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A threesome with two stunning babes is one of the most popular fantasies, and for good reason! There are plenty of reasons why booking two escorts is more than double the fun!

Voyeurism & Exhibitionism

These two fetishes are the perfect pair for a threesome. Voyeurism is the pleasure you feel when watching others engage in sexual activity, and exhibitionism is deriving pleasure from being watched. Regardless of which takes your fancy, booking a double is the perfect way to promise a good show!

For Nervous Clients

While it may seem overwhelming at first, spending company with two babes can actually help relieve any awkwardness; it gives you a chance to sit back and catch your breath while the babes can entertain each other. When a one-on-one intimate moment seems too self-centred take pleasure in knowing that the escorts will gladly share their attention with each other and yourself however you like.

For Thrill-Seekers

If you are growing bored of your usual routine, a double can definitely help spice things up! The opportunities, extras and positions made available by adding a second escort can intensify an otherwise vanilla booking.

Regardless of why you choose to book a double, Harlots escorts guarantee a fantastic time! There are plenty of poses, acts, kinks and fetishes that are made possible with a third person, and even more if you choose to add another! Good luck choosing just two escorts from our gorgeous roster though! xx

So, you have decided to find some company for the evening and now you are faced with deciding upon who the lucky companion will be. With such a huge selection available, there are a few tips & tricks to help narrow it down.

Profiles and Ads

To avoid the heartache (and possible cash lost) of a catfish, check that the profile is authentic. Plenty of platforms have a verification system that marks profiles as ‘verified’ once they have completed certain identification measures. If you book a private escort, be prepared to provide deposits or ID. It’s a security measure for them but can be risky for you. Booking through verified agencies/brothels is the easiest way to maintain your privacy and meet the escort you saw online.

Looks

Beauty is more than meets the eye, but there’s no shame in admitting if you have a ‘type.’ Whether it’s blonde, brunette, BBW or busty, you can definitely find someone who catches your eye! Don’t be afraid to mix it up though, it’s always fun to try new things.

Extras

What you have planned is also an important factor when choosing a companion. Standard service at Harlots includes erotic massage, handjob, protected blowjob and protected sex. Anything else is an “extra” and not all ladies offer all extras! When booking, be sure to confirm that the escort you like offers the extras you want. We can often help direct you to escorts that offer what you have in mind. 

When and Where

Location and timing are next on the list; check out their availability/shift times and make sure you are asking for a booking within those times. While by-appointment bookings can be made under certain circumstances (like for regular clients, multi-hour bookings and/or by paying a non-refundable deposit), it’s best to stick within the listed hours when planning a booking. Keep in mind that not all escorts offer outcalls either, so if you have your heart set on a romantic night out in a hotel you will have to choose a companion who offers outcalls.

Personality

One of the biggest attractions of meeting in an establishment is the chance to chat with multiple escorts before deciding on who you would like to spend some time with. This means you can get a feel for their personality before committing to paying anything. There is also the added bonus of the possibility of booking two escorts at once!

Regardless of who you end up spending time with, Harlots promises quality companionship and a wide selection of escorts to choose from. There’s never been a better time to come and see for yourself.

Fetishes are sexual interests or preferences that are outside of what is considered ‘normal’. Here at Harlots, we LOVE spicing up time in the bedroom, and there are plenty of reasons why you should too!

Enhanced Arousal

For individuals with fetishes, engaging in their preferred activities or objects can lead to heightened arousal and sexual excitement. We want to maximise every moment of pleasure too!

Novelty and Variety

Fetishes bring that much-needed spice to your sex life. Say goodbye to boring routines and hello to wild and exciting adventures.

Creative Exploration

Exploring fetishes means diving into the world of imagination and creativity. It’s all about trying out new things and having fun with it.

Embrace Your Preferences

Fetishes can be pretty unique, but that’s the beauty of it. Embracing your quirks and fantasies can make you feel more comfortable in your skin.

Compatibility

It can be tricky to find someone who is into the same things as you, but you can come in whenever we are open and discuss things with the ladies available.

Self-Discovery

Finding out what turns you on can be an enlightening journey of self-discovery. You might learn things about yourself you never knew.

It’s all about consent, communication, and being comfortable with your partner. As long as you’re both having a good time and respecting each other’s boundaries, fetishes can add some serious fun to your sex life.

Well, it was fun while it lasted but you got busted spending some time with someone you shouldn’t have been seeing and now you’re in the dog house. Whatever the reason why, if there’s any chance of salvaging your relationship, there are some basic steps to follow.

