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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Afromentalist: 9:24am On Aug 25, 2020
flyingpig:
please respond to my mail n.a. about escort sad
What is it you want to know about escorts ?
Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by janettee(f): 9:31am On Aug 25, 2020
Keiris:


This is a falsehood. Children not visiting their parents is an exception not the rule. The average German is very conservative when it comes to family values and has very close family ties. I wonder how people come to the conclusion that Germans are not close to their parents and neglect them. How many such families have you known?


Go to any old people's home and ask them when was the last time their children or grandchildren visited them, It has been proven by studies that old people are generally lonely, especially the ones in old people's home. I mean the reason they go there in the first place is that nobody is able to take care of them.

https://www.dia-vorsorge.de/demographie/aeltere-sind-besonders-einsam/

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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by janettee(f): 9:39am On Aug 25, 2020
Afromentalist:


It is impossible to talk about family values as if Germany is one single unified entity. The truth is, it greatly differs from region to region. Germany is not a totally unified entity, you have to know the history of the land to understand how and why there are great cultural discrepancies across areas.

What DanielHouston said is therefore correct to the extent that it applies to some regions. What you are saying is also correct to an extent.

But if Germany is to be considered as a whole, I would be inclined to rather agree with you. Compared to most Central and western Europeans countries, Germans are conservative and family oriented.

But I wonder why such a discussion would even take place here. It is of no use to an average Nigerian trying to immigrate.

I think it's important so you can plan where you will live once you go intopension. Some Nigerians choose to go back home with all their savings instead of living in old people's homes.

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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Afromentalist: 9:45am On Aug 25, 2020
Eaztzide:
Danielhouston what do you know about TU Dortmund. Was doing some research on the Rhine-Ruhr area in which Dortmund belongs and I saw the school as one of the best in the area.
Any TU in Germany is a great school. Once you see TU, don’t hesitate, the place is good.

However the amount of work in such universities is massive especially for immigrant students who want to work on the sidelines. Both may not be easily compatible.
Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Afromentalist: 9:48am On Aug 25, 2020
janettee:


I think it's important so you can plan where you will live once you go intopension. Some Nigerians choose to go back home with all their savings instead of living in old people's homes.
I agree it is important for people who are already here and have already found stability.

But in a thread like this one where most people are just looking for ways to come, it is not essential to discuss these issues, especially if it breeds unending pages of debates and controversies.
Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by piper7: 11:52am On Aug 25, 2020
Afromentalist:

What is your level ?

There are Study books I can find for you with exercices and audios.

But I wonder why you would want to learn German with a book only. It is possible but it takes great level of motivation and self discipline that only few people can showcase.

Tell me more, and I will see if I can be of help.
Thanks so much for your help. I'm currently in Nigeria and I'm working towards resuming at a German university by Sept next year. I'll definitely attend a German learning course when I get there but I don't want to stay idle here.
Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Afromentalist: 12:09pm On Aug 25, 2020
piper7:

Thanks so much for your help. I'm currently in Nigeria and I'm working towards resuming at a German university by Sept next year. I'll definitely attend a German learning course when I get there but I don't want to stay idle here.
You did not answer the question.

What is your level (German language) ? I can’t give you any book if I don’t know your level.
Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Afromentalist: 12:16pm On Aug 25, 2020
Fatalveli:
Is it just sex for money like olosho work?

How much do they get paid per outing.
I can’t judge your choices so let me give you the answer straight without dwelling in the ethical aspects of it.

If you want to be an escort, male or female, gay or hetero or bi, you usually have 2 options:

- either you work for an escort agency/club and the likes if you meet their standards
- or you advertise your services on your own on the internet (whitepages and ads websites), applications or even word of mouth.

In the first case, they will set the price and remuneration , in the second You will determine your value yourself.

If you come here as a student, I doubt that the first option be possible for you because of work restrictions, but I am not sure.
Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Nobody: 1:06pm On Aug 25, 2020
Hi guys, Daniel here. I was away on vacation in Croatia and Greece. I spent a few days in Dubrovnik, then the Greek island of Santorini. I went with 2 friends and it was an experience of a lifetime. I feel totally refreshed and relaxed.

