EENZ Express Exposés will highlight one of the wonderful providers in the NZ Sex work community. Their Q&A’s will be placed here so you can keep up to date and have a good read!
Mistress V - Welcome to her world.
The opening text on her website sums up your potential experience with Mistress V. So much so that her parting words ‘Surrender yourself to me’ made me wonder what I’d gotten myself in for.
Amy Maxine - T-Girl next door.
Amy lets it all come out in our latest exposé. Candid answers to all our burning questions. Which means everything you wanted to know and more!
Matilda Watts - Professional Sweetheart
Matilda Watts fascinates us all! So, it felt only fitting to barrage her with questions to learn as much as possible.
Matilda Watts – Professional Sweetheart
Matilda Watts fascinates us all! So, it felt only fitting to barrage her with questions to learn as much as possible. Read her exposé.
Amy Maxine –
T-Girl next door
Amy lets it all come out in our latest exposé. Candid answers to all our burning questions. Which means everything you wanted to know and more! Read her exposé.
Matilda Watts – Professional Sweetheart
1. How long have you been in the industry and what was it that interested you about escorting?
I saw I Q&A post from an Auckland provider in mid-2018, I remember reading their answers and they evoked a deep curiosity about sex work. I sat on the idea for about a year, and eventually got frustrated with the paycheque-to-paycheque lifestyle that is synonymous with being a student. I spoke with my best friend about it at length, and a week later had an interview at an agency in Wellington. I bounced through my front door a few hours later exclaiming “I’m self-employed!”. I had my first booking a few days later and quickly fell in love with the connections, the lifestyle, and the flexibility it awarded me. I studied and kept working my day job for about 18 months after I started in the industry. Since then, I’ve toured the country, moved cities, and currently work as an independent provider in Auckland. It’s been a busy 3 and a half years.
2. As the Professional Sweetheart what can someone expect during a GFE rendezvous with you?
Some may say that “Professional Sweetheart” is an oxymoron of sorts, but I see both those qualities as vital in this industry, and both fully encompass the experience. I pride myself on my professionalism, and that begins the minute you make contact with me. There’s a formality to my correspondence. The way I format my correspondence with you and my succinct communication is carefully sculpted to be both professional, gentle, and unmistakably “Tilly”. It is my goal to assure a smooth taxi, take-off, and landing – so to speak. I have spent many hours curating the professionalism so that when we finally meet, you can have the sweetheart. This means that when we finally do meet, all stress and anxieties of the real world melt away, leaving us comfortable and relaxed with the ability to enjoy our time together. The Professional Sweetheart is discrete, so I won’t give away too many details here, but everything I do is specifically tailored to create a welcoming and nonjudgemental atmosphere for us to fully enjoy, from initial contact to goodbye.
3. What are/is some things that really get you looking forward to a booking?
Nothing gets me excited quite like confirming a booking in only a few messages. Call me boring but clear communication is titillating. I have regulars who are booked in with only one text each way! I always look forward to being treated to a lunch or dinner date, especially if it’s a cuisine I am unfamiliar with. I am a self-titled foodie and enjoy exploring other cultures through food.
4. You’re well-travelled, what part of the world would you want to visit again and again and why?
I’d love to explore the southern European countries and the Balkans more; Italy, Greece, and Croatia. When I travel my camera roll is full of food, art, and architecture. The cities there hold so much vivacious history, what better place to explore?
5. What is your favourite all-time movie?
My go-to movie when I can’t decide is Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. The story is endearing and the cinematography is something you don’t see much of in popular cinema. Every time I watch it I find something else that intrigues me.
6. What would you describe as your ultimate social date?
Yum Cha! I would love nothing more than to eat sticky rice and shumai til we can’t anymore, then head back to watch a film, play a board game, cuddle and get to know each other more. I love learning about culture through food, but I also love its inherently social nature. It gives us a space to share stories, learn from one another, and break the ice.
7. When it comes to conversations with clients what could you talk about for hours?
If you haven’t guessed already, food and art history. Although I have surprised myself with my apparently strong ramen opinions, I could talk about that for hours.
8. What are 5 of your all-time loves?
This was surprisingly difficult but if I had to narrow it down to just five: travelling, hazelnut chocolate, baking, salmon, and Christmas
Need a social date idea? Combine all five.