Acknowledge Responsibility

Admit to your actions and take full responsibility for your behaviour. Denying or minimizing what happened will only complicate the situation further. This means recognising that the choices you made impacted someone else.

Sincerely Apologize

Offer a heartfelt and sincere apology to your partner. Express remorse for your actions and the hurt you’ve caused. Acknowledge the pain they’re feeling and show that you understand the gravity of your mistake. This is NOT the time to bring up their mistakes or to give excuses.

Give Space

After apologizing, give your partner space to process their emotions. This may mean sticking it out in the dog house (or sleeping on the couch) a little longer. They deserve the chance to think about things and decide how they want to move forward. Let them know that you are ready to talk whenever they are.

Be Honest and Transparent

If your partner has questions about the situation, answer them honestly. Transparency is essential for rebuilding trust, even if it’s uncomfortable.

Reflect and Change

Take some time to reflect on why you cheated. Understanding the underlying reasons can help you avoid repeating them in the future. If you’re serious about repairing the relationship, commit to making changes in your behaviour and addressing any issues. This might mean new boundaries and therapy for one or both of you.

Cut Off Contact

Finally, for everyone’s sake, cut off contact with the person you cheated with. It will help solidify your intentions to your partner and keep you from making the same mistake again!

There’s no guarantee that things will return to normal, after all, it’s a pretty awful experience to be cheated on, but these steps are foundational to getting anyone out of the dog house. Good luck, Fido.

At some point answering texts and calls, we hear the phrase “this might be weird, but…” The first time I heard someone say that, I braced myself for something extreme but after a while, I realised that the vast majority of requests are far more normal than clients realised. So, in an effort to destigmatise these things and put your mind at ease next time you reach out, here are some common “this might be weird, but…” requests!

“…do your ladies offer pegging?”

Absolutely! There are plenty of our ladies who offer pegging. The biggest hurdle when making a booking with pegging is giving us notice so that we can let the lady know to bring in her gear. Don’t stress if you are in a time crunch, though, we often have some harnesses and toys available for sale at reception. 

“…what about golden showers?”

This request is way more common than most people realise! We will need some heads-up for this booking too of course, but its offered by plenty of escorts.

“…I don’t even want to have sex”

While we love getting steamy, we all need to slow down sometimes. Spending time alone with another person cuddling or even just talking is an under-rated way to recharge. Human contact is lovely, and any of our escorts would enjoy the chance to unwind with you.

“…I’m a virgin”

So were we at some point! Who better to explore intimacy with than a qualified sexpert! You don’t have to disclose this kind of info to anyone, but if you are nervous about getting it on, our escorts can slow things down and make sure you’re looked after.

“…I have this fantasy”

Chances are, we have heard it before and are more than happy to make it come true! When requesting fantasies, role-plays and BDSM bookings, it’s important to keep in mind that not every escort offers every service. Feel free to browse the escort’s listed extras, and then narrow it down by talking to reception about their availability. Once it gets down to the nitty-gritty details, you will have to come in to have a chat with the lucky babe in person.

As long as you are respectful of us and our answers, we don’t mind what your request is! There’s no point keeping it a secret if we could make it come true!

Expand your vocabulary and get inspiration for your next booking with this A to Z list of Kinks, Fetishes and Sex Acts!

A is for Analingus: also known as rimming, this is the oral stimulation of someone’s anus.

B is for Blindfold: the sensory deprivation of not being able to see your partner is a serious turn-on!

C is for Cunnilingus: this is the technical term for oral sex performed on a woman.

D is for Deepthroat: a seriously intense BJ experience featured in plenty of Porn Star Experiences.

E is for Exhibition: the sexual gratification of being watched while getting dirty. To match, there’s Voyeurism which is the sexual gratification of watching others.

F is for Flavour: with flavoured dams, condoms and lube, there’s no shortage of flavours you can have in the bedroom.

Bonus!

F is for Food Play: Going hand-in-hand with flavoured lube and condoms is food play, like licking chocolate sauce or whipped cream off your partner’s body.

G is for Greek: more commonly referred to as Anal, this is the penetration of an anus.

H is for Humiliation: any physical or verbal form of humiliation by either party.

I is for Impact play: and whether you want to punish or BE punished, there are all sorts of toys available.

J is for JOI: Jerk-Off Instructions can be part of edging or humiliation scenes which are a great way to break the ice before launching into fun together.

K is for Katoptronophilia: that real mouthful of a word means arousal from having sex in front of a mirror. If the thought of watching yourself with one of our babes gets you going, consider upgrading to our more lavish suites.

L is for Leather Fetish: Attraction to the look, feel, or smell of leather clothing or accessories.

