility via the internet and social media to other “singles” looking for a new life partner than there ever was. But this takes time as all relationships do; needs a lot of careful checking to make sure the new potential partner is, indeed, “Mr Right”. And, sometimes, even after bright beginnings, new relationships fade owing to all different factors.


One major problem that a lot of people find with dating - and I have personally heard many stories directly in relation to dating, especially internet dating - is that often two people may meet, and hit it off at first, but then find out that they are both looking for different things.. Sometimes the woman may be looking for a relationship, and the man just wants sex. Or the woman and the man may be both looking to just have sex, and then either of them feels they would like to develop what they have into a more permanent relationship.. Sometimes the man may want a relationship, and the woman doesn't. Some find they are contacted by a partner they were dating, when they've let them know that they no longer want contact. It can be a jungle out there! 

And saying that, I'm not against dating - each to their own! – though it really just isn't for everyone.


In short, it’s not always easy for a newly single lady to find a new man. On the other hand, she may not want to find a new long term partner.

In either case, enter Dr Leo. Let me escort you. For as short or as long or as short a time as you want, I can be there for you. Or not be there if you don’t want :) Think about it….























The Alchemist


13 September 2015

'The Alchemist' by Paulo Coelho, has been one of my favourite books since I was younger. 

With millions of copies sold, and translated into more than 80 languages, it is a really inspitrational book.

'The Alchemist' is about a boy's journey of self-discovery, his quest to find who he is, and what he is looking for. And learning the power of following your dreams.

This enriching and mind-broadening book has been recommended in the recently popular song 'Growing up' by Macklemore, Ryan Williams, & Ed Sheeran. 


While it contains many many inspirational passages, quotes, and themes, here is just one little piece taken from a part of the book:






“The alchemist picked up a book that someone in the caravan had brought. Leafing through the pages, he found a story about Narcissus.


The alchemist knew the legend of Narcissus, a youth who knelt daily beside a lake to contemplate his own beauty. He was so fascinated by himself that, one morning, he fell into the lake and drowned. At the spot where he fell, a flower was born, which was called the narcissus.


But this was not how the author of the book ended the story.


He said that when Narcissus died, the goddesses of the forest appeared and found the lake, which had been fresh water, transformed into a lake of salty tears.


'Why do you weep?' the goddesses asked.


'I weep for Narcissus," the lake replied.


'Ah, it is no surprise that you weep for Narcissus,' they said, 'for though we always pursued him in the forest, you alone could contemplate his beauty close at hand.'


'But... was Narcissus beautiful?' the lake asked.  


'Who better than you to know that?' the goddesses asked in wonder. 'After all, it was by your banks that he knelt each day to contemplate himself!'  


The lake was silent for some time. Finally, it said:    


'I weep for Narcissus, but I never noticed that Narcissus was beautiful. I weep because, each time he knelt beside my banks, I could see, in the depths of his eyes, my own beauty reflected.'  


'What a lovely story,' the alchemist thought.”



- Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist    






It is lovely, isn't it? I suggest that if you haven't read it, The Alchemist should quickly find it's way to the top  of your reading list :) 






               Did you know? 


The daffodil belongs to the genus of plants called Narcissus.

There are many different colours and varieties, all of them beautiful.
























Health and safety


20 August 2015

With my health and your health being important to me, I'm always as safe as can be when having sex. Safety is important.

That's why when I see you, you know you're in safe hands. Not just safe hands in general, but safe hands in terms of health. 

I have a full screening for sexually transmitted diseases every three to four months, for my peace of mind, and yours.

Just letting you know that I've had my last check-up last week, and the results are all clear as they always have been, and as I ensure they always will be. 

So you can relax, knowing that you're safe with me. :)  













5 great things to pick you up


12 August 2015

You know sometimes how we all get down, feel unhappy or moody sometimes? Don't worry, it happens to the best of us. We're all human!


Maybe it’s the same time of every month when our moods involuntary change—perhaps when our metabolisms and cycle of life are at the lowest ebb of the month. Or maybe it’s simply that a combination of factors, some of which we cannot control, all come together to create an unpleasant or unhappy experience which affects the way we view life and the people around us.

Whatever it is, I have come to learn to accept that no matter how much of an optimist you might be, no matter how positive you try to be about life and its foibles, its up and downs, there will still always be times when you feel a little low. Nothing unusual in that; but the trick is not to let all of these negative or advise things unduly bother you!  





Well, for me, one thing I love to do to relax my mind, and feel better, is to focus on nature. I observe, look at and listen to some of the wonders of nature; some of the things which we take for granted but are an integral part of any life-cycle. We are all a part of nature and the universe, and sometimes it really pays to pay attention to the wonders of it's majesty, and realise how we all fit in to it all.


Here are just 5 amazing things we can experience, pay attention to, and also use as healing, if you will, in times when we may feel down:  


  • •The beauty of an approaching series of heavy storm clouds, pregnant with rain; the way they form and their shape is constantly evolving, with the strong winds pushing them along the atmosphere; the hues of the clouds, the magnificent greys, charcoals, darkness, and "dirty” white colours—plus the usual sense of calmness as the wind drops before it rains, and most animals become scarce.      


  • •Bird song in the early morning as the dawn chorus welcomes the first light of the new day; first one lone “singer”, then a respondee; gradually others join in until finally we have a crescendo of twittering, warbling and other sounds as our feathered friends wake up and start their new day.    


  • •The smell of freshly cut grass whether it be from your own garden (and with you doing the cutting!) or in a public park; the richness, the beauty of the aroma almost defies description—yet it is a smell common to all country-dwellers and city dwellers, bringing a reminder of pleasant times and helping induce a feeling of relaxation and calmness.  


  • •Watching a beautifully coloured butterfly, or bee, as it meanders from flower to flower, plant to plant; admiring not only its freedom and, apparent random, irregular movements, but in most cases it’s amazing, translucent colours and hues.  


  • •The largest living organism on our planet! How many times have you stopped and really looked at trees? Admired their strength, their resilience? Maybe thought how they offer shelter to other plants and a home and food source through berries, fruits etc to many animals (such as ants, birds, bats, snakes, lizards and so on); so many different types and varieties, so many different shapes and colours—it’s hard to begin to imagine what they have seen and heard over the centuries.  




So, I’m sure you will have your own top 5 or so things which can bring you around when you have been feeling low, but I’m equally sure most times the majority of people overlook or take for granted the simple wonders of the nature of our world!






 Make hay while the sun shines :)





















Be what you want to be


27 July 2015

As far I can recall, it’s always been the same.

Whilst we are all different, quite unique individuals we all seem to have a need to basically conform; to be like all of the other people. In some ways what I’d call semi-homogenous.

Almost everyone goes through their lives following well-established norms, conventions, rules and regulations and laws; living their lives within their own routines, plans and foibles. In the past, not too many people would step dramatically “out of line”, out of the established ways, owing to peer pressure from others, from their families and from society at large.  

One key problem being that, sadly, throughout the history of mankind, people who are different or who don’t conform to society’s vision of the “ideal” person, or minorities of any type, form or shape have always, unfortunately, been persecuted, marginalised or ostracised.

Humans, in general, have been extremely adept at excluding or belittling other humans simply on the basis of skin colour, language or creed. So much so that I often ask myself the questions: “Why is this? Are we not all humans from the same place of birth (our mothers), and with the same biology?”

I wonder if it is the fear of the so-called unknown or of people not being prepared to try to understand something or someone “different”, with radically different tastes or interests or even simply dress sense. Or is it the result of blindly following dogma that was promulgated centuries ago…, well… to be honest, I‘m not really sure.  

Happily, though, as societies become increasingly liberal and more open-minded there will be, and is, less discrimination and less need to conform—plus, hopefully, more opportunities for free expression. As communities become more diverse and cosmopolitan, there will be an improvement in the outlook of those more narrow minded people who continue to want “the masses” to be enslaved by conformity of expression. 

Sure, for the sake of peace and harmony, everyone should continue to follow societies’ rules and laws to ensure equitable treatment for all, but just because someone dresses differently or has preferences when it comes to physical partners, it should not mean that they become the victims of overt or covert discrimination either at work, play or at home.

My view is that everyone should be what they want to be; within reason, and if they are not affecting anyone else: do what they want to do.

After all, if truth be told, we have no higher authority than ourselves!





















What would you change?


15 July 2015

For most people, life is a series of adventures—or, in some cases, misadventures!

We all know that we can’t change anything that’s happened in the past but I often find some people tend to dwell on their life’s journey, wishing that they could have done this differently, or changed the way they did that, or maybe even had listened to people who were giving them, at a particular time, what turned out to be good advice (but which they ignored), and so on. 

Maybe the tendency to look back is also more pronounced as we get older, a sort of age thing, I don’t know—but certainly when we are in our teens and early/late twenties we are more carefree, less worried about the impact of, sometimes, impulsive decisions we make—and definitely less concerned about the future.