There has been a lot of drama lately, even though I can’t see the comments now. Some people feel threatened by the attention this thread is getting and they can’t wait to attack anything I say, to bring some attention to themselves. Some of you are also playing both sides. You ask me for information and sing my praises, then you like comments that are attacking me. It’s okay, I can’t be bothered by that. Happiness is a choice.

That being said, I’ll be leaving this thread and Nairaland officially at the end of this year. I’ve shared almost everything there is to share about life in Germany and this information will always be here. I just want to share some pictures of Christmas in Berlin with you guys, before I leave.
If people like, they can argue and destroy the hard work I’ve put into the thread. I won’t be here to see it anyway. I have done what I came here to do and that’s all that matters to me.

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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Nobody: 1:17pm On Aug 25, 2020
janettee:


Go to any old people's home and ask them when was the last time their children or grandchildren visited them, It has been proven by studies that old people are generally lonely, especially the ones in old people's home. I mean the reason they go there in the first place is that nobody is able to take care of them.

https://www.dia-vorsorge.de/demographie/aeltere-sind-besonders-einsam/


Thank you for this. There are even organizations that plead with people to volunteer, just to come to the homes and speak with old people who are lonely. There’s a difference between having conservative family values and being around your family. Some Germans only see their parents on public holidays and Christmas.
There are a lot of old people homes and special housing for old people, because of this problem. There’s even an Ausbildung for people who want to care for old people. That alone should give a clear picture.

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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Nobody: 1:22pm On Aug 25, 2020
Afromentalist:

I agree it is important for people who are already here and have already found stability.

But in a thread like this one where most people are just looking for ways to come, it is not essential to discuss these issues, especially if it breeds unending pages of debates and controversies.

I am not a travel agent and this thread is not for immigration. This is my open diary about life in Germany and people can use the information as they see fit. I am talking about everything and it is not up to you to tell me what is essential. If people want to debate and be controversial, that’s their problem, not mine.

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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Fatalveli(m): 1:28pm On Aug 25, 2020
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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by piper7: 1:37pm On Aug 25, 2020
Afromentalist:

You did not answer the question.

What is your level (German language) ? I can’t give you any book if I don’t know your level.
I don't know what you mean by level. But if you're talking about my knowledge of German----probably 5/100. I have absolutely little knowledge of the German language.
I really hoped I've answered your question.
Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Joohan: 1:41pm On Aug 25, 2020
Danielhouston:
Hi guys, Daniel here. I was away on vacation in Croatia and Greece. I spent a few days in Dubrovnik, then the Greek island of Santorini. I went with 2 friends and it was an experience of a lifetime. I feel totally refreshed and relaxed.

There has been a lot of drama lately, even though I can’t see the comments now. Some people feel threatened by the attention this thread is getting and they can’t wait to attack anything I say, to bring some attention to themselves. Some of you are also playing both sides. You ask me for information and sing my praises, then you like comments that are attacking me. It’s okay, I can’t be bothered by that. Happiness is a choice.

That being said, I’ll be leaving this thread and Nairaland officially at the end of this year. I’ve shared almost everything there is to share about life in Germany and this information will always be here. I just want to share some pictures of Christmas in Berlin with you guys, before I leave.
If people like, they can argue and destroy the hard work I’ve put into the thread. I won’t be here to see it anyway. I have done what I came here to do and that’s all that matters to me.




Finally, he is back! Welcome back DJ Daniel.

We missed you. How was your journey to Santorini (home of beauty). I hope you'll be able to share some of it with us. Concerning those two faced people, leave them, they'll always exist. Na their indecision cause.

But, the bitter part is that you'll be leaving...pls don't, you can still be around cause someone with vast knowledge of the Deutschland are limited here.

Welcome back, chief!

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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Nobody: 1:44pm On Aug 25, 2020
Fatalveli:
Is it just sex for money like olosho work?