M is for Masochism: Masochists derive pleasure from their own pain, and are the perfect partner to Sadists who derive pleasure from other people’s pain

N is for Nylon Fetish: Sexual interest in stockings, pantyhose, or other nylon-based clothing.

Bonus!

N is for Narratophilia: This refers to the (increasingly popular) pleasure derived from writing, reading or listening to explicit stories.

O is for Orgasm Control:  this is the act of drawing out the time spent on the cusp of orgasm.

P is for Pegging: to stimulate the prostate for a mind-blowing orgasm, let a lady step into a strap-on for some pegging.

Q is for Quirophilia: Foot fetishes are pretty common, on the other hand… Hands! Quirophilia is arousal from someone’s hands.

R is for RolePlay: schoolgirl & teacher, flight attendant, nurse, mailman, the possibilities are endless!

S is for Squirting: also called female ejaculation, squirting is the release of fluid during a woman’s climax.

Bonus!

S is for Spanish: this honourable mention is what most people call a tit-job!

T is for Testicle Torture: also known as ballbusting, this is the painful stimulation of the testes like squeezing or hitting.

U is for Urophilia: more commonly known as Golden Showers, this fetish is for all things urine-related.

V is for Vanilla: And it’s okay if nothing on this list interests you because being vanilla is still pretty sweet!

W is for Whips: whips make themselves at home next to floggers, paddles and canes for impact play.

X is for XXX: the classic symbol of adult-only-content. Throwback to old-school pornos, anyone?

Bonus!

X is for waX play! I know it’s a stretch but the temperature change is exhilarating so it’s worth a mention!

Y is for Yiff: A fetish related to anthropomorphic animals, commonly within the furry community.

Z is for Zelophilia: this goes hand-in-hand with cuckolding; Zelophilia is the sexual arousal from feeling jealousy.

Now that you’ve explored this A to Z list of Kinks, Fetishes and Sex acts, why not make a booking and try some out?

Although the premise of sex work is very simple, there are infinite reasons why people choose to book with Harlots! Sometimes it is as simple as seeking physical satisfaction; a purely animalistic pleasure-seeking adventure. But sometimes there’s something more at play…

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Brothels, strip clubs, gentleman’s bars and bordellos can be found practically everywhere. However, there is a tendency for adult establishments to cluster together and form what is known as a ‘Red Light District,’ though nowadays actual red lights are far less common. Take a wander through the historic and current Red Light Districts of Australia…

Sydney: Kings Cross

Kings Cross, located in the heart of Sydney, is among Australia’s most well-known Red Light Districts. In the past, it was infamous for rowdy nightlife & adult entertainment. Recently, the district has undergone significant gentrification and regulation changes, reducing its prominence as a Red Light District.

Melbourne: St. Kilda

St. Kilda, a beachside suburb of Melbourne, has a long history of being associated with the sex industry. While regulations are in place limiting the presence of street-based sex work, St. Kilda is still home to adult venues. The district also shows off a vibrant music and arts scene, making it a unique blend of cultures and lifestyles.

Brisbane: Fortitude Valley

Fortitude Valley, or “The Valley” for short, is Brisbane’s answer to Red Light Districts. It has a colourful history of nightlife and adult entertainment venues, making it a popular destination for partygoers and tourists alike. However, like Kings Cross in Sydney, The Valley has also seen efforts to clean up its image, leading to changes in the types of establishments present in the area. If you are further north in the Sunshine State, consider stopping by Harlots Mackay!

Perth: Northbridge

Northbridge, located in the heart of Perth, boasts a bustling nightlife and numerous entertainment options, including various adult-oriented establishments. Just across the bridge in Burswood is Langtrees Perth; a long-standing, highly regarded gentleman’s club. Northbridge has a vibrant atmosphere, with bars, nightclubs, and strip clubs attracting both locals and tourists.

Adelaide: Hindley Street

Hindley Street in Adelaide has been historically associated with adult entertainment venues, such as strip clubs and brothels. While there have been efforts to rejuvenate this area and reduce its association with the sex industry, it remains a notable location for those seeking adult entertainment options in South Australia.

Darwin: Mitchell Street

Darwin’s Mitchell Street, in the city’s central business district, has a reputation for its nightlife and adult entertainment offerings. This area caters to a mix of locals and visitors, offering various bars, nightclubs, and other adult-oriented venues. It’s worth noting that the dynamics of the sex industry in the Northern Territory differ from other states in Australia.

