“Once, in a first booking with a client who doesn't speak, I thought that we'd been very thorough going over all the important details via email.
But when I arrived, I realised the room was set up differently than what I'd expected.
“They can feel a little bit resentful that all their friends are having nights out in pubs at the weekend and they’re left behind.
Sometimes they can feel a bit of anger, so it’s about trying to get past that as well,” she says.
“There were girls who wouldn’t work with disabled guys at all, they were afraid of them.
But I was happy to see them and to bring happiness into their lives.” Through the site, Laura is approached by a range of people, from individuals themselves to carers and even parents of disabled people.
They can often come with some issues.” The job can prove emotionally challenging at times, as Laura’s clients can become frustrated.
She adds that it is not uncommon to find people with disabilities working in the sex industry, as the flexible work schedule can suit people who fatigue easily and who want to define for themselves what they can accommodate at work.
“Since I started work in 2002 I have had clients with disabilities.
For some disabled people, sex workers can help them prepare for romantic relationships.
Laura explains that part of her job is “about giving (people) the confidence to go out there and try to chat somebody up”.