Put it down to inexperience or naivety if you wish but, on reflection, many of the decisions you made when you were in the age range I mention above usually have a serious, material impact on the rest of our lives—and yet often they were taken relatively lightly. 

Matters such as your education, your chosen career, maybe how you handled money, or even which place you decided to go and live once you’d left home. 

Then, of course there is the “big one”, the big decision which will affect your life probably forever; the one I was saving to last: matters of the heart!

Who we choose to love and be with; who we choose to date and maybe marry; who we choose to have children with.

Decisions almost certainly made from an emotional perspective, with the heart ruling the more logical brain. Emotions sweeping over you and taking you into the arms of the one you loved…, yet, with neither of you with no real thought about the practicalities of the situation, no clear, definite plan for the future together. Love, as they say, is/was blind!

So, fast forward 10-15 years and time to sit down, pause and reflect on your life. Did you make good decisions concerning your romance, your love life, your affairs of the heart? Were they well thought through, well rationalised decisions or, as I imply above, emotional, perhaps impulsive decisions which didn’t quite bring you to the place you wanted to be?

In any event, don’t worry, for almost all those people who dated and married young, most of the decisions they made came from their hearts—some good, some bad; some people saying they were the best decisions they ever made and others regretting them as the dream of a beautiful life faded quickly as reality kicked in. 

Still, everyone has their own story so why not take five minutes and ask yourself: if you had your time over again, what would you change?

And while we can't go back in time, you can use the thoughts of what you could have changed, maybe even jot them down, to help shape where you're at now. To make a better today, and tomorrow. :)
























Go on, pamper yourself now and then!


26 June 2015

Many of you know me and the way I think.

Amongst other things, I strongly believe in equality for all and that you should never pre-judge anyone you meet. First impressions, of course, count for a lot but, until you really know someone’s story and/or background, or what they might have been through to get to reach this point in their lives, then it’s always best, in my opinion, to be open minded, impartial and non-judgemental.

Some of the people I meet have had tough lives, fraught with difficult times, challenges and strokes of bad luck. Others maybe have had relatively good lives until one day something quite dramatic happened and their cosy, comfortable world turned almost literally upside down. Others have had nothing go wrong in their lives, and would just like some discreet company, intimacy, a massage, and/or mind-blowing sex. 

No matter what type of life you have had, I always feel it’s best to try and make the most of the relatively short time we have on this planet. Time seems to drag by sometimes for many of us, but suddenly ten years or more have passed and we are no longer students or teenagers and are pitched into the real world of getting by, of managing day to day.

From being young and having plenty of time on our hands to becoming adults and, seemingly, forever chasing our shadows: racing to the office, running around the supermarket; dashing around after the children. It’s easy to get tired out and become jaded, it’s easy to overlook that we all need some private time; a time for relaxation and rejuvenation.

I always think females give more than most, especially when they have a young family, although older families (ie teenage children) can be equally as demanding sometimes; many women end up having to give their all for others and there are constant demands on their time from husbands, partners, children, work to be done (both at home and maybe in the office).

So, given my points about life being short and the need to take some time out, I always urge my clients to plan ahead; mark out some time once or twice per week as “your time”. Write this into your diary if you keep one, or enter it into your Outlook calendar if you use your laptop a lot; or just simply jot it down on a notepad which you keep handy, and keep this period free and clear.

Such periods might be simply some retail therapy or a nail manicure; a workout at the gym, an hour with a good book—or you might just as well write: “1-2 hour special massage with Leo”.

Whatever you choose, the underlying point is that you need time for you; a time to chill and pamper yourself—we all do! So what are you waiting for… go and make your plan!




























Do you want to be a star? You probably are…


13 June 2015

Almost all of us, at some time or another, have dreamed of being a star.

Maybe more so when we were young, had a naïve view of the world, and had not yet determined what to do with our lives. 

We would see or hear about sports personalities, or famous singers, or actors or actresses who all seemed to live charmed lives. They seemed to have everything—fame, money and all of the trappings of a seriously successful life—and, naturally, many of us aspired to be just like them. 

If you think back, more than likely, at some point in your life you thought: Wouldn’t it be wonderful if I could just trade places  with [name] for a day or so, to see how it really feels to be a star and how they live?   

Then, as we matured, other things caught our attention and, perhaps, we began to focus on a career or a family. We also learned that being a very public star in the media or cinema or the sports world is not for everyone—and can, in fact, be overly challenging and often highly stressful, especially if you have to live every moment of your life in the glare of fame. After all, no matter, even famous people are people (profound but true)!

Yet, the point that many of us overlook is that even in the relatively ordinary day to day lives that most of us live, we can be stars.We can be famous and well appreciated by those that we know. We can be stars to our family, our children or close friends or colleagues.

After all, think about all of the joy and happiness you have brought to your parents as you were growing up; learning to speak, read, doing well at school, possibly even performing in a school play or two, or maybe playing a musical instrument. You are almost certainly a star to them.

Then think about your children, the way you’ve helped them learn and understand about life; encouraged them to study, play sports, interact with people. You are a star to them too.

What about your partner or close friends or work colleagues? How many times have you helped them, been there for them; maybe assisting them through their bad times, sharing and enjoying the good times? If you ask one or some of them, and I’m sure you probably won’t, it may well be that many of them recognise your star qualities.

So, and I’m sure you will agree, it’s not necessary to be famous or rich; outrageous or extrovert to be a star. Carry on with what you have been doing, be helpful, respectful and show compassion to people—and you can be as big a star as anyone else on this planet!     




“When it is dark enough, you can see the stars.”

- Ralph Waldo Emerson
















What if you don’t find “Mr Right”?


18 May 2015

It struck me the other day as I was just travelling around that the stereotypical view (certainly held by many men) is that all most women think about from a very early age is finding a man of their dreams, getting married and having children.

Of course, the timing of this sequence of events is forever uncertain and, naturally, as girls progress through young adulthood into being women there are those who don’t wish to follow this route. In some cases these ladies put their careers first; in some cases these ladies want more out of life than settling down in their early to mid-twenties into day-to-day, routine living, maybe start a family.

Yet, there are also other women who, despite their wishes to the contrary can’t actually find “Mr Right”. Not through any fault of their own, mind you.

This might be for a variety of reasons, some of which include relatively simple matters such as that their standards of what they expect in a man and a relationship are different from what they can see a certain man might offer; or that some men are, believe it or not, put off by the fact that the lady in question is better educated, more confident of herself, or more worldly than him.

Then there are those ladies who make a conscious decision to live their lives as they wish and not be beholden to a man to support them; or they don’t need a man to be around every day, every week.

Having a number of close male friends to go out and about with, or even finding the occasional lover, suits their own lifestyle well. And why not, especially as there are, on the other side of the coin, many men who choose to live this sort of lifestyle.

After all, we are living in the far more liberated 21st century where the general outlook and demeanour of most people to the “progressive society” we all live in is far more tolerant and understanding than even 20 years ago. 

You don't need to look for your "Mr Right." If and when he comes along, go for it! Though don't feel that you need a man to "complete" you - You are a unique, individual, and amazing person just as you are. When the time is right, you'll know when it is. And what will be will be :)

If you are someone who is looking for their "Mr Right," just relax and be patient in your search. Enjoy life as it is now.. Until then, enjoy each day, enjoy being single, enjoy being you! 

















Everyone is on their own journey


14 May 2015

I’ve always tried to follow the maxim: “don’t judge a book by the cover.”

In other words, don’t judge people by their appearance or your first visual impression of them.

As you can imagine, I come across all sorts of people in my daily life; some acquaintances, some friends but, mainly, clients. Of course, it’s not for me to ask details of my clients’ personal circumstances or why they choose to use my services although, more often than not, once they get to know me, many of my clients confide in me.

I get to hear about their joys and triumphs; their hopes and wishes; their sadness and despair; their good times and bad times.  It’s a job in which I always follow a very strict code of confidentiality, with all my clients, as some of the things I hear or am told are really quite… well, they’d make even my liberal auntie blush!

I am no longer surprised by what I do hear or see. I am no longer shocked at some of the misfortunes I am told about. Fortunately, I have never been judgemental.

I believe that everyone is on their own journey through this adventure we call life and that, whilst sometimes the bad time or misadventures I hear about are of the person’s own making, many times it seems as if it has been pre-ordained; almost as if the bad luck or challenging situation has been sent to test that person.

In my view, respect and tolerance is due to all people as, unless you are actually them, you do not really know what they have been through, what they are currently going through. It takes a strong mind to deal with life’s daily pressures and the multi-faceted problems which arrive to be dealt with - and unfortunately, some people, many of us in fact, simply don’t have the capacity to handle all of the crises they are faced with.

I do my best to help, and I believe my clients know that, but, as I have said in earlier blogs, I am not (yet) a qualified counsellor or medical practitioner.

Still, it does give me immense joy to see how many of my clients do recover some of their self confidence or self esteem after being with me for a few times. I know I make a positive difference to their lives, and this is reward enough for me! 


