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gigolo

(1) A male partner who profits financially from his association (typically sexual) with a woman or women, especially older women.
(2) A male hired as a professional escort or dancing partner for women.
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However, some of these men are angry at being called gigolos and want to be branded only as male escorts.
I am a Gigolo, so if someone in your circle is looking for the same C* please let her inform.
PRETTY ANGRY Mark and Allan with agency paperwork; (Here's what a real gigolo looks like) RICHARD Gere as the stud for hire in the 1980 movie American Gigolo.
Tarter plays Sacha, a professional gigolo with a nice apartment overlooking the Thames and a business partner, Trevor (Sather), who takes his bookings and makes sure the restaurant has the right wine.
His gigolo daysare far behind him, or so he thinks.
A little bit of Deuce goes a very long way ( as compulsive-obsessive beauty Eva (Verboom) can testify ( and he's soon on the trail of the real gigolo killer.
The stunt was promoting a show called Gigolo by the Watermill Theatre Production Company, which centres on two penniless and jobless middle aged men from a Midlands town who decide to become gigolos.
But he admitted it would be difficult to bring charges against gigolos.
Reality TV series 'Gigolos' helped draw back the curtain on the world of male gigolos.
It's proclaimed as the latest instalment in Schrader's "night workers" series of films starting with Taxi Driver in 1976, American Gigolo in 1980 and Light Sleeper in 1992.
Highlights include a woman from Chernobyl with a a dick instead of a nose, another whose cancer has left a hole in her throat and a man with a grudge against gigolos after his penis exploded.
Assorted tour guides, gigolos, cab drivers and priests are all played - with remarkable location-hopping versatility - by Josh Gordon.