Hello... I was wondering if a "line up" is necessary to meet the courtesans. Is there another way to meet them? The thing is, I'm an incredibly shy person around women... especially beautiful women. Very shy . Heck, I've been looking at this site for about three years before I finally decided to sign up to the message boards. So, anyway, it may sound strange, but I would kind of feel awkward choosing a courtesan from a line up. To me, it's kind of like saying to the courtesans that I didn't select, "...the reason why I didn't choose you is because I think the other person is 'better'." Which is not true. It's sort of like that reality show, "The Bachelor", where the Bachelor gives the rose to the woman and the ones who didn't get picked leave crying and feeling rejected. That's why I never liked reality shows like "The Bachelor" or "The Bachelorette". To me, every single one of those contestants deserve to find the man/woman of their dreams (and not sent home in tears) and I don't want the other girls to feel "rejected" even though I guess "rejection" is a part of their job. So, with that being said, is there another way to meet them? I don't know if the Bunny Ranch (or, actually, since I'm planning to go fly to Las Vegas... I guess the Love Ranch is closer?) has a restaurant on site where I can sit/eat/do my work and if a courtesan wants to sit and talk with me, that's fine. I'd love to talk and meet with her. If not, then that's fine, too. Think of that as the "super shy guy's" way of meeting beautiful women . Sounds like a super hero: Super Shy Guy . By the way... this is kind of how I meet people in public. I just go to coffee shops and sometimes, customers recognize me because I go there often and strike up a conversation. I've gotten to know "random strangers" just by going to coffee shops. The thing is, almost all the "random strangers" who talk to me are guys! In all the years I've been to coffee shops, I've had maybe three women talk to me (one was pretty attractive). But of these three women who talked to me, one of them happened to recognize me because she knew my parents from years back (when I was young and she was a teenager). Another one knew me because she and I shared a summer class at the library, again from many years back (she recognized me and I didn't recognize her).