“It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end.” 

- Ernest Hemingway


















Just a reminder, that I am Very Discreet


4 May 2015

Being a professional male escort of more than 6+ years, my service is very discreet. Confidentiality is very important, and of course I understand that. You can rest assured knowing that anything you tell me about yourself, or the very fact that I have visited you, is kept totally private, and what we share is our little secret :)

I am a very honest and trustworthy person, and many clients have shared very personal things with me... which no one in the world will ever know. You can trust me to give you a wonderful time, with absolute discretion.

Being very discreet, I expect the same from you. Privacy is very important, and for the sake of my clients, as well as myself, I need to keep my identity a secret.

My name is Leo, I have created that name more than six years ago, and that is my name as your male escort, and always will be. :)

However, my other name remains a mystery - I may be Jack, John, George, Bob, or Ethan.

My family don't know that I am an escort, neither do all except a few of my most closest and trusted friends, or the people in my local community. How do I manage that? Don't worry, I have it covered :)

I am a very private person, as I am a professional in this industry, and privacy is important.

When someone sees me in the street, or in the supermarket, they know me by my other name, and wouldn't have a clue that I'm Leo, and that's how I like it, and how it must be.

If you are lucky enough to know more about who I am, I am eternally grateful to you for keeping my identity secret...

Let me be your Secret Lover.... :)




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Staying safe


28 April 2015

For anyone who hasn't been reading my blog, I do look after my health, and take safety very seriously. Safe sex is a must, as health is important. My health is important, and the health of everyone I see. :)

I also have a full STI screening every three to four months, for your peace of mind, as well as mine.

The results of my recent test in the last few days are all clear. As they always should and will be.

Do you take your health seriously? I hope so. And you can rely on me to share with you a wonderful time, while both of us are kept safe :)

















Do you have pets?


22 April 2015

As I have said in previous blogs, and as we all know, most people thrive on friendship, companionship… and love. We need it. We need affection. Otherwise the world loses a bit of it's brightness. We all need the touch of someone else, at least from time to time. :)

For a multitude of reasons, and often through no fault of their own, some people are lacking this affection in their lives, or at least for a part of it. Though one thing that can make us less dependent upon other people, is having pets!


As we all know, most pets are dependent upon us for their keep, their food and general well being—and in return most offer non-judgemental and unconditional affection; they’re usually happy to see you and relatively undemanding.


That's not at all to say that pets are mainly kept by people who don't have regular affection from other people... NOT AT ALL!!! Pets are for everyone!!! :) Families, single people, children... Let's all enjoy the companionship of our pets :)


Well, I should say pets are for everyone who likes having one. Not everyone likes pets... Some people are allergic to some animals... Some people just don't like having a cat or dog around the house... Some people don't like cleaning fish-bowls, or feeding felines... I must admit that even I am not too fond of the smell of mouse-pee... It just doesn't do it for me. ;) But most pets, and for most people, can be the perfect companion to have around the home :)


You’d be surprised at how knowing, let’s say the perennial favourite pets, dogs and cats, are; how perceptive they can be about your moods and circumstances. How they know that you are having a good or bad time.


The joys of having a dog include them always being welcoming and being there for you when you get home; usually, rarely changing their demeanour or character and, of course, being a great walking companion when you feel the need to get out and about to blow your cares away! 

Cats, despite their renowned aloofness, can also be affectionate and welcoming and can provide that therapeutic “boost” when you perhaps feel at your lowest and just need someone to share your general angst with.


Of course, in these modern times, pets are not limited to cats and dogs and many households even have pets such as hamsters or gerbils; an aquarium of fish; a pen of rabbits, or even something more exotic such as a snake or a lizard—all of which can be a great help in taking away the stresses and strains of the day and taking your mind off, perhaps, relationship, personal, and family issues which you may have been experiencing.

Outside of the home, horses are great companions, intelligent and fun to be with; plus, of course, you can ride them around as an enjoyable form of relaxation.


So, whilst clearly, animals can never totally replicate the companionship and love that humans can share with each other, in bad or stressful times, be sure that your pet will be there for you—even if in some cases if it may  appear to be a one-way commitment from you to them. Animal/pet therapy is also well known as a great lift for those who may otherwise be tired, for the time being anyway, of other humans and all the problems and issues they bring!


Do you have pets? I do. I love animals. Having pets, for those who like and/or adore animals, can make the home more of a home :)




“A dog has no use for fancy cars, big homes, or designer clothes. A water logged stick will do just fine. A dog doesn't care if you're rich or poor, clever or dull, smart or dumb. Give him your heart and he'll give you his. How many people can you say that about? How many people can make you feel rare and pure and special? How many people can make you feel extraordinary?” 

- Quote from John Grogan's book, Marley & Me






My dear friend Regina, with her adorable dog, Burma. Namaste! :)


















Don’t worry: your concerns are unfounded


21 April 2015

Are you apprehensive about picking up the telephone and calling me or sending me an email? Don’t worry!

Maybe nervous about our first meeting? There’s no need to be.

Concerned about what I might think, say or be like when we meet? Rest assured that I have heard and seen it all before—and in any event I am non-judgemental, open minded and, according to my clients, a nice understanding person!

Shy, perhaps, in the bedroom? Nothing to be worried about at all in that direction.

Let me say from the outset that I can understand all of your concerns in calling up and arranging to meet a “stranger” to be your man for the day or night. It’s not something that many women find particularly easy to do the first time. But let me set your mind at ease, and give you some great, initial advice: relax! 

Think of our meeting as our first date. Just remember how it used to be, when you probably had “butterflies” in your stomach before meeting your former boyfriend, fiancé or lover in the past. The excitement that you felt. The feelings of anticipation.

Meeting me will be fundamentally no different—except that I am here to please you, to make you happy—you and only you. As I said, I am non-judgemental and have a special way of making you feel good about yourself; of making you forget your worries and cares, have a wonderful time, and to feel much better for having done so. :)

Maybe that’s why so many of my clients keep coming back again and again. And I don’t necessarily mean the physical enjoyment I can offer - as well as the physical intimacy, many times my clients simply wish to have a good chat, maybe a candle-lit dinner, a show or movie, and a wonderful evening. Someone to cuddle at night, and someone to wake up with. 

Whether you choose a platonic, friendship type of arrangement or something more spicy, I am yours to command; yours to do what I know will make you happy on that particular occasion we are together. 

As for being intimate, you don't have to be shy in the bedroom. I know there may be some nerves, some trepidation at first, but I will make you feel comfortable, make you feel at ease—and then let’s take it from there! 

A nice sensual non-sexual massage to start with, perhaps… then, as things warm up (and if that’s what you want), we can move on to something more active, something that involves giving you a great pleasurable experience—one which I sincerely hope you won’t forget in a hurry!

So, put all of your apprehension to one side and press the touch pad of the telephone and call me—or drop me an email. You won’t be disappointed! 















2 April 2015

It's totally okay to be shy :)

Isn’t everyone naturally shy sometimes?

Well, yes and no.

Before we consider the above question further, one other thing to be considered is: what actually causes shyness? Does it relate to a lack of confidence in one’s own abilities? Or maybe it’s just the way that certain people like to present themselves—for example, some people hesitate to give too much information, and this can be interpreted by others as being shy.  Yet again, it could be that in certain circumstances it’s best to say nothing, or at least very little, until the situation in question is clearer; after all, you can’t take back your words. 

On the other hand, even the most confident, outgoing, forward people have their moments when their confidence dries up, or they are stuck for words; or maybe even feel slightly embarrassed by the situation they find themselves in. Maybe it’s because it’s a new situation for them too, something they’ve not experienced before.

Some people find they are naturally shy, and that's okay. You can still be shy and confident :) Others find shyness rarely occurs.. Neither is a better type of personality trait, and we should never compare ourselves to others. You are who you are - so be who you are!

Whichever type of person you are with regard to being shy or being forward, it’s important to remember that you know yourself best. It’s also important to set aside any worries you may have about what others may think about you; about what you’ve done in the past or plan to do in the future; about how you lead your life and so on.

No-one, but no-one, knows what it's like to have had your life experiences (good or bad); no-one knows what it’s like to live the life that you have lived so far. 

So, whilst it may not be in your character to be an outgoing extrovert, type of person, you don't need to go completely the opposite and be shy and withdrawn; find a nice balance. Be confident in the abilities that you have; be confident in the way you present yourself, and always remember that, deep down, we are all the same. We all need to have food, shelter, clothing etc plus, of course, enough money to get by. We all long for love and signs of affection from those we call family and loved ones.

With meeting people as often as I do, I have seen many people who need to overcome hurdles and challenges regularly in their daily lives, often as a result of some misfortune they have suffered—and I always encourage them not to be shy in coming forward. Whether this is to do with problems associated with everyday living, talking about things, or even, perhaps, the first time meeting with me. 

In any event, don’t forget, shyness is not a fault; simply put on a brave face, grit your teeth, smile… let the world see you at your best, and go for it! And see how much better you’ll feel about yourself!













