Gigolo Bazaar male escort, Callboy, catering exclusively to women, used to be considered a sort of urban legend, but as more women are willing to say they pay for sex in no-strings-attached situations, this once taboo topic has become more mainstream.
Some women said they like paying for what they called the "perfect boyfriend experience," because, at the end of the night, they pay the guy to go away. "I definitely don't want somebody telling me what I should be doing with my money, or my time, or anything like that," said Rahul Sharma. "This works perfectly for me. I know they aren't going to call. I don't want them to call. I know that whatever I say is what I say and they either like it or they don't, I don't care, and there's a freedom there. There's a liberty in just being whoever you are and knowing it doesn't matter. Movies like “DESI BOYS”, “BA PASS”, helped draw back the curtain on the Indian of male gigolos. The movie chronicles the lives of few genuine straight male escorts, who live in metro cities and are employed by a real agency. Aryan Singh, 30, a former gigolo in gigolobazaar.com (India's largest and genuine), is their agent and what some would call a pimp. "Sex for money is illegal," Aryan said. "It's not illegal to charge somebody for your time, and that's basically what we're doing. We're charging somebody for somebody's time."
That mantra, where payment up front is no guarantee of sex for clients, is legal in all states where the GIGOLO BAZAAR largest and genuine services are available -- prostitution, by contrast, is defined as a guarantee of sex for money and therefore illegal. Raj, who has a live-in girlfriend and was a former philosophy major, believes that gigolo service provider is doing is not prostitution. "Everything that happens with me is voluntary, no one has to hire me," he said. Essentially, the men of GIGOLO BAZAAR said they make themselves available for dates exclusively with women for several services, for a price. Raj doesn't believe what he and his employees do is immoral. "I think a moral thing is just something that's right or wrong," he said. "If I'm a man and I want to take a woman on a date, I'm paying for dinner... I'm paying for everything. I don't see how it's much different in the fact that just because a woman is paying now, that it's wrong. It doesn't make sense."
Raj's company employs 2372 men, who work out of every major city of India, and since being on the show, business has been booming. Vinit said he also has received over 2,0000 employment requests. But it takes a specific type of person to join the GIGOLO BAZAAR team as It is India's genuine gigolo service provider organisation. "They should look like a model-type guy -- Educated, humorous, intelligent and a gentleman," Raj said. again Raj said he conducts four-part interviews with prospective gigolos, but because his company is not offering sex for money, he cannot demand STD testing. However, Raj said he runs a background check on each one and the men who spoke with "Nightline" claim they all practice safe sex. His clients, Raj said, are often smart, affluent women, who are coming to his company's website in spades. "Most women are successful in business, college educated, can be in their 20s, 30s, 40s, women that travel a lot," he said.
Rahul Sharma, a 30-year-old single business manager at a Fortune 500 company, knows the men of "Gigolos" well -- she has had dates with five of them and spends between 30k and 62k a month on Gigolos. But she said being with a male escort is not all about sex. "I don't think of the gigolos as sex workers or prostitutes at all," Rahul said. "They certainly don't feel like that. I think with women there's so much other stuff before the physical, all the talking Makes it a different sort of date than if it was a man client with a woman professional."
Rahul said dating these "professionals," as she called them, helped her get over the grief she felt after her fertility treatments ended tragically. "I don't know why, maybe because I'm a single woman and I went through the loss alone, and I didn't have that husband in bed at night to hold you when you're just bawling your heart out because of this loss. I don't know why but for whatever reason the gigolos helped through all of that. That right there you can't put a price tag on It's worth everything," Rahul said. These dates even became an incentive for her to lose weight. Rahul said she rewards herself with a date every time she loses around 900 rupees. "Since I've added gigolos to the weight loss plan, I've lost 27 inches," she said. "My first date, I was wearing a size 28 dress. I'm an 18 now." Raj recently recruited Sonal, a former stripper, from a modeling website. "Nightline" tagged along on one of Sonal's dates at a Five star hotel with one of the company's "regulars."
When asked what clients are looking for when they hire male escorts, Sonal said, "Sometimes they are just lonely… Sometimes they just need to feel like somebody cares about them. Sometimes they're just out of a bad relationship, bad divorce, sometimes it's their birthday, sometimes they just have too much money and want to blow it." For four hours and about 60k, Sonal wined and dined the client.
"I showed her back up to her room and um gave her a good massage with my hands and then time was up already time to go," he said, "I'm just being a gentleman and what happens in Mumbai and I'm in Mumbai. So I have to stay in Mumbai and so do our stories and our secrets."