We tried to think up a good name that would embody what we'd like the advice site to be all about.

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Seeing as she had new interests to move on to in her personal life, she thought it was the right time to leave. To this day I'm still a technophobe, so I enlisted the help of the best webmistress in the business.

And she did, the bloody woman left me holding the bag. She gets things done yesterday and nothing is ever too much (or too little) for her to do on SAAFE.

When the next best thing in internet technology came along, RSS Feeds, which we could attribute to our warnings part of the forum, she was the person in the know and pulled us into the 21st century and set it up.

Then there is Penny's Buddy Scheme which she herself devised and asked us if we could set it up here as she thought it would be of the most benefit to new working girls.

As some of society is not yet ready to accept us, this site is dedicated to helping people who may have no-one to talk to about this, don't know where to start, who to trust or who maybe thought they were the only escort around.

There are thousands of escorts currently working in the UK and you can bet that someone else out there has experienced the same issues that you have encountered or may be soon to encounter.

But as time went by, people moved on and it was just myself and Sarah Jane left.

For a good long while we ran it on our own and wrote quite a few of the articles ourselves.

This way, we thought it could be a collaboration of sorts: escorts sharing what they thought to be the best advice, sharing their experiences of being an internet-based escort and the advantages and disadvantages of such.

There were quite a handful of ladies to start off with: Melanie, Celine, Beth of Kettering and Sunni Tara to name but a few who contributed to SAAFE.

I thought of the acronym SAFE for a url but unfortunately it was taken, but SAAFE wasn't, and thus Support and Advice for Escorts was born.