The power of music


25 March 2015

Who doesn’t love a good song? Who hasn’t found themselves singing along to a tune from the past or the present at some time or the other?

Almost all of us can relate some song or piece of music to an event or other occurrence in our lives. Certain memories stay with us or reoccur from time to time, and these are often accompanied by memories of a favourite tune.

It actually can work both ways. If you think back over some significant events in your life such as maybe passing your exams or your driving test, falling in love for the first time, maybe even getting engaged, I’m pretty sure you can recall some song or piece of music which was popular at that time or has some special meaning.

Conversely, often when people hear a certain song or tune, it brings back memories of what they were doing at the time or immediate recollections as to why the music has so much significance.

Music can be comforting, therapeutic, relaxing, sensual. Uplifting. It can sooth frayed nerves and make you forget some of your worries. It can help you recall the good times and help you through the bad times. Getting up and dancing around, even in the privacy of your own home, to a song that maybe brings back memories of times gone by is definitely helpful to your frame of mind. I even admit to sometimes getting out of my car, while stopping to get coffee along my travels, and dancing around to Pharrell Williams's song "Happy". Why not? :)

Or simply sitting around with a good book and having one of the classics from a century or so ago playing soothingly in the background can help leave your cares behind for a while.

In fact, maybe one of the key joys of internet websites such as YouTube is that you can search and find any songs that might be on your mind—and usually accompanied by a video, which can make it so much more fun, inspiring, relaxing, and/or meaningful. It’s wonderful to look back at artists you also may have forgotten, and see the fashions from 10, 20 or even 30 years ago—most of the time such memories bringing a broad smile to your face.

For those people lucky enough to be able to play music, whether this be the piano, a saxophone, a guitar or even a xylophone, again the process of playing a tune, of concentrating on what you are playing, of enjoying the sounds which originate, can take you away to a special place, somewhere from where your worries have been banished and the pleasures of creativity can wash over you.

So, next time you are feeling down, reach for your music selection or your instrument and enjoy yourself for however long it takes to lift your spirits, to get you feeling good about yourself, get your emotions soaring, and face the world with a brighter face!

Music can do this like nothing else, so what are you waiting for… go for it!
















The perks of being a wallflower


16 March 2015

Life can be confusing sometimes, in all different ways. We can go through bad times, and things that we'll never really understand. Why do these things happen? How do we fit in to the whole picture? 

It's important to have faith, that the universe is unfolding as it should. You're here now. We're here now. Let's enjoy that.

We may not have been able to choose where we came from, but we can choose where we are going.

It's important to be able to live in the moment, in the moments, as much as we can.

I love the following quote, from one of my favourite movies, "The perks of being a wallflower":



“I don’t know if I will have the time to write any more letters, because I might be too busy trying to participate. So, if this does end up being the last letter, I just want you to know that I was in a bad place before I started high school, and you helped me. Even if you didn’t know what I was talking about, or know someone who’s gone through it, you made me not feel alone. Because I know there are people who say all these things don’t happen. And there are people who forget what it’s like to be sixteen when they turn seventeen. I know these will all be stories some day, and our pictures will become old photographs. We all become somebody’s mom or dad. But right now, these moments are not stories. This is happening. I am here, and I am looking at her. And she is so beautiful. I can see it. This one moment when you know you’re not a sad story. You are alive. And you stand up and see the lights on the buildings and everything that makes you wonder. And you’re listening to that song, and that drive with the people who you love most in this world. And in this moment, I swear, we are infinite.” 
























Flowing water


26 February 2015

Doesn't it feel nice to sometimes be able to sit by a stream or river.. A waterfall or fountain.. And listen to the water flowing.

To hear, and feel, and relax, with nature. :)

The water flowing in a river, can represent our flowing, or transitioning, through different periods of our life. Forever changing, and forever flowing.

It can also represent time, and being fully present in each and every moment, as Herman Hesse quotes in the wonderful book 'Siddhartha':

"....The river is everywhere at once, at the source and at the mouth, at the waterfall, at the ferry, at the rapids, in the sea, in the mountains, everywhere at once, and that there is only the present time for it, not the shadow of the past, nor the shadow of the future..."

Flowing water can be relaxing and soothing.. The water of a stream, or garden fountain, bringing a feeling of tranquility, calmness.

Flowing water can be fun.. Swimming or paddling at the beach, feeling the water all around you, moving, splashing, jumping.

Flowing water can be seductive.. You and your lover in the shower, the water flowing down your naked body, cleansing, caressing, invigorating.

We are all on a path that winds like a river, with the water bringing all kinds of things our way. Even though it sometimes brings turbulence, the river of life can bring abundance, joy, and good times.

Feel the flow of life all around you, and enjoy it.. Like the flowing water.














Becoming your own person


15 February 2015

Are you really you?

Or are you someone that has been shaped and moulded by the nature of your past relationships? Are you someone that is no longer the same character or personality that you were some years back?

I see so many clients who started out on relationships either when in the bloom of youth, let’s say 18-25, or later in life after, perhaps, their first relationships failed for whatever reason - and who have become what they feel are shadows of their true selves.

Whether this is a result of a domineering boyfriend or husband or just the general challenges of everyday life with a partner, and often children in tow, I’m not sure. 

Sometimes the lady is question has almost “given up” and I tend to see that many women, after the euphoria of the early days of any relationship have gone (and they can sometimes pass quickly, believe it or not…), become withdrawn, uncertain of themselves—almost subservient to the family.

It’s then doubly harder when the relationship ends for the ladies in question to recover their spark, their love of life, their joie-de-vivre or whatever it is that they had in their younger carefree years.

Of course, we all age and no-one is quite the same as they were in their late teens or early twenties, but my point is that in order to be true to yourself, it’s worth taking a few moments to stop, step back and consider: Am I really being true to myself? What do I really want from life? And, importantly, how am I going to achieve it?

Asking yourself at least a couple of the above questions—and, of course, trying to find some answers—is a great help in taking the first few steps in trying to recover emotionally. 

A lot of people have been damaged by their relationships, or other life experiences, and I always encourage them to accept that time is a great healer. Recovery won’t happen overnight and there always things you can do to feel better.

Talk to others in similar situations, maybe people who have similar experiences; try attending some self-help groups; and, maybe a very good option, make an appointment to meet up and talk with me.

I am here to provide whatever support you need; both emotionally and physically. Over the years I have helped put the sparkle back into the eyes of many women, some of whom have become my good friends. 

I’ve always found that the characteristics of many relationships and the reasons for the failure thereof are similar, as are the remedies. :)

Remedies such as some good old fashioned care and attention; some good old fashioned hugs, caresses and love… 

Now, don’t you agree that you may need this sort of attention and treatment to find out how to be YOU again?

Or maybe you haven't experienced any relationship breakups, or hard times, and are in a happy place in your life, and are feeling very much 'you' already, and how you would like to be... But just feel that you could do with a little bit extra affection and intimacy from time to time?

Whether you could do with a little more affection, companionship, massage, mind-blowing sex, or anything in between, I'm here for you.

Put yourself first! Let me please YOU :)












It’s all about you


4 February 2015

Have you ever stopped to wonder why some people continually buy expensive jewellery, designer handbags, shoes or, maybe, sunglasses?

A second but slightly different question is: have you ever wondered why some people who are certainly not rich also buy expensive designer wear or items which the “ordinary” person may choose not to purchase owing to the relatively high price?

At the end of the day, life is there for the living. Yet you can’t deny that life is kinder to some than others, in terms of things such as financial abilities, business sense, good fortune, good looks, even the way you appear to others.

So when I say that just because people buy expensive designer goods you shouldn’t automatically assume that they are rich—it simply means that they place a value on the way they feel and look. They take pride in their appearance and the way other people see them.

Each to their own, of course, and some people can be happy and confident without pricey accessories. 

A lot of people just love jewellery, and like the good feeling that it brings to wear it. That's great! Feeling good is important, and if jewellery helps in any way, then go for it!

Some people like designer products, and like to pay a bit extra for good quality. As William Foster says “Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives.”  :)

Or, some people may be at a stage of their life, where it’s all about a journey of discovery and about regaining their sense of self worth, about gaining their sense of self respect or self confidence. Finding the best way to get over life’s seemingly never ending challenges and looking to the future.

They may use accessories as “props” to help them get over the bad times, whereas some people need the more human based interactions with someone like me or their therapist. Someone who is there in a non-judgemental way to encourage and cajole; to empathise and suggest; to give that reassurance and hope that everything will be better in the future.

In my case this can be physical or non-physical. A lover or a friend. Someone to hold and caress you and make you feel good both emotionally and physically; or simply someone to give you a great massage and help let the cares of your day or week gradually melt away. The third option I can offer is just to talk about it—and you’ll be surprised what a good chat with a good listener will do for you. Let it all out into the open as it were—without any worries about confidentiality getting in the way.

