gigolo


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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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That began an 18 year career in Mexico where Gigolo became a superstar and established his long time rivalry with fellow IWA superstar Discovery.
Was he really a gigolo or was he just fooling around with women for his own satisfaction.
Three Greensons Gigolo straws offered for auction by Mr Havard of Sennybridge sold for pounds 787 per straw, surpassing the pounds 450 per straw for Gigolo semen realised in February 2008.
Greensons Gigolo was bred by Cambridgeshire-based breeder D & MK Green & Sons.
A Buddhist and A humanitarian worker, Richard couldn't be more different from his shallow and vain American Gigolo alter ego.
Instead, it concentrates on the small grace-notes of human encounters, whether over a dinner table as gigolo and client go through a ritualistic date, at a bar when gigolos talk about their craft, or in Sacha's apartment as he kills time during the day.
The precise definition of the word gigolo is, indeed, a man paid to be a woman's lover.
Gigolo looks at a group of friends who decide to get off the dole and become male escorts.
Along the way, he meets pleasure-seeking robot Gigolo Joe (Law) and comes face-to-face with robot hunter Lord Johnson-Johnson.
While at times exaggerated, Baisden successfully incorporates the mythical gigolo into an engrossing read.
As both writer and star of Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, Schneider's profile has rocketed virtually overnight.