It was posted in response to the results I had posted from http://www.escortsurveys.com/ (which as stated is not a survey I am in any way connected with).
I wouldn't have minded posting this comment, but what I thought was really taking the piss was that he included a link to his escort agency. In my view, male agency and parlour owners are the pits...nothing more than glorified pimps. They often come from wealthy backgrounds, and have had expensive enough educations to succeed in a milion and one other walks of life (unlike the girls from poor areas of eastern Europe that they tend to employ). They are greedy bastards just out to make a fast buck, and in the majority of cases they do it off the backs of nubile young women. Needless to say I didn't publish Mark's comment, but I did send him a reply explaining why not:
In response to your comment on my blog at
I would like to point out that if you look closely it is not an "article", least of all one that has been written by myself.
It is in fact a selection of comments taken from men that took part in an escort survey in Ireland, and as stated in the blog all queries regarding it should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am not a statistician, I am merely a former escort who blogs truthfully and bluntly about her own experiences whilst working in that industry. I would happily have allowed your comment on the blog (even though it relates to the legality of the escort industry which is not a topic I have discussed anywhere therein). However, I thought it was rather a cheap shot that your comment was posted with a link to an escort agency (I'm assuming YOUR agency).
Now, men who profit from women's prostitution incur my distaste at the best of times, and men who do so are known as pimps. I do not mind anybody commenting on my blog, but kindly do not use it to "pimp" your wares.
Little Storm Cloud"