Hong kong teenage girl convicted of offering compensated dating
The woman he met took him to a social event that made him realise how poor his social skills were.Determined to change himself, he opened accounts on social media and became a part-time boyfriend. I want to train myself to meet more people,” Brian says.After all, I’m not selling my body.” The part-time partner phenomenon works both ways, and part-time boyfriend Brian, 23, is certainly no gigolo.
“Many people (on Instagram) accuse me of being a prostitute, but I have learned to be patient with them,” she says.
To more mature clients, she is an equally good companion, able to sympathise with the problems they face in their careers or family lives.
Celine also broadcasts live chats on Instagram, where she shares her thoughts on topics that interest her, such as the part-time partner phenomenon, why boys like looking for part-time girlfriends, and even her views on education.
Jo, a 16-year-old student in Hong Kong, opened an Instagram account in May to offer her services as a part-time girlfriend.
She’s trying to save HK,000 (RM21,996) to buy a clarinet, she says, and made HK,000 (RM1,649) in her first month.