How much do they get paid per outing.

Escorts and olosho are two different, yet related things. A prostitute is strictly a sex worker and you can find them in a brothel or on the street. An escort offers more than sex. Escorts offer satisfaction and pleasure, based on the requests of the client or personal preference.

Some escorts don’t have sex. Some only offer body massage. Some offer body sensations to make you cum. Some are temporary boyfriends/girlfriends and they get paid just to follow you around and act like your boyfriend or girlfriend for a short time. Some cater to your fetishes, which don’t always include sex. Some offer paid friendships and get paid to talk with clients who are lonely. Some offer everything, including sex.

Escorts can work for agencies or work independently. Agencies will provide constant work and safety but they’ll be in control of your activities. Independent escorts use online services for their clients and they can either do it at their home or meet you at your desired location. They are required to pay tax either way, even though most of them don’t.

Gay escorts make €100 - €150 per hour, some charge more or less. And up to €800 - €1,500 for overnight service. Women escorts make €200 - €300 per hour and as much as €3000 overnight. Some of them make €5000 in one outing as travel companions or playing the girlfriend role for a short time.
Meanwhile, the average prostitute (olosho) makes just €30 per sex. If they’re too beautiful, they can charge €50.

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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Okunoyaweeseosa: 1:47pm On Aug 25, 2020
Afromentalist:

You did not answer the question.

What is your level (German language) ? I can’t give you any book if I don’t know your level.
könnten Sie mir bitte mit Bücher für B eins helfen. Danke...
Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by superfelix: 1:48pm On Aug 25, 2020
Welcome Back Daniel!
Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Okunoyaweeseosa: 1:51pm On Aug 25, 2020
Danielhouston:


Escorts and olosho are two different, yet related things. A prostitute is strictly a sex worker and you can find them in a brothel or on the street. An escort offers more than sex. Escorts offer satisfaction and pleasure, based on the requests of the client or personal preference.

Some escorts don’t have sex. Some only offer body massage. Some offer body sensations to make you cum. Some are temporary boyfriends/girlfriends and they get paid just to follow you around and act like your boyfriend or girlfriend for a short time. Some cater to your fetishes, which don’t always include sex. Some offer paid friendships and get paid to talk with clients who are lonely. Some offer everything, including sex.

Escorts can work for agencies or work independently. Agencies will provide constant work and safety but they’ll be in control of your activities. Independent escorts use online services for their clients and they can either do it at their home or meet you at your desired location. They are required to pay tax either way, even though most of them don’t.

Gay escorts make €100 - €150 per hour, some charge more or less. And up to €800 - €1,500 for overnight service. Women escorts make €200 - €300 per hour and as much as €3000 overnight. Some of them make €5000 in one outing as travel companions or playing the girlfriend role for a short time.
Meanwhile, the average prostitute (olosho) makes just €30 per sex. If they’re too beautiful, they can charge €50.

Willkommen mein Herr.
Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by superfelix: 1:53pm On Aug 25, 2020
Danielhouston:
Next, I’ll talk about my travel story to Germany and my first months here, including my student life. Also about other countries, plus more pictures. Thanks

Please, Don't forget about this.

Thanks

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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Nobody: 2:22pm On Aug 25, 2020
About my vacation.

Dubrovnik is very beautiful and a popular tourist destination in Croatia. It is like a mix of Italy and Prague, with a middle eastern mood. The lifestyle is like in Italy, except the fashion. Similar night life, activities, and environment. The architecture is similar to Prague (in my opinion). It is also a lovers’ location. My only turn off was that there were too many kids. If I’m on vacation, I don’t want to be around crying kids and too many families.

The Croatians are nothing special. They’re very similar to Serbians. Infact, they’re almost the same people. They are conservative, they have strong family values and they gossip like Nigerians. They’re friendly until you tell them you’re from Africa. I also find them to be closed minded and fake, as I experienced from talking to them and receiving their service.

