Hong kong teenage girl convicted of offering compensated dating
She has no problem with the social stigma attached to being a PTGF. It’s not much different from seeing a social worker.I have nothing to fear about people finding out I’m a PTGF.He adds that he’d always been embarrassed in female company, and still hasn’t quite got the hang of it.“I differ from other PTBFs in that I have low self-confidence.She says most of her customers are introverted, or just lonely and want some company.One had recently broken up with his girlfriend and was looking for a substitute companion.“Some people just ask directly, but I guide them to think differently, to consider whether they really do desire me sexually,” she says. You can have fun with her, but not other girls’.” She suggested he take his wife on a trip because having an affair was not a solution to his problems.
They message each other constantly on a daily basis – at the girl’s initiative.
Jo meets clients, aged between 25 and 35, about twice a week at nighttime and during weekends, when she’s not studying.
The phenomenon of part-time girlfriends – or PTGFs – for rent in Hong Kong has blossomed on social media in recent months.
Jo, a 16-year-old student in Hong Kong, opened an Instagram account in May to offer her services as a part-time girlfriend.
She’s trying to save HK,000 (RM21,996) to buy a clarinet, she says, and made HK,000 (RM1,649) in her first month.