As the title of this blog suggests: it’s all about you. So, if you need gold or silver or a Chanel or Prada bag, go for it. 

If you need a lover or good friend, I’m here!

















Try my unforgettable massage


31 January 2015

Everyone needs some loving touch.... sometime or another.

Surprisingly, though, many people go through periods of their life without feeling the touch or caress of another human being. Modern day to day living has reduced the time we spend in direct contact with other people and, as a result, there generally seems to be less hugging, less embracing or less non-sexual intimacy in relationships than there used to be.

In some cases, maybe the previous intimacy has gone from a relationship and a partner’s touch is now relatively cold; or sometimes, for whatever reason, there is no partner to feel the warmth of a another person under the bed sheets at night; no-one to provide that tender touch or loving caress when you most need it.

So, if you are pining for someone to provide a little bit of human contact, a little piece of human interaction, to possibly give you a good massage, simply think of me. Many of my clients say my massage is the best they have ever had, and keep coming back time and time again for another one—perhaps, not surprising really, as after all, don’t forget, I really do know what women like!

I am well experienced, having a diploma of remedial massage, and having been providing massages for a number of years. I have strong hands and fingers, yet a soft caressing, almost hypnotic, touch. I know exactly where you like to be touched, all over, and can offer both non-erotic and erotic based massage services.

Wouldn’t it be nice to lie back, relax in familiar, comfortable surroundings, and let me work on your legs and feet; work softly, gently on your arms and hands and fingers; knead your back and buttocks—finding all the right spots for a soothing yet body invigorating massage!

Then give some attention to your neck and lower areas of your head—followed by a quick turn over to start again on the front areas of your limbs. Oh…, and once this has been done I can start on other areas…, well, maybe I’ll leave the rest to your imagination.

You can rest assured, though, that I will only massage those body areas you are comfortable with and in the way that you request. My years of experience with knowing what my clients do and don’t like has taught me well.

So, when you feel like you may be hankering for a little bit of human touch, give me a call and I’ll see what I can do to oblige…













You're in safe hands...


29 January 2015

In the last week, I've had my regular full std screening, and the results are all clear... As expected and as always has been.

I have a check-up done every three to four months, and make sure to stay safe.

Health is important, and safe sex is important. I make sure that I am always as healthy as can be, and my clients are always as healthy as can be. 

If you decide to see me, you can know that you are making the right decision. You're in safe hands :)












25 January 2015

"Desiderata" is one of my favourite poems, and is a wonderful poem to live by. Wrote by Max Ehrmann in 1927, it became popular as a song, when sang by Les Crane in 1971. If you haven't already heard it, it is on my Favourite Music Page, here.

"Desiderata" translates from Latin as "that most wanted or to be desired." 

It's just beautiful. :)

Here are the words to it:




"Desiderata. Desiderata. Desiderata.


Go placidly amid the noise and haste,

and remember what peace there may be in silence.

As far as possible without surrender,

Be on good terms with all persons.

Speak your truth quietly and clearly, and listen to others -

Even the dull and ignorant, they too have their story.

Avoid loud and aggressive persons - they are vexations to the spirit.

If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain and bitter,

For always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself.


You are a child of the universe.

No less than the trees and the stars, you have a right to be here.

And whether or not it is clear to you,

No doubt the universe is unfolding as it should.


Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans.

Keep interested in your own career -

However humble, it is a real possession in the changing fortunes of time.

Exercise caution in your business affairs,

for the world is full of trickery.

But let this not blind you to what virtue there is.

Many persons strive for high ideals,

and everywhere life is full of heroism.

Be yourself.

Especially do not feign affection. Neither be cynical about love.

For in the face of all aridity and disenchantment,

It is as perenial as the grass.

Take kindly the council of the years,

Gracefully surrendering the things of youth.

Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune,

But do not distress yourself with imaginings -

Many fears are borne of fatigue and loneliness.

Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself.


You are a child of the universe.

No less than the trees and the stars, you have a right to be here.

And whether or not it is clear to you,

No doubt the universe is unfolding as it should.


Therefore, be at peace with God, whatever you conceive him to be.

And whatever your labors and aspirations,

in the noisy confusion of life,

Keep peace with your soul.

With all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreams,

it is still a beautiful world.

Be careful. Strive to be happy. 


You are a child of the universe.

No less than the trees and the stars, you have a right to be here.

And whether or not it is clear to you,

No doubt the universe is unfolding as it should."  


















Dominance and submission  


18 January 2015

Would you like to be dominated? To have someone control you, while also caring for you and making you feel wonderful! Asserting power, and knowing exactly what to do to make you feel the best you possibly can. Think Christian Grey, from E L James's 'Fifty shades of grey' trilogy. Or Gideon C ross,  From Sylvia Day's 'Crossfire' series  (You've gotta love Gideon and Eva's love for each other :) ). 

I love to please, and I love to get to know you, and as soon as our bodies touch, I know exactly what you need.


From my extensive experience and findings with researching relationships, I have often found that most people appear to prefer the “Vanilla” approach to love making. I say “appear” as, sometimes in relationships one partner does not want to tell the other his or her secret preferences or fantasies. Alternatively, sometimes after two people have been in a relationship for a number of years the physical side of the relationship can become mundane; become routine, with the act of love making relegated to being almost a regular “chore”.

Some couples do make attempts to keep their physical relationship fresh and “spicy” but, unfortunately more often than not it’s hard to re-invigorate this part of a partnership when the initial spark has gone... Though of course it can be done. :) 

Given the individualistic nature of people, and couples, it’s difficult to not over-generalise. However, many of the women who use my services like a dominant man in the bedroom. They like a man to take the lead, lead the way, and to initiate the love-making; they like a man to make them comfortable and feel that they are the only one; like a man who is gentle, yet strong… someone who knows his way around the female anatomy and knows how to make them feel wonderful in just the right ways.

I think I may be just the man that you're looking for...


But what about the lady who likes something different? The lady who, maybe likes to lead and dominate proceedings? Who likes to instruct, cajole, or advise her partner, what to do, and when to do it? Maybe likes to be “on top” as it were?

For any lady who prefers something along these lines, I can also do.

Then there is the lady who has a secret fetish or fantasy but has never had the opportunity, or maybe not had the courage, to try things that she’s always been interested in doing with her former partners or lovers. 

Don’t be worried, concerned or inhibited. I am here to please. :)


I am non judgemental and open minded—and, as you can imagine, I have been asked or have seen most things—so nothing really fazes or shocks me anymore! Not that it should, of course, as we are all human, with our own likes and dislikes, preferences and choices…

So, whatever, your needs and requirements, I am here to be of service. :)

Most women who see me like to be equal in the bedroom. Have me show the way, but let things flow naturally between us.  

And I love to do this, and be just what you're looking for. Born under the star sign Libra, I am all about Balance and Harmony :) 

However, you may have a more submissive side... Whether in general, or if you'd just like to try it... And if that sounds like you, then I am here to be your Alpha male. Your Dominant.


I am well experienced in being a Dominant lover, and I love to please.  Whether you may  want to have me lead the way in (and maybe out of) the bedroom- or if you may sometimes fantasise about being tied-up... Hand-cuffed... Spanked... Controlled... or maybe even Consensual Ravishment...  

We use safe-words, so if something is painful or uncomfortable, you let me know, and I will stop immediately. Your ultimate comfort and pleasure, is my ultimate goal.

I am a very passionate lover, and love to make you feel just right.. Whether you'd like to be dominated, or whether the idea doesn't tickle your fancy at all.

Kinky or Vanilla, Dominant or Equal, make me yours, and feel free to explore...














Working towards a better world


9 January 2015

Why do we work? We need to keep busy... We need to make money, to look after ourselves and our families... And, more importantly, we need to do what we love doing, and what we feel is our part in the world.

These days, a lot of people are working in jobs they don't like, and can't wait to get home each day. But even when you do love or enjoy your job, sometimes you just want the day to finish, to get home and relax, or do things that need doing at home... So don't feel that because you look forward to the end of the day or week that you don't like your job. You can be happy no matter what you're doing. And also, it's perfectly normal and realistic to not be happy all of the time. After all, as Lauren Oliver writes in her book Delirium: "You can't be happy unless you're unhappy sometimes."

Though also increasingly these days, a lot of people love their jobs, and are enjoying what they do every day, and contributing to the world in a very positive way!!!

A few weeks ago, I was enjoying a coffee and reading a newspaper article. It was about the importance of enjoying your career, and how increasingly Australians, particularly young Australians, as well as people across the world, no doubt; are choosing careers they enjoy and feel are contributing to the world in a positive way, over careers which can earn a lot of money. It's about putting interests, and particularly values and beliefs, before money. The article mentioned the following website, and only recently have I got around to checking it out:




I like it. The website has a nice aim, and a great team. Their About Us section says the following:

"Looking for a job that you can be really passionate about?

