London, Nov 30 (ANI): For most couples, getting ready for work means a rushed breakfast, a swig of coffee but for this unusual couple it is about preparing themselves to sleep with someone else's husband or wife-only to solve their bedroom issues.
Sarah Moore and beau Geoff Daniels are trained sexual surrogate partners and work as a partnership to help men, women and couples overcome problems in the bedroom.
They have been sex surrogates for 19 years, during which time Sarah, 39, has had sex with 3,323 men, including 52 virgins whereas American-born Geoff, 40, has slept with 2,162 women, helping 49 of them lose their virginity.
The couple has traveled the world speaking to individuals or couples who suffer with sexual problems, or feel nervous about losing their virginity.
They then help them by talking openly about the problem, giving therapeutic massage, lessons in self-pleasuring or full sex.
"We are proud of the way we earn a living and never feel bad about sleeping with other people's husbands, wives, or long-term partners. We are not paid to simply have sex with someone for their own kicks and cannot be compared to prostitutes," the Sun quoted Moore, who lives and works between her home in Hammersmith, west London, and Los Angeles, as saying.
"Our clients have been referred to us from doctors because they have a specific sexual problem and need help. Everybody we help is spoken to at length first and has a goal about what they want to achieve in the bedroom," she added.
Sarah and Geoff met while studying counseling at a New York university.
Sarah recalls: "I lost my virginity at the age of 15 and from then I knew I wanted sex to be a big part of my life. I met Geoff at the age of 20. It was love and lust at first sight and we've been together ever since."
The couple decided to study sexual surrogacy and took the unusual step of working as a partnership.
Despite their job, there is no jealousy between Moore and Daniels.
"Just as Sarah does with men, I see all my patients as women I am being paid to help. We have an agreement not to talk about our work at home as we don't want to bring them into our private lives," said Geoff.
"I love Sarah as my partner and that doesn't cross over with the physical times I share with other women," he added.
Sarah concluded: "We know our job is unusual but we wouldn't do anything else in the world. It's our calling to help others discover that sex can be a fantastic part of life and we'll still be doing this when we're 70 years old." (ANI)