How to approach

Your first point of contact will be my assistant Jennifer. She is not “babe” or “sexy”. Please speak to her with respect. Messages saying “hey” or “you available” will be ignored. A proper approach message should go something along the following lines:

”Hi, my name is _____. I found Cherry’s ad on ______. I would like to see Cherry for ___ hours on _____(date). I am interested in exploring _____ (experience or kink). I would like incall/outcall”

You will be required to screen and give a deposit. If you are unwilling to do this, please do not reach out. It is non-negotiable. I understand the tenuous situations that some of you have in your life regarding family, career, etc. What is more tenuous is my personal and physical safety. I see enough clients who offer up their screening information without even having to be asked for it that I do not need to risk my safety in seeing those who won’t provide screening. Your information will be kept confidential.

What’s your menu?

Rather than asking what my “menu” is, ask directly what services you are looking for. Jennifer is experienced in this industry. Trust me when I tell you there is nothing she hasn’t heard before. Good communication is they key to you getting what you want out of your experience with me…and if you don’t have the courage to ask for what you want, we are likely not a good fit.

Sexual Health

There is NO shame in having an STI. There IS shame in having an STI and not notifying the person you are having intimate contact with. If you do not tell a person you are having sex with about your STIs so that they can make an informed choice in whether to engage in intimate contact with you at that time, you are violating their consent. PERIOD.

If you have any open cuts or sores, cold sores, rashes, herpetic eruptions or warts on your mouth or genitals, please let me know as soon as possible before your appointment. If you are feeling the tingle that precedes an outbreak, please let me know as soon as possible before your appointment. If you have a chronic non-contagious condition on your mouth or genitals that might cause me to wonder, please let me know upon booking so that I can research and familiarize myself with the condition. If you are found to have something questionable when you get to the appointment, you will be asked to leave without refund. This is to protect my health, my livelihood AND the health of my other clients.

If you have any unusual symptoms like discharge or blood from the penis/vagina, pain or burning on urination, sore throat, or other cold/flu like symptoms, please let me know as soon as possible before your appointment. There are great discreet clinics in Toronto for testing and treatment for STIs. Please ask me and I can give you links.

I am on PrEP for prevention of HIV infection. I get tested monthly for STIs and before and 2 weeks after a tour. You should be getting tested on a regular basis as well. The more different partners you have, the more frequently this should be, especially if this includes casual hookups with civilian folks as they are less likely to be frequently tested. You can get gonorrhea/chlamydia from uncovered oral, so keep this in mind.

I use a one hand method: one hand to touch your genitals, the other hand to touch my genitals and to put the condom on. Please refrain from touching your own genitals and then touching mine with the same hand. I always use the same hand for these to avoid forgetting in the heat of the moment. It is a good practice to get into as it protects both me and you.

Hygiene and Grooming