The New York Post sent a reporter all the way to Las Vegas, to review the services of the first male prostitute at a legal brothel. She paid $500 dollars for the two hour deluxe and then just moped around refusing to have sex with him. In the end, she gave the guy a bad review and dissed him because he felt like he had failed her somehow. This is like paying for a deluxe sushi repast, refusing to eat any and then writing about how you're not willing to consume raw fish.
They should have sent a girl that really likes sex, had her buy the 40 minute standard offering for $200, go in, lay down and say "go boy, we haven't got all night". Then do an objective write up of value received for money. 40 minutes should be plenty of time to establish exactly what this guy has to offer.
It's whores, not E Harmony. Am I wrong here?