9. What are 5 of your all-time dislikes?
Entitlement, poor hygiene, and a lack of interest in new and unfamiliar things are instant turn-offs, the cold wind always puts a damper on my day, and on a less serious note, I cannot stand banana!
10. What’s a quote to live by?
“Elegance is not being noticed, it’s about being remembered.” – Giorgio Armani
11. You have a distinct sense of style that is embodied in your social media presence, photo shoots, and the snippets of the “behind the scenes” of your space we’ve seen. Can you talk about how you’ve curated that with such consistency?
“Ever since I can remember, I’ve been infatuated with curating my personal aesthetic. The pale pinks and rich forest greens have become somewhat synonymous with Matilda Watts; you seldom get one without the other. Once upon a time, I had dreams of being either a fashion or interior designer. One could say I’ve spent many hours fawning over style and interior decorating content, but it would be a great understatement. I took the time to create a vision board of things I am drawn to, I love pinks, greens, and velvets, and I built my brand around that. I would summarise my style, and space, as a careful balance of comfort, feminine mid-century modern, and opulence.
I have a keen eye for detail, my clients often comment on how I’ve “really thought of everything”, and stepping into my space is like “spending time at a hotel”. I pride myself on having a soft, warm, inviting space that I love to be in. I have filled it with luxurious velvet and fresh flowers; it could not be any more “me”.
12. What are you listening to on Spotify at the moment?
Currently, I’ve been enjoying Taylor Swift’s new album, but I listen to a lot of Black Pumas and Kaytranada when I’m taking time for myself. If you pay attention to the music I play in a booking you can get a small taste of my eclectic taste.
Amy Maxine – Your gorgeous T-Girl next door
How long have you been in the industry and what was it that interested you about escorting?
February, just gone, I celebrated 5 years of being in the industry. It’s fair to say that up until about a couple of months before I started I had not given it any thought at all and probably believed quite a few stigmas about it.
I had been on FetLife for a short while looking to explore my sexuality but nothing felt comfortable and the quality of enquiry was substandard to my liking.
Out of a random moment of curiosity, I applied to the NZPC for an information pack. Reading the information, I was blown away by how straightforward the information was and how many “normal” people were doing it! There was advice on keeping safe, boundaries, and marketing advice.
Stigmas fell away. This was waaay better than my experience so far and I might make some extra cash?!
I knew someone who had a booking with a client and we drove to his house, I was going to be security waiting in the car. She panicked and asked me to do it instead. In a moment of “it’s now or never” I went inside. He was the kindest man I’d ever met. Even though he was the first man I’d ever been intimate with I left feeling on top of the world and I had in my hand more money than I’d normally make in a day. I created an advert and now I’m here!
As the T-Girl Next Door, what can someone expect during a GF Experience with you?
Me! While there are moments in a booking that requires professionalism (the enquiry, getting payment, consent, communicating boundaries, safety) you get the dorky, fun, chatty me. I can’t act at all so you get the enthusiastic goofy me.
I also love to do kink extras, but as a GFE provider. I can smack, cane, and milk, but don’t expect a dungeon or a dominatrix. If I see a massive pimple ready to be squeezed I will be asking if you’ll let me pop it.
First time? Great, it’s my first time with you too, so let’s make some memories worth having.
Yeah, I have a bit extra down there (a girldick, a princess wand), that may be why you booked me. While I never discuss the specifics of a hypothetical booking, everything I’m possibly comfortable doing is listed in my services and I’m happy to explore them with you as long as you don’t forget I’m also human. Leave your world behind for a moment and join me in creating a happy sexy little world of our own together.
What is/are some things that get you looking forward to a booking?
A straightforward enquiry that tells me what I need to know (name, preferred day/time, how long you want to book for) with plenty of notice (the day before is perfect but some days I can do with 2-3 hours notice) with some warm personality that makes me believe that they’re really looking forward to seeing me.
You cannot underestimate that! It tells me soooo much about you. It doesn’t just give me the practical information I need to work with. It tells me you’ve read my advert and you value my time and you’re serious about having a good time with me.
I can extrapolate a lot about the kind of person I’m about to meet with an enquiry like that, good things that get me excited about being with you. I’m thinking to myself in the shower “OMG OMG OMG he understands the assignment”.
It doesn’t matter at all what he looks like or how old (as long as he’s old enough!). If he can get that enquiry right, my experience is that this is a booking to look forward to. I’m thinking “He’s got his shit together, he’s friendly and he’s proven he’s serious about meeting me” and that’s seriously hot as fuck!
