Well, if we talk about feelings, walang gender jan. It's a matter of how you portray yourself. So yeah, I don't go for the "walang nawawala sa lalake" because it's a hasty generalization.
To me, however, it's a mutual thing nga. It's true that you ought to save the thera from her current situation pero wag naman yung magpaka-sugar daddy din. Let her learn din on how to live siguro. Most of the women there are young naman so they could still pursue higher dreams
I'll be straightforwardly mean. Most women in this industry are not educated and yes, most of them are from the slams which means, cheaper attitude, no brains. I am not generalizing everyone but most of these women have no etiquette and no eloquent reason to be in the corporate world.
I don't want to be a racist but you're really picking up a stone. I don't want to be a racist as it will surely hurt the theras and I'm not an exemption here. I, on my behalf is just extending myself to a deeper meaning in this industry, to see the world far beyond and for a strategic marketing and will soon be leaving however most woman that chose to work in this industry are incapable of working in legit places or in the corporate world.
Remember, sophistication is not seen in the way you dress and in the way you act. It is seen in the way you think. You're lucky enough if she is educated for she can live without whoring herself again
So here's my advice, think again but don't judge. I for the matter agree with Edmund Dantes, most men are only losing money, a money which they can earn. Eitherway, women are just used as a pleasure machine these days and women are losing their trust, dignity and themselves. Let's face it, we are in denial and will just be fooling ourselves if we say we are not whores, sluts and "bayaran".