A male sex worker who traded in his career in IT for prostitution says women are increasingly paying for sex rather than dating.
John Oh describes himself as a 'companion for women' in and around Sydney.
He charges up to $2,300 for an overnight stay and full day together, but has a range of prices starting at $400 for a single hour of his time.
He told Daily Mail Australia new research claiming women are increasingly turning to sex workers for physical contact has proven true with his clientele.
'The dynamic between a male escort is different to dating or Tinder,' he said.
'As a sex worker, my motivation is firstly to make my client feel safe and respected. It's not about me. It's not about what I want. It's all about her.'
A UNSW report written by Dr Hilary Caldwell found women felt less 'pressured or put upon to do anything they didn't want... they felt if they said they didn't want to do something, that that would be respected.'
John Oh describes himself as a 'companion for women' in and around Sydney
Other findings included a 100 per cent condom compliance rate - in which all women said the male sex worker was happy and willing to wear protection.
One hour (minimum): $400
Two hours: $600
Extra hours: $300 per hour
Four hour dinner or lunch date: $1,000
Overnight date (7.00pm to 9.00am): $1,600
Full day date (24 hours): $2,300
Source: John Oh Escort
Dr Caldwell said women also felt more secure with sex workers because they weren't scared of being stalked or assaulted for refusing their advances.
Mr Oh said some of his clients have spoken to him about problems they've had meeting men through dating apps like Tinder.
Some have had horrible experiences, including assault, and Mr Oh said it's these risks that are driving women to seek out sex workers.
'It is no surprise to me that more women - as they come to know that services like mine exist - are choosing to pay for sex,' he said.
'They have full control and don't have to worry about managing men's expectations and delicate egos.
'With a sex worker they can say what they want, when, and