"A lot of my clients are straight, married men" - Confessions of a male escort

He trained as a chef, but these days 28-year-old Zack from Cape Town spends less time in the kitchen and more time jetsetting around the country...as a male escort.

He recently joined CapeTalk's Sara-Jayne King to explain how he got into this particular line of work and why, according to him, it's so much better than a regular nine-to-five.

First of all I should just say that I don't actually get paid for sex, I get paid for my time.

Zack, male escort

The service that we provide is such a huge variety. You can be someone's boyfriend, you can be someone's friend, you can be someone's gardener! It's just a role that you play during a certain period of time.

Zack, male escort

Zack says there are a lot of misconceptions about what exactly escorts do for clients,

People have this concept of escorts as being just for sex. With some clients you just go for a dinner date. That's it.

So, is there any such thing as a typical client?

A lot of my clients are straight, married men and they can come to me and be who they want to be for that time.

Zack, male escort

Find out more about Zack's life as a male escort:


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