EthicalJobs.com.au is a job-search site for people who want to work for a better world.  We list community jobs, environmental jobs, not-for-profit jobs and social enterprise jobs that contribute to a more equitable, more just or more sustainable world."

I chose my career because it's what I feel is contributing to making the world a much better place, one smile at a time :)

I hope that whatever fills your days, is something that you love.












Live in the moment! 


3 January 2015

Life is very precious and yet, at the same time can be somewhat precarious.

Of course, life has its ups and downs, and sometimes we simply can’t see the good times ahead. Other times we become blasé and take things for granted—with no idea what is coming around the proverbial corner. 

Many people dwell on the past, on the things they have done or should have done; maybe feeling or realising that they could have done such things in a different way or done them better; maybe thought things through more carefully before making an emotional decision. It’s all so easy to have made mistakes yet, on the other hand, it’s even easier to reflect on things with the benefit of hindsight.

Conversely, there are many people who are always looking ahead, waiting for an event or an anniversary or something they have planned in the future to happen. Wishing that it would come sooner, hoping that time almost speeds up and their goal is reached quicker. This may be something as simple as waiting for a birthday, a study course to complete or, longer term, such as their children growing up. This looking forward to things too much approach can speed up our sense of time, and make us have less time to enjoy.

My philosophy is to find a balance between focussing on the past and looking to the future. Yet, to some extent I believe that you have to live for today—don’t dwell too much on what has gone before—no-one, no-way can change the past. Sure, learn from your experiences, and try not to repeat any mistakes but, hopefully, all of things you have done before should have made you a better, more knowledgeable person.

I also believe you shouldn’t spend your life dreaming of the future. Make a plan by all means and try to follow it—yet life has an uncanny way of throwing up unexpected opportunities or, alternatively, “roadblocks” to the best laid plans. Although sometimes it may not seem like it but time can seem to flash by so quickly and, like most of us, when I sit down and reflect on certain things which have happened to me during my life’s journey, I find myself thinking, “Was that really 2/3/4 years ago? It felt like just a while ago, but that much time has passed?”

In fact, often when I do take time to sit down and reflect, I realise how lucky I am to have met so many wonderful people, who are all so different and unique in their own way... As we all are! People with plans and dreams for the future; and of course people who have had unpleasant past experiences but are now on the road to recovery and a new part of their life.

Every moment is precious, and while life can often be unfair, and cruel, it can also be wonderful, and amazing. We are lucky to be here in this beautiful world, and so should appreciate every day. 

Wherever in life you have come from, and wherever you may be going, the time to live is now. Life is what is happening now, all the time. And we should do our best to live in the moment, and enjoy it as much as we can.










Celebrating the New Year


29 December 2014

I hope you have all had a merry Christmas, a happy holiday season, and are looking forward to the New Year. 

It's a special time of year, and it's fun to celebrate. Embrace the New Year coming, and all it has to offer.

New experiences, new opportunities, new adventures.

Do you have any new year's resolutions? 

Maybe you would like to enjoy your spare time more? Make changes to your lifestyle? Get in shape? Do volunteer work? Take more holidays? 

Spend more time with family and friends? Discover a new interest? Study more? Increase your productivity at work? Take more time out to relax?

Or how about going with the flow, doing what you love, helping others, and enjoying life as much as you can :)

Whatever you would like to do this New Year, the time to do it is now! 

As Ben Schnetzer's character Mark from the movie 'Pride' says: "Life is short. It's short." 

So get out there, do what you want to do. If you have a dream, a plan that can change the world, or something you want to do for yourself and those you care about, go for it! Don't let others stand in your way.

Live your life how you choose, not how others think you should.

Be grateful for every moment we're alive. As it's a beautiful world, and every day is precious, and worth celebrating.

Take the bad times with the good.

Tell the people who you love, that you love them.

Take time to relax. Be sure to laugh. Smile as often as you can.

And enjoy.

Wishing everyone a Happy New Year, and all the best for 2015!














Vaginal Massage, with your male escort Leo


20 December 2014

Do you sometimes feel like when you have sex, you don't feel as good as you should? Do you want to have an orgasm that slowly builds up through your whole body, as you are sensually massaged and touched all over, from your head to your toes, until your vagina is massaged ever so intimately, making you want more and more?

While I am a massage therapist, and have years of experience, as well as specialising in everything sensual when it comes to pleasing a woman... One of my specialties is vaginal massage...

I love to slowly relax and stimulate your body all over, and then move to your vagina, spending lots of time massaging, until the sensation is so overwhelming that your body releases all of your sensual energy, in a wonderful orgasm.

It is a pleasure so fine that no lady should be denied. :)

While you are safe in my strong, loving hands, you can relax and not only let any cares and worries disappear, but let your mind and body experience bliss that is one of a kind.

I can do a full body massage, wherever you would like, which can either be a non-sensual massage... Or it can be sensual and include an amazing vaginal massage... Or more... The choice is yours, and I am yours... 











I love writing my Blog


15 December 2014

I love writing in my blog, and sharing with you what's on my mind. 

I’ve always been a creative type of person; a thinker. Someone who frequently has new ideas and suggestions on how to improve things, make them better. An ideas man. An entrepreneur.

When I first started my website, my original ideas were to use this medium to help me promote my services and let my prospective clients get to know something more about me; to learn about what I do and what I can offer; to know that I am a real, caring person who will always be there for my clients.

The thought of writing a blog - in a way a journal of my thoughts and experiences - has always appealed to me as, ever since I was young, I have always enjoyed creative writing and expressing my thoughts on paper, when I have got around to it.

So, once I had decided to do a regular blog to keep my clients, and anyone else who may be interested, updated and informed about what I do - my thoughts, dreams and aspirations - it was easy to put pen to paper, as it were; or maybe I should say fingers to the keyboard and iphone touch-screen! :)

Of course, now and then I am too busy to find the inspiration for a new topic or even sit down and write the piece I have in mind... Sometimes I wonder how I do it.. But the main thing is that I do so enjoy writing about my thoughts, about things which are important to me, maybe even just about how I may feel on a particular day - that I always look forward to working on my next blog post.

As anyone who is a writer, author, poet, song-writer, or any type of creative artist knows - sometimes ideas just come to you, and it's time to write! And I love when I have a thought of a blog entry that I'd like to share, and start writing :)

The additional pleasure comes when I get such positive feedback from my clients about my blog, with most telling me that it’s both enjoyable and fascinating to read my inner thoughts. 

Well, I’ve got plenty more ideas about things to write about, it really just comes down to making that time to be creative and write them.

And all it leaves me to say is: I hope you enjoy reading my usual blog pieces as much as I do writing them!
















It's not about the money


9 December 2014

Being the professional that I am at what I do, offering a premium service, it does come at a cost. You are paying for my time, and what happens between us is what happens between us. With years of experience, I can guarantee that you will be pleased beyond delight, and I offer an on the spot money-back guarantee if you are not happy and satisfied. :)

My time comes at a cost, as this is what I do, and so I charge an appropriate rate. I aim to be affordable, but at the same time my price reflects the quality of my service, which I have been told by my clients is wonderful and exceptional. I don't want to take more money from anyone than I should be, but at the same time I can't see you for free, or for a lower price than is standard for my industry. I do provide a premium service, and will have you very impressed. Whether you are seeing me for mind-blowing sex, or a sensual massage; or as a companion, or sensual therapist; I aim to please and look after you during our time together :)

For me, what I do is not about the money... I do this, as I feel it's what I'm supposed to be doing, what I love doing, and it is my calling in life, if you will. I love to see the smiles on the faces and hearts of my clients. I love to have you feeling totally sexually fulfilled, pampered, pleased, and happy in every way!

You know how when sometimes you see a doctor who lives for their work, who when you look in their eyes you can tell that they don't care about the money they make, but they just feel the need to do their job to help others? Because they are a very kind person? That's how I feel. I do what I do with a passion, and would not rather be anywhere else in the world, as this is my place. 

In regards to money, I live with the philosophy that:

"I do what I love, and do the best I can for others, and the universe will give me the money that I deserve."

While I do have other businesses, and other things that I do, being your male escort and massage therapist is what I do the most, and I put all of my passion and energy into, so that you are getting the best that I can give, and you are getting the time that you deserve :)

Too many people have money as one of their number one concerns. Money is important, as we need it to survive in this world, but it's not as important as health, happiness, family, friends, and so many other things. You deserve to feel special - so take that time, if you like, to spend some money on getting some 'me time' that you deserve :)

Life is too short to worry about money all the time, and not enjoy yourself. After all, life is to be lived - It's not about the money.







"My aim in all of life, and in business, is to be the best I can be, and most importantly to be a positive difference in the lives of others. I live, for you."

- Your Male Escort Leo





Click here, to watch the beautiful music video for the song 'Price tag' by Jessie J




            "We just want to make the world dance, forget about the price tag."

                  - Jessie J
















Single mothers


4 December 2014

Maybe it’s only me, I’m not sure, but there seem to be far more single mothers around than ever before.