What is your favourite all-time movie?
Ohh there are so many!
- I love the latest Star Trek movies and I’m really hoping Paramount keeps making more of them.
- Karl Urban as Bones is dreamy and perfect casting.
- Flight of the Navigator is my favourite old movie.
- A special mention to a movie I saw on Netflix called Interceptor, a great gritty movie with a female lead that kicks ass.
- My favourite trans movie is from 2014 Boy Meets Girl.
I was already following the lead actress Michelle (Chelle) Hendley on YouTube, her transition story was inspiring (we were both hairdressers). She is incredible as the lead in this dramatic comedy.
What would you describe as your ultimate social date?
I like to think I’m easygoing, but I do like to be kept informed as to what’s been planned.
A movie, a meal, a cafe, a social function as your “plus one”, whatever you have planned just remember to relax and have fun.
A great social date is one where we’ve had some lively chat and enjoyed each other’s company no matter how different in life we might be.
Treat me well like we’re on a proper date and I’ll remember it forever, that’s my soft spot.
When it comes to conversations with clients what could you talk about for hours?
Just about anything!
The space inside a ping-pong ball, what if there was a whole universe inside? Would there be copies of us? Is our universe inside a ping-pong ball?
While some personal information is off limits, in keeping with the professional transactional nature of our relationship, there’s still a lot to be said!
What’s your favourite colour, and what’s your favourite childhood memory? If dinosaurs never got wiped out would mammals still become a dominant species? Would humans have evolved or would there be intelligent lizard people? Would we look like one of the five Xindi species in Star Trek Enterprise Season 4? Oh yup, give me time and all things lead to Star Trek eventually
If the conversation is the client expressing trans tropes in the vein of “no offence but..” I will take offence because I just shared my body to make you cum so I can buy groceries and pay bills. If you’re going to make fun of me and not be open to learning something new about trans people then you can gtfo right now.
If a client is honestly and humbly curious, I will happily answer any question to the best of my ability and eagerly have him back to show him more, and answer more questions if there’s time.
What are 5 of your all-time loves?
- I love feeling like I’ve connected with you on some level that makes us both feel like we can’t wait to see each other again. It doesn’t have to be a deep connection, simply enjoying our time together is something I really love.
- My family (including my pets), are my drive and motivation and refuge in everything I do.
- Camping! I love camping and I have a few favourite spots I love to stay at when I can. One spot I cannot return to, that will always be dear in my memory, is in what used to be a valley and is now permanently under many metres of water… the Clyde Dam.
- I love my own company. I seriously believe in being your own best friend. When you are your own best friend you’re never truly lonely whether you’re alone or with others.
- I love life. I love the ‘miracle’ of being alive against incredible statistical odds. To be able to experience all that I can, learning, growing, and feeling. No matter what beliefs or non-beliefs you might have, we only get one short burst of life each before returning to the long dark night, and that’s something to be loved and cherished and experienced to the best of our abilities every day.
What are 5 of your all-time dislikes?
- Unnecessary rudeness, discrimination, and unfairness to others. What/who hurt you for you to be like that? Get therapy and sort it out, there’s no need for that behaviour.
- I dislike the negatives of ageing. Losing the ability to heal as quickly, developing aches and pains and degenerating, wondering what it’ll be that gets us in the end. Not growing old per se, but the aspects that make life increasingly difficult to enjoy fully as we grow older.
- Losing people in any other way besides them growing old. That’s a cruel tutelage for those who loved them who must continue without them.
- I loathe war, and that it’s inevitable at times to protect yourself, your family, and your country against an unreasonable aggressor. What a waste and devastation of so many lives young and old, and the generations to follow who carry the scars of it.
- Greed that knowingly hurts others. I’m all for getting ahead and wanting more out of life, but if in that process you knowingly and deliberately make life harder for others (eg raising rents if you didn’t need to but the market value says yeah go on get that cash, or withholding pay rises in step with inflation), that’s a disgusting way to get ahead.
What’s a quote to live by?
“Everything that exists in this universe is either a duck or not a duck”.
Take from that what you will.
What are you listening to on Spotify right now?
- Andrea Bocelli,
- Nini Rosso,
- Gheorghe Zamphir,
- Tchaikovsky, and many others.
My mum doesn’t have long to live, so I’ve been listening to the classics I know she loves as a trip down memory lane.