London’s Love Affair with Straight Male Escorts
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‘Drug-crazed idiot’ Boy George jailed for 15 months for chaining male escort to wall and beating him
By MATTHEW DRAKE UPDATED: 16:38 GMT, 17 January 2009 The former Culture Club singer – real name George O’Dowd – shackled Audun Carlsen to a wall of his flat and lashed him with a chain while shouting insults at him. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1119427/Drug-crazed-idiot-Boy-George-jailed-15-months-chaining-male-escort-wall-beating-him.html If you research deeper and look more closely you might just find the greater truth of the emerging male escort movement in the Greater London.
Articles that support the rise in popularity of London Male EscortCity’s female high-flyer total doubles in a year
According to Lucy Tobin in an article published in The Independent on Monday 28th October 2013, the proportion of women reaching top-level management positions in the City has doubled in the past year, research published today reveals. It is still a far cry from gender equality, however: 12 per cent of managing directors – the level just below the board – are now women, up from 6 per cent in the previous year, while 19 per cent of all directors are now women, against 14 per cent in 2012. The research, from financial services recruitment firm Astbury Marsden, also found that the percentage of women working in the City has grown this year, with women now accounting for a fifth of all professional level City employees, up from 18 per cent last year. See the full story at http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/citys-female-highflyer-total-doubles-in-a-year-8907761.html
Rise of the ‘freemale’: Number of single women doubles in three decades
According to an article By Steve Doughty published in the Mail Online femail on 23rd January 2009 The number of single women has more than doubled over the past three decades, official figures showed yesterday. Many of these ‘freemales’ have chosen an independent life over having a husband and family.
The study provides fresh evidence that millions of women have turned their backs on the traditional pattern of marriage and children before the age of 30. Some 51 per cent of women under 50 have never been married, double the figure recorded 30 years ago. Around a third of these unmarried women are living with a partner – but there is evidence that many of these relationships are relatively short-lived. More than half of cohabiting couples who do not marry break up within three years and only a quarter maintain their relationships for more than five years. By the age of 30 one in five women has gone through a broken cohabitation, the report said. Robert Whelan of the Civitas think tank said the rise of the ‘freemale’ was a mixed blessing. ‘Some people live on their own because they want to,’ he added. ‘Some women make the choice that they don’t want to be married. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1126658/Rise-freemale-Number-single-women-doubles-decades.html#ixzz2v3tb1Xpq
House husband backlash as high-flying wives ditch men they wanted to stay at home
It’s the bitterest of ironies: thousands of men who’ve given up work to care for their children are being ditched by their high-flying wives – who wanted them to stay at home in the first place. The phenomenon of the househusband is an increasingly popular one. The number of men deciding to become househusbands has increased by a staggering 83per cent since 1993. According to recent figures from the Office for National Statistics, there are more than 200,000 fathers in the UK choosing to give up their careers and raise their children at home. In short, having a man whose primary function is not as alpha male breadwinner, but domestic drudge just ain’t sexy. Divorce lawyer Vanessa Lloyd-Platt says that in her experience, the decision to allow the wife to be the main wage earner will have a detrimental effect on as many as half of these relationships, and that divorce statistics in these cases have risen by at least five per cent in the past two years. Read the full article http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-467390/Househusband-backlash-high-flying-wives-ditch-men-em-em-wanted-stay-home.html
London Attitudes to gender roles: change over time
Britain’s largest independent social research agency. By really understanding the complexity of people’s lives and attitudes, we give the public a powerful role in shaping decisions and services that make a difference to everyone. Figure 5.2 shows the percentage of people who agree to each of the following two statements about the gender division of responsibilities around providing an income versus looking after the home: A man’s job is to earn money; a woman’s job is to look after the home and family Both the man and woman should contribute to the household income
In the mid-1980’s, 43 per cent in 1984 and 48 per cent in 1987 of people supported a gender separation of roles, with the man in the ‘breadwinner’ role and the woman in the caring role. Over the past three decades there has been a dramatic shift in attitudes to gender roles. In 2012, only 13 per cent of people or one person in eight thinks that this should be the case. Read the full article at http://www.bsa-30.natcen.ac.uk/read-the-report/gender-roles/attitudes-to-gender-roles-change-over-time.aspx
Male Escorts London Conclusion
Search the web and you will find an increasing number of articles and facts that point to the changing role and lifestyle of woman in London. Based on these facts it is of little to no surprise that there is a growing demand for handsome articulate straight male escorts London.