I guess, though, this is not surprising given the structural changes which have been occurring in general society over the last 20-30 years. Changes such as the very high divorce and separation rates. Or maybe even the fact that there is less social pressure to get married these days, if the lady in question does find herself pregnant.

Many women are also far more independent than ever before, with great qualifications and good careers. Why do they need a full time man or husband—maybe someone who, after the first few years of marital bliss, perhaps begins to abuse her mentally or physically or is jealous of her career achievements? So, why marry or commit to a long term relationship when you can be self supporting financially and still achieve your goals without having a “significant other” who may, at the end of the day, turn out to be incompatible?

Not to say that all relationships end bitterly.. No way!! I do believe strongly in marriage, and when two people love each other and stay with each other through all of life's trials and tribulations, perhaps even raise a family, that's lovely. I love seeing elderly couples together holding hands, who have been married for many years... However, some people find it better to be single, and that's completely fine too! It's a free world :)

Then there are the ladies who have been married and, for whatever reason, have had to end their relationship, or even have had to escape from the relationship; maybe they have been let down by their man in one way or another, so that they have had no choice but to take their child or children and move on.

Some ladies even choose to become single mothers... Having a baby without having a partner. Enjoying being single, wanting to remain independent, yet still want their own family. And there's nothing wrong with that either! Why should you have to commit to one man forever, in order to be able to have your own family?  

A final type of single mother I frequently come across is the, sadly, widowed lady, maybe still in her prime but with one, two or more children around, and finding it hard to attract a new man to her life owing to her family situation.

No matter what their reason, no matter what their own personal situation, I really believe that single mothers are amazing. I have the deepest respect for mothers who battle through life’s trials and tribulations, in many cases on just a just a single income—and sometimes even without the tacit support of their families.

In fact, I have met so many single mothers who are doing a great job, bringing up their children, managing the household and dealing with all of the administrative and financial issues usually associated with families.

What’s more, I have met so many wonderful people who have grown up with a single mother and they, by and large, tend to be nice, well rounded people; the love and attention which the mother has lavished on them, perhaps compensating for the lack of a father figure, often making the person in question more secure and content.

Of course, family is very important... And if a child has a loving mother and a loving father, one would think that would be the ideal situation. I have to put in a good word for us males of the species - we can be good for many things!!! :)

Though for so so many reasons, that isn't always and can't be the case.  

Naturally, even single mothers need someone now and then to give them some love and attention, to give them some quality time to make them feel valued and wanted—whether mentally or physically (or both).

In this relatively liberated day and age, it’s perfectly acceptable for a single mother to indulge herself occasionally; to do something for her and not just her family. A hardworking, single mother needs to be held and loved, needs to feel that companionship just like any other woman with a permanent husband does.

And that’s where I come in. 

Dr Leo has the remedies for any lady who needs a bit of special time; needs a period when she can forget about the stresses and strains of her days and simply fall back and relax into the arms of someone who genuinely cares for her….  













Photo Shoot November 2014


27 November 2014

Your male escort Melbourne, Leo for women, now has some new photos...

I have had a recent photo shoot done, and now have more photos in my gallery. Click here to take a look :)

All photos of course do not include my face, as I am professional, discreet, and value your privacy as well as mine. :)



 Click Here to see my new photo shoot in a slide-show










Every day is a new day


24 November 2014

I don’t know about you but I always look forward to the new day.

The freshness of a new morning; the revitalised body and energy levels after a good night’s sleep, and the renewed mental alertness ready for the challenges of the next 16 hours or so.

I guess I am an optimist by nature and always believe that the future is brighter than what’s gone before. It’s so easy in modern times when, seemingly, pressures of life are greater than ever before, to get stressed out over relatively minor things or get upset or angry about things or with people. 

Maybe it’s due in part to the advent of instant, immediate, instantaneous communications that now, sadly to some extent, dominate our lives. Many people, as soon as they receive a message or text feel obliged to answer instantly, no matter whether the issue is important or not; likewise the sender of the message is eagerly anticipating a quick reply!

Of course, not all of our stresses and strains originate from the need to be in touch with others instantly, we all have work issues, family issues and just the trials and tribulations of day to day living to contend with.

For me…my philosophy is simply to sometimes take a step back, maybe even take a deep breath or two, and rationalise situations which might be causing stress or anxiety. Are they really that serious or important that they have to be dealt with right now? Are they things that have a fairly easy solution if I exercise a modicum of patience and understanding? Are they worth me getting upset and losing sleep about?

Well, we all have our own ways of dealing with life and its challenges. We all know, deep down inside, that, over time, things will only get better. It’s just, more often than not, putting matters into perspective, not losing sight of the “big picture”.

I spend a lot of time with many of my clients helping them see that life can, again, be joyous; see that their future will be much better than their recent past. As well as providing the physical comforts and pleasures that every human needs, I enjoy seeing my clients regain their confidence and zest for life. Often, it’s necessary for me to try and help them regain their trust in men.

But one of my overall goals is to help my client see that every day is a new day; a new day which can be full of surprises, excitement and the joys of living!












Beliefs and their obstacle to happiness


19 November 2014

No matter which way you look at it, we all come from the same place.

We all start life in the same form, until some nine or so months later our mothers deliver us to this world. Yet, whilst being conceived and born is not an easy way to start life, it’s only after birth that our trials and tribulations really begin.

Being the individuals that we are, brought to life with an unmatchable and irreplaceable set of characteristics, early on in our formative years’ development we soon learn to form ideas, opinions, likes and dislikes, preferences and choices. Given the nature of us being the social beings that we are, we divide ourselves into groups, sets, gangs, tribes…, call them what you will. We separate ourselves by, for example, the colour of our skin, the language that comes from our mouths, the sports teams we support, and the beliefs we have in things real… but more often than not imagined.  

Sadly, we entangle, entwine and embroil ourselves in issues and matters which really do not need to be so complicated; sometimes we attempt to govern, guide and encumber our lives with things which really, if you sit down for a few minutes and think about them objectively and rationally, without any undue outside interference of others, do not make much sense or are not really relevant.

But, worst of all is when others try and tell us how we may live our own lives; what we may do and may not do. Yes, I do understand and accept that society has got to have some rules of behaviour, that’s fine; but it’s not always necessary to follow rules and regulations which originate from a bygone era which have been repeatedly corrupted and handed down over the years, simply to suit the purposes of the enforcers of such rules.


What is Leo getting at? I hear you say. Where is he going with this piece? 

Well, considering that my profession involves meeting a lot of people, on a regular basis, I am always amazed at how many people feel bound by the constraints on what they have been taught whilst young and impressionable; how many people worry about seeing me because they have been told it’s not right; how many people cannot seem to shake off their deep seated belief in things, more often than not imagined, but which have been instilled into them at an early age.

I believe that everyone should be able to do what they want within the bounds of a normal society. If you are lonely, upset, need comfort or loving... or are simply, horny (for want of a better word) and would like a good time, then you should seek such solace. If you are in need of some companionship or are recovering from bad times and need a “pick me up” encounter, then go for it—don’t wait and worry about what general society or some of your friends, family, or peers might think; don’t wait and worry about what is right for your neighbours or friends—think about yourself for a change.

And cast off the shackles of years of following beliefs or constraints which have not allowed you to be… you! 

You the individual, the person. You, the one with real needs and wants. And you can text message or email me anytime.  















Things my clients say about me


11 November 2014

In any relationship, whether business or personal, how you deal with people is vitally important to your success, or otherwise.

Some people are adept at appearing sincere and concerned, whilst others genuinely are caring, nice people, only too eager to help.

Fortunately for me, I have been blessed with being a very caring, compassionate person; someone who genuinely likes people, especially women, and someone who likes to care for others. It makes me feel good, makes me happy, when I can impart some of my care, tenderness and loving to others in need—whatever they are looking for.

In fact, to see the improvement in a person’s well being after some time together with me is highly rewarding and, indeed, is one of the key tenets of my chosen career! One of the things which keeps me going…


I gain a great amount of pleasure when clients tell me how much of a difference I have made to their lives; how much of a change they, themselves, can see in their own demeanour or outlook in life since they have been with me—and I can tell that these are genuine comments and compliments, not something that is being said out of politeness or to make me feel good.

I guess part of the proof of this client satisfaction is the number of repeat and regular clients that I have, plus the number of “referrals” from satisfied clients. Quality customer service is the key to success in almost all walks of life or business, and my own services are no exception; I always try my best to please.

I always love to make my clients feel good about themselves, feel good about their time with me and enjoy some quality time when they can, perhaps, forget all of their worries and cares and be freeeeee for a while!

Maybe that’s why I tend to hear my clients say good and nice things about me; they know I am sincere!










Reasons to be cheerful


6 November 2014

Now and then in my blog in the past, I’ve mentioned the need to smile.

Well, in fact, smiling is only part of the overall demeanour that I like to adopt in my life—both with my clients and in my private life. I feel it’s important to always be upbeat about things, always try to look on the bright side. 

