Step 5. Start booking hotel rooms, ideally with good soundproofing and quality health care nearby
I have asked clients why they like hiring women to wrestle in hotel rooms. They'll say all kinds of things: "There was a teacher I had once in high school," or "A girl in my class who was stronger than me, and one time she took me down to the ground and we started wrestling, and from then on I loved it." I think it all stems from something that turned them on during childhood.
For me, it's mostly just fans from GLOW. I did have one guy sit in a session for an hour and just talk to me, but mostly I try to make fans get up, show them some holds, mix it up. They pay good money for the hour so I always want to make it fun.
I tell clients if you're going to have a private wrestling session with me, I require a deposit upfront. Referrals are a must if I've never wrestled with you before. I pay upfront costs -- travel to the location, pay for the hotel for one-on-one sessions or the facility if more is involved -- and I just need you to show up and not get weird. People often say, "There's a guy coming to a hotel room and you're wrestling him? You can't tell me you're just wrestling." But yes, we are just wrestling. And I make it clear from the start: no sex, no nudity. I have a whole thing on my website that clients can read about what I accept and don't.
There are women bodybuilders that will do "other" stuff with their clients. Some of that has led to sex with clients. Many don't even wrestle; they're just posing in private for clients, saying, "Feel my biceps; now feel my calves." I have this one client that likes lift-and-carry sessions, where a bodybuilder puts him on her back for piggyback rides. I don't get it, but a lot of the bodybuilders are strong enough to do it, or pick a guy up and cradle him like a baby, or put him over their shoulders and walk around.
Still, people like to push, to see how far they can go. During a phone call with a new client, he asked me if I do "release" sessions -- basically just a happy ending after wrestling. I told him no. Another request is face-sitting. Some guys hire a girl to sit on their guy's face for an hour and she watches TV or something. Not for me.
By now I can tell right away in emails what's what. That's why it's important for me to ask questions in advance, so I can get a pretty good sense about the clients. My instincts, to this point, have typically been right on. Early on, I started out wrestling strangers -- I would pay this big friend of mine, 6'7", looked like a Viking, to come with me for protection -- but now I've been seeing the same clients for the last 12 years. I've weeded people out so I only see the ones I know.
Still, you get to the point where you think, "How well do I know this person?" Everyone has his thing, and it can get weird. I've had guys say, "Sorry, I may get hard while wrestling but nothing will happen." And there was one guy who went into the bathroom to change in the hotel room, and when he walked out he was fully naked. He said, "I like to be free this way" and I'm like, No, that's not going to work. It's no surprises with me.