Despite their differing reasons for becoming prostitutes (and that's what they are, some of the girls are quick to remind each other), the four become good enough friends to start hanging out regularly.Conflicts arise due to obvious differences, but the girls weather the storm by banding together to commiserate, shop, and screw with some of the nastier johns.The young well-off Ronnie desires for excitement out of her bored life, she becomes the IT girl among the internet "dating" forums.Estranged from her family, Lin sees compensated dating as having fun while she's being paid.My companion, a wealthy finance type, was telling me all about himself and posing questions that suggested he was interested in me.Then, matter-of-factly, he said, “Whether I met you on the site or at the Standard, you’d cost me at least 10 grand a month.”The site he was referring to was Seeking Arrangement, an online network that pairs people possessing resources (“sugar daddies” and “sugar mommies”) with those, usually much younger, seeking them (“sugar babies”).Giving pleasure to your wife on the sabbath is one. The Japanese health minister recently referred to Japanese women as ‘baby-making machines’. There’s an urban myth in Israel to explain the above-average breast size of Israeli women that the government puts hormones in dairy products. We were at Megu, a pricey Japanese restaurant in Midtown Manhattan, eating perfectly cooked Kobe beef.
In the mid-1990s and early 2000s, the iconic Burberry check became associated with “chavs” in the United Kingdom, a term coined in the 1990s to describe, in the words of the Oxford English dictionary, “a young lower-class person typified by brash and loutish behavior and the wearing of (real or imitation) designer clothes.” Burberry check baseball caps, jackets, and shirts were all popular with this demographic, who were repeatedly pictured dressed in Burberry by the mass media.
Four young girls from the "Me" Generation meet each other on the internet, crossing paths at "compensated dating".
They live without the bounds of morality, experiencing life as only their generation could.
Director Kenneth Bi makes one for hire with Girl$, a youth prostitution drama that qualifies as his slickest and most watchable, if not really the best film in his filmography.
Basically a 21st century update on the PR Girls formula, Girl$ follows four different young women and their experiences in the world of compensated dating, where girls are paid to date and not necessarily perform sex acts.