In my opinion, far too many people dwell of the negative side of life—yes…, yes, I totally understand that life is not the proverbial bed of roses but, by and large, all of the positives of life outweigh the negatives for most of us.

We are comparatively very lucky here in Australia where we have our freedoms and rights; a relatively fair and balanced society; plus, our country is a place where, if you work hard and fairly, you can enjoy the trappings of a good way of living, a nice pleasant lifestyle.

Having said all of the above, you can imagine that, owing to very nature of what I do, I do see some people who may be a bit unhappy. Charming women who, often through no fault of their own, have been in or just escaped from bad or difficult relationships, have been hurt or scarred; lovely women who have been cheated or mistreated in the past. 

I know it’s hard to stay positive in such circumstances. I know it’s difficult to have reasons to be cheerful at such time.

Yet, most of the time, things can only get better; the worst is probably past and, if it wasn’t, you may not have been ready to have called or got in touch with me.

Don’t get the wrong impression, though, that all of my clients are in need of an uplift or need helping through bad times of present or past relationships. That’s not the case for most of them and many are dynamic, sparkly individuals who know what they want from life.

It’s just that, simply, in day to day life, many people lose their spark, lose their focus and zest—and that’s where often I can come in and help revitalise women, give them a new “zing” in their step and help them smile more.

I love to give you a reason or two (or more) to be cheerful :)  





Are you happy?
If not, call Mr Leo.
If you are, call Mr Leo if you'd like to be even happier :)

*Even if you're not happy, and don't feel you can be, I can help you. 









Male Escort Melbourne Leo's Latest health check


4 November 2014

As you know if you've read my past blogs, I get a full STI (Sexually transmitted infection/disease) screening every three to four months, for your safety and peace of mind, and mine.

My latest tests were done last week, and the results are all clear. :)

You have nothing to worry about when you see me, you know you are always in safe hands.

Please scroll down to see my recent blog about safe sex.


"If you're going to have sex, I think you should have safe sex."  

- Bristol Palin









Breast cancer awareness month


31 October 2014

As Breast cancer awareness month comes to a close, I have recently become a monthly donor to the Breast Cancer Australia Network.

Every one of us knows someone who has had breast cancer, or another type of cancer, and it can be the worst thing for people to have to go through.

Any little bit we can do towards helping prevent, reduce, and treat any type of health conditions, is a big step in the right direction.

And each of us can help, just with a small donation.

If you have time and a little bit of money to spare, please have a look at this website, and give generously if you can:

Breast Cancer Network Australia


You can become a monthly donor, or make a one-off donation.

Every little bit helps :)






Friend, Companion and… Sometimes Lover  


27 October 2014

In all walks of life there are multi-layered levels of relationships.

Always have been and always will be.

I’m sure you don’t need me to tell you that most human beings are highly complex, emotional beings whose relationships with one another can be highly fulfilling, rewarding and pleasurable; or downright fickle, troublesome and confrontational—but, indeed, most relationships can be such a contrast! 

Though to be fair, perhaps this contrast is not that surprising as, almost without exception, we all present different facets and aspects of our character to the different people we interact with on a daily basis. Most of us behave differently according to the social situation we are in or according to the person or people we are with. We all have different personalities “within.”

In fact, if you spend a few seconds to think about this, you don’t act the same with your work colleagues as with your external acquaintances, friends, or members of the public.... and you certainly don’t act the same with your boss as with your close family members or ones that you love.

We are each a little different in every social situation in our lives.

Yet, there are some people out there who have an all-embracing passion for interacting with other people. People who are, amongst other things, generally calm, aware, rational, and able to empathise with different situations and circumstances, no matter how challenging and how fraught these may be.


Perhaps this is an innate gift, an in-built love and desire to help other people, that can also stretch to one’s clients—with the primary aim to try and bring more happiness and contentment to the world.

In my profession, it’s not enough these days just to be a short-term lover, a short-term provider of physical joy.... as many new male escorts entering the industry these days are.... In modern times my role has evolved to be one of friend, companion… and lover as the need arises. 

As well as, of course, a provider of short term sexual gratification - No-strings-attached!!!

I’m almost a counsellor, a friend to share the good times and the secrets with; a companion to be there when others are not; someone to enjoy being out and about with; and a lover to offer that tenderness and understanding when you might need it most.

And the good thing is…, I am really sincere about this. I genuinely care for my clients… my friends, companions and lovers. And at the end of the day only want what is best for them.    








Social trends and attitudes  


19 October 2014

For whatever reason(s), some people are just not suited to long term relationships.

This opening statement can equally apply to both males and females, as long gone are the days when many people held the belief that it was necessary for a couple to stay together even when a relationship was beyond repair. Back then, reasons given for sticking together often included phrases such as: “it’s for the children” or “for the sake of the family” (but really meaning the “face” or the image of the couples’ parents), or maybe the almost laughable: “for the sake of the neighbours…”

In the past, when many women were questioning the need to stay in a loveless or abusive or generally incompatible relationship, there was always that additional fear of “What do I do now, who do I turn to? Who will help me through a separation?” 

Still, as I have said before, times have changed and the ever increasing numbers of divorces plus the propensity for people to co-habit rather than enter into a “contractual” relationship are just two examples of some of the social trends and newly acceptable attitudes prevalent in today’s modern world of instant information and communications. 

Yet it’s not only marriage which has become somewhat of an outdated institution, as there has also been a seismic shift over the last 20 years or so in general attitudes to matters such as same sex-relationships, gay or lesbian rights… or the way people view  

their role in society generally. 

In short, people are, by and large, far more liberal than ever before.

Fortunately, with these changes in society, it is now far more acceptable for, say, a lady who has recently divorced or separated from a long-term partner to seek companionship, friendship…, or whatever else she needs…, from a short term companion.

Maybe the lady in question has been hurt or damaged by her former partner; possibly she has been abused, or maybe she has simply become jaded owing to the stresses and strains of juggling a marriage/relationship, work and home (maybe with children).

Whatever the reason, whatever the situation, it’s reassuring for many women to know that there is someone out there who can help. Someone like me to get them back on track, help them rediscover life and, importantly, get them back into believing in themselves.

My services embrace not only the physical side but also, increasingly, I have been spending more and more time helping women recover their  confidence and self-worth—often after they have had a particularly bad period in their lives.

And what’s more, going back to the main point I started with above, people in society are generally far more understanding and accepting of such needs—which can only be a good thing. 

After all, at the end of the day, we are all only human with the same needs and wants!












Safe sex at it's best - Making safe sex fun!


15 October 2014

Hands up who wants to see their male escort Leo and end up with an unplanned pregnancy, or an STD? Good, I'm not seeing any hands up!! :)  



When you see me, you get a quality experience, just what you are looking for, and you are in safe hands. I am as safe as I can be, and wearing condoms is a must.  


I have no std's, and don't plan on ever getting any, and I would never want to catch anything and pass it on to anyone.. As my main aim with doing what I do is not to 'make a lot of money and become rich' - my main aim is to be a positive difference in the lives of everyone I see, whether it is as a companion, friend, or lover ... Or for a massage, or unbelievable mind-blowing sex!


So now about the safe sex, I am introducing to you... The 'FEMALE CONDOM.'   






Created by a Danish physician in the 1980's, the female condom should have revolutionised the way we practise safe sex, and it has a lot, and especially in developing countries, though it still needs much more promotion and public awareness, across the globe.  

To see more information, click this link below:




They even have a cute little animated video about how it is used! With the link below :)




                                                                        Click here to see video


Being a professional at what I do, and having been in the industry for more than five years, I've used all types of condoms.. Big, small, latex, non-latex, all these fancy new-age kinds (ribbed, 'naked', thin, etc.) but in my opinion NOTHING compares to the 'Female condom.'


Personally, I want to see these in the condom section of every supermarket, pharmacy, and chemist.


I want them to be available to everyone, and for adolescents experimenting with sex to have these widely known about as a choice they can use.


It would make safe sex so much more fun, and so much more commonly practised.

Unfortunately they can only be bought online in most places. To read more about why they are not yet mainstream, click the link below.


Article: Can the female condom go mainstream?


I have been using these condoms for months now, and they've been nothing but fantastic. They are much safer, and as you can see from the links above, SO MUCH more comfortable, and natural-feeling. Most people can't even feel them, which really adds to the intimacy and enjoyment of sex.


In the months since I've switched to using these condoms, almost all of my clients have said they would never go back to using a 'male condom' or regular condom.


They are just that good!


I've had the female condom be called a 'Miracle umbrella,' with their amazing feel, durability, comfort, and of course high level of safety.


Made from nitrile, they are safe and comfortable for everyone.


If you may be allergic or sensitive to latex or nitrile, feel free to bring your own condoms.


I do also carry with me a few types of 'regular' condoms, or 'male condoms' if that's what you'd prefer! I love to appeal to all tastes!


It important to be safe, and I love to and live to be exactly what you are looking for :)