I found it weird that many of them want to move out of Croatia. They were so keen about life in Germany and almost everyone I spoke to, kept telling me how they hated their country and fellow Croatians. If you’re going there to vacation, just enjoy yourself and don’t bother much about the locals. They’ll ruin your vacation with horrible stories and government conspiracies.

I can’t talk about life in the country because I’ve only been there once. The only Black people I saw around, were tourists like me and mostly black Americans who live in Europe. I don’t want to sound sexist but I have some strong opinions about Croatian women. I’ll just keep that to myself. I would not live in Croatia but I recommend it for vacation.

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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Nobody: 2:40pm On Aug 25, 2020
Santorini, Greece is a small heaven on earth. If you love nature, sea, beach life, unflavored food, architecture and history, Greece is the best place to be. I felt so relaxed there and I almost didn’t want to leave. I can totally imagine living in Greece if I get old and have my pension money.

We got there late in the evening and our guide picked us up and took us to our apartment. My God, I’ve never seen such beautiful people. Greeks are some of the most good looking people I’ve ever come across. They have Mediterranean looks with European features. I saw many Black people and a lot of mixed babies born to African parents. It was quite funny to see Black people speaking greek language.

They are very welcoming and friendly. But they don’t like immigrants. Our Nigerian boys have done something there. Most of the mixed kids I saw, had Nigerian fathers. So many Igbo boys in Greece. It is like all the Nigerians who couldn’t get access to Western Europe and are illegal, moved to Greece to cope. The police is also dealing with them over there. Illegal immigrants are restless in Greece.

There is also some tension between Greeks and Turks. I don’t know why that is, but most of the Greeks I spoke to, had something bad to say about Turkish people. They are also very grumpy about immigrants taking their jobs and destroying their country. Greece is the second Italy, when it comes to illegal immigrants and flooded with Africans.

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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Nobody: 2:56pm On Aug 25, 2020
The Greek economy is very bad and a lot of people there are poor. I find that quite surprising, given the amount of tourists that go there on a daily basis. A student in Germany will be a rich man in Greece. The food is also not my favorite. I was hungry most of the time, because I could not find something I really liked.

There is a lot of prostitution going on Greece, just like in Italy. You will find street prostitutes, openly looking for clients and will agree to any amount because they’re desperate. A lot of them are male Syrian refugees. I didn’t know why there were many of them standing there, until someone explained to me that they were prostitutes. Men pull up in cars to pick them up. Yes, they are male prostitutes.

My time in Santorini was the best experience I’ve had in 2 years. The beach was so beautiful and the sunset was my favorite thing. I did not go close to water because I can’t swim. I just sat there and cheered my friends.
I wanted to go to Mykonos but European gay men have flooded that place. Last time I went there, it felt strange to be hetero, because almost everyone was gay. I don’t know what it is about Mykonos that attracts gay people.

I would have preferred Mykonos because of the beach parties and younger crowd, but this Corona period is risky. The borders are closed and Mykonos seems like the only place the gays will be flooding this summer. If you’re gay and you want to find a sugar daddy or experience the life of a glitter bug, Mykonos is your ideal place.
If you like it quieter, family like, mixed crowd and beautiful sunsets, Santorini is for you. If you want to see better Architecture and greek lifestyle, go to Athens.

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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Nobody: 3:00pm On Aug 25, 2020
I would love to post some pictures but these are my private vacation pictures and I want to keep them to myself. It was my first time visiting these cities and I only took pictures for my personal use. I posted some on my social media, but as I’m staying anonymous here, I can’t post them here. I hope you understand.

Next I’ll talk about my journey to Germany and my early days as a newbie.

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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Ahappy: 3:04pm On Aug 25, 2020
Danielhouston:
The Greek economy is very bad and a lot of people there are poor. I find that quite surprising, given the amount of tourists that go there on a daily basis. A student in Germany will be a rich man in Greece. The food is also not my favorite. I was hungry most of the time, because I could not find something I really liked.

