If they come here, they come for that reason — I expect them to be honest with me." What if they're stuck and they're going along with the exhibitionism because they need a place to live? I would say, 'what are your motives for being here? '" I suggest to Rick that a woman who needs somewhere to live, might agree to things she wouldn't otherwise agree to.
He says, "ever since humans have walked the earth, people have had to resort to methods of making money that they didn't want to turn to.
Does he hope it would develop into a physical relationship?
He says, "I’d be fully open to it." Rick has had no responses to his ad.
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He says, "I was freaked out by the kind of seedy free rooms for a young woman, and I wanted to put something out there, for someone who might be stuck." Despite a number of responses, Matthew chose not to let the room.
He says he heard from "prostitutes who wanted to work from the room, people with mental health issues, and people who were flaky." I wonder if Matthew thinks the women he hoped to help were wary, assuming he'd want sex in lieu of rent? Matthew seems genuine, but when I follow up the next day to ask why it was only women he wanted to help (surely young men face similar dangers? Rick is offering a room in zone 3, for up to two months, for £30 a week.
I ask Joe if he specifies what he wants in the gusset — are skid marks welcome? "Erm yeah, nothing when she's on the time of the month and everything else is fine." There have been about 20 responses to his most recent ad, and three previous tenants who stayed three months, five months, and one month each ("she was interning").
He tells me the responses are from women aged 19-35, many of whom are European.
Another is offering rent of £1 per day for an "open minded young girl who would like to explore kink and submission." According to housing and homelessness charity Shelter, ads like these are, "a dangerous attempt to establish deeply exploitative relationships." In a 2016 blog, Shelter wrote that by posting these ads, men are intentionally targeting desperate women who feel they have no other options.