Canberra: Fyshwick

Fyshwick, located in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), has several adult entertainment businesses, including brothels and adult shops, mixed among industrial businesses as well. The ACT has unique laws regulating the sex industry, and Fyshwick has been a focal point for these activities in the region. Of course, it is the home of Harlots Canberra, so do come say hello!

Unlike many countries where sex work is illegal or heavily restricted, Australia has a complex legal landscape that varies from state to state and territory to territory. These laws can make booking some company seem daunted, but rest assured that Harlots is licensed and law-abiding in all our establishments.

New South Wales: Decriminalisation

New South Wales (NSW) was the first Australian state to decriminalise sex work in 1995. Under the NSW framework, sex work is a legitimate occupation. Sex workers have the right to work independently or in licensed brothels, ensuring their safety and protection. This approach has been praised for reducing the risks associated with sex work and promoting the rights of sex workers.

Victoria: Licensing and Regulation

Victoria, another progressive state, adopted a licensing and regulation model in 1994. Sex work is legal when conducted in licensed brothels or as part of an individual’s sole trader business. This model aims to strike a balance between protecting sex workers’ rights and maintaining public health and safety standards. Licensed brothels in Victoria are subject to strict regulations and regular inspections.

Queensland: Licensing with Restrictions

Queensland has legalised sex work but with specific restrictions. Brothels are licensed and regulated, but street-based sex work is illegal. This approach seeks to manage the sex industry while minimising its visibility in public spaces. Queensland also has a unique “legalisation” model, distinct from NSW’s decriminalisation and Victoria’s licensing.

South Australia: Licensing and Criminalisation

South Australia operates under a licensing and criminalisation model. Brothels are regulated, and sex work is generally considered legal when conducted in licensed establishments. However, street-based sex work remains illegal in some areas. South Australia’s approach reflects a mix of legalised and criminalised elements.

Western Australia: Partial Criminalisation

In Western Australia, sex work remains partially criminalised. Street-based sex work is illegal, but private sex work and working in licensed brothels are legal and regulated. Western Australia’s laws are more conservative than other states.

Tasmania: Criminalisation

Tasmania has some of the most restrictive sex work laws in Australia. All forms of sex work are illegal except for sole operators who can work alone. Brothels are illegal, and the state has not adopted a regulated approach like Victoria or New South Wales.

The Australian Capital Territory (ACT): Legalisation and Regulation

The ACT adopted a legalisation and regulation model in 1992. Sex work is legal, and licensed brothels operate under strict regulations. This approach emphasises health and safety standards and recognises sex work as a legitimate profession.

While Australia hasn’t settled on a single approach to sex work, the variation in laws from state to state and territory to territory demonstrates the complex nature of the issue. While some states have embraced decriminalization or legalization, others maintain more conservative stances. The ongoing debate surrounding sex work laws in Australia underscores the importance of continued dialogue and thoughtful policymaking. It’s crucial to consider the experiences and perspectives of sex workers when writing laws on sex work; regulated legalisation is often deemed by those in the industry as the best way to keep sex workers safe and provide access to appropriate resources.

Here at Harlots, we pride ourselves on the phenomenal selection of escorts available. This means that it is often tricky to choose between them! So why not bring your friends, book two escorts or a whole group!

Two Escorts

Plenty of Harlots escorts offer ‘doubles’ which means you can choose and pay for two escorts to see in one booking. You are the star of the show and they will both be working to please you.

If you want to watch two escorts pleasing each other, a ‘bi-double’ might be for you. By paying both escorts extra, you can enjoy watching girl-on-girl plus having them please you. Check out the escorts that offer bi-doubles here.

Two Clients

If you and a friend would like to see an escort at the same time, we can make that happen too! Look for escorts with the tag “2 Guys / 1 Girl.” If you are unsure, our reception team is happy to help. This booking is held in-house and paid per person, plus an extra which depends on which escort you would like to see. Within the booking, there are other extras that could be fun to experiment with, like double penetration and anal, so be sure to read what the escort offers and charges.

Couples

To spice up your intimate life with your partner, some escorts offer ‘couples’ bookings where communication and mutual pleasure are paramount. A couples booking is totally customisable based on the escort’s extras and your desires. It’s an excellent way to intensify the bedroom. You can find escorts that offer couples bookings here.

Group Bookings

And if these options are still not what you’re after, check out the escorts with the tag “Group bookings.” Group bookings can be a combination of the above bookings, with multiple clients and multiple escorts all involved. Have a look at each escort’s profile for extras you might want as well. Feel free to book ahead of time so they are all available. These bookings are paid per person per escort, so each client pays for time with each escort and you can share your time between them.