There is a lot of prostitution going on Greece, just like in Italy. You will find street prostitutes, openly looking for clients and will agree to any amount because they’re desperate. A lot of them are male Syrian refugees. I didn’t know why there were many of them standing there, until someone explained to me that they were prostitutes. Men pull up in cars to pick them up. Yes, they are male prostitutes.

My time in Santorini was the best experience I’ve had in 2 years. The beach was so beautiful and the sunset was my favorite thing. I did not go close to water because I can’t swim. I just sat there and cheered my friends.
I wanted to go to Mykonos but European gay men have flooded that place. Last time I went there, it felt strange to be hetero, because almost everyone was gay. I don’t know what it is about Mykonos that attracts gay people.

I would have preferred Mykonos because of the beach parties and younger crowd, but this Corona period is risky. The borders are closed and Mykonos seems like the only place the gays will be flooding this summer. If you’re gay and you want to find a sugar daddy or experience the life of a glitter bug, Mykonos is your ideal place.
If you like it quieter, family like, mixed crowd and beautiful sunsets, Santorini is for you. If you want to see better Architecture and greek lifestyle, go to Athens.









..boss Daniel,don't leave the thread neither should you leave nairaland,we need people like you here, ignore haters and boasters.
love you bro.

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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Fatalveli(m): 3:06pm On Aug 25, 2020
Danielhouston:


Escorts and olosho are two different, yet related things. A prostitute is strictly a sex worker and you can find them in a brothel or on the street. An escort offers more than sex. Escorts offer satisfaction and pleasure, based on the requests of the client or personal preference.

Some escorts don’t have sex. Some only offer body massage. Some offer body sensations to make you cum. Some are temporary boyfriends/girlfriends and they get paid just to follow you around and act like your boyfriend or girlfriend for a short time. Some cater to your fetishes, which don’t always include sex. Some offer paid friendships and get paid to talk with clients who are lonely. Some offer everything, including sex.

Escorts can work for agencies or work independently. Agencies will provide constant work and safety but they’ll be in control of your activities. Independent escorts use online services for their clients and they can either do it at their home or meet you at your desired location. They are required to pay tax either way, even though most of them don’t.

Gay escorts make €100 - €150 per hour, some charge more or less. And up to €800 - €1,500 for overnight service. Women escorts make €200 - €300 per hour and as much as €3000 overnight. Some of them make €5000 in one outing as travel companions or playing the girlfriend role for a short time.
Meanwhile, the average prostitute (olosho) makes just €30 per sex. If they’re too beautiful, they can charge €50.
I got admission in both Uni Potsdam and Uni Bremen for winter 2020/2021.

Please where do you advice I go in terms of job opportunities while studying and active student life, racism, more blacks etc.
Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Mykelpato(m): 3:36pm On Aug 25, 2020
Danielhouston:
I would love to post some pictures but these are my private vacation pictures and I want to keep them to myself. It was my first time visiting these cities and I only took pictures for my personal use. I posted some on my social media, but as I’m staying anonymous here, I can’t post them here. I hope you understand.

Next I’ll talk about my journey to Germany and my early days as a newbie.

Welcome back bro.
Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by error4040: 4:04pm On Aug 25, 2020
Danielhouston:
Hi guys, Daniel here. I was away on vacation in Croatia and Greece. I spent a few days in Dubrovnik, then the Greek island of Santorini. I went with 2 friends and it was an experience of a lifetime. I feel totally refreshed and relaxed.

There has been a lot of drama lately, even though I can’t see the comments now. Some people feel threatened by the attention this thread is getting and they can’t wait to attack anything I say, to bring some attention to themselves. Some of you are also playing both sides. You ask me for information and sing my praises, then you like comments that are attacking me. It’s okay, I can’t be bothered by that. Happiness is a choice.

We NEED pictures please cry

Danielhouston:

That being said, I’ll be leaving this thread and Nairaland officially at the end of this year. I’ve shared almost everything there is to share about life in Germany and this information will always be here. I just want to share some pictures of Christmas in Berlin with you guys, before I leave.
If people like, they can argue and destroy the hard work I’ve put into the thread. I won’t be here to see it anyway. I have done what I came here to do and that’s all that matters to me.


Abeg ignore such people, they Don't count and don't Matter.

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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Afromentalist: 4:23pm On Aug 25, 2020
Danielhouston:


I am not a travel agent and this thread is not for immigration. This is my open diary about life in Germany and people can use the information as they see fit. I am talking about everything and it is not up to you to tell me what is essential. If people want to debate and be controversial, that’s their problem, not mine.
Calm down.

First of all I was not talking to you, only expressing my opinion. If the thread must be only about you, let me know I will exit peacefully.

Secondly, I don’t know why you are in an attacking mo(o)d(e), I actually liked the thread, your points and tried to defend you.

Finally, perhaps the reason there are so many controversies around here is that you guys can’t tolerate divergence of opinions.

Anyway, far be it from me to disturb your ministry and kingdom here. I’m out.

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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Afromentalist: 4:26pm On Aug 25, 2020
Okunoyaweeseosa:

könnten Sie mir bitte mit Bücher für B eins helfen. Danke...
Shoot me a mail at mentalistafrican@gmail.com I have enough materials for you depending on your goals (B1 / B2 / Testdaf).
Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Nobody: 5:18pm On Aug 25, 2020
Afromentalist:

Calm down.

First of all I was not talking to you, only expressing my opinion. If the thread must be only about you, let me know I will exit peacefully.

Secondly, I don’t know why you are in an attacking mo(o)d(e), I actually liked the thread, your points and tried to defend you.

Finally, perhaps the reason there are so many controversies around here is that you guys can’t tolerate divergence of opinions.

Anyway, far be it from me to disturb your ministry and kingdom here. I’m out.

This is the problem with some of you. You come here pretending to be offering a different opinion but in reverse, you’re attacking my opinion. You were questioning why I talked about something on my thread, and saying it was not essential. Which means you were trying to control the narrative and tell me what not to talk about.
When I tell you I can talk about whatever I want, you see it as me attacking you, then you play the victim.

Why do you guys want to give me your opinions and expect me to just keep quiet and listen to you? Don’t I have the right to defend my opinion? Then you say I can’t tolerate a different opinion. Pls go away with all that. I’m still in vacation mood.

PS: I don’t need you to defend me and I don’t care if you like my thread. I’m writing because I want to. I don’t need the applause.

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Re: Being Black In Berlin/germany by Palehair: 5:25pm On Aug 25, 2020
Danielhouston:
The Greek economy is very bad and a lot of people there are poor. I find that quite surprising, given the amount of tourists that go there on a daily basis. A student in Germany will be a rich man in Greece. The food is also not my favorite. I was hungry most of the time, because I could not find something I really liked.

There is a lot of prostitution going on Greece, just like in Italy. You will find street prostitutes, openly looking for clients and will agree to any amount because they’re desperate. A lot of them are male Syrian refugees. I didn’t know why there were many of them standing there, until someone explained to me that they were prostitutes. Men pull up in cars to pick them up. Yes, they are male prostitutes.

My time in Santorini was the best experience I’ve had in 2 years. The beach was so beautiful and the sunset was my favorite thing. I did not go close to water because I can’t swim. I just sat there and cheered my friends.
I wanted to go to Mykonos but European gay men have flooded that place. Last time I went there, it felt strange to be hetero, because almost everyone was gay. I don’t know what it is about Mykonos that attracts gay people.

I would have preferred Mykonos because of the beach parties and younger crowd, but this Corona period is risky. The borders are closed and Mykonos seems like the only place the gays will be flooding this summer. If you’re gay and you want to find a sugar daddy or experience the life of a glitter bug, Mykonos is your ideal place.
If you like it quieter, family like, mixed crowd and beautiful sunsets, Santorini is for you. If you want to see better Architecture and greek lifestyle, go to Athens.
grin cheesy.... Lol, sorry about your experience but everybody including those in Nigeria knows Mykonos is the gay capital of the world while Atlanta is the black gay capital of the world

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