I think users do need to put themselves in the model’s (high heeled presumably) shoes on this stuff. They are working a job that is 100% dependent on tips (or close to it in most cases) and that the fact of life is sometimes those tips come in and sometimes they don’t despite their efforts. I think literally any one of us in that job is going to try to maximize business relationships with users who have proven they will tip the most to the best of their abilities. That’s what puts food on the table, pays the bills, etc.
There are a lot of things that get tied up in these virtual relationships - issues with sex, interpersonal communication, greed, desire for control, jealousy, etc - most of which the model is not asking for and isn’t responsible for (there are some models who invite drama, but that’s a different topic)
The user needs to make their own decisions about how much time they want to spend in a room and whose room in the first place, but they can’t dictate who the model chooses to have in their room. These situations come up and I think as a user what it really comes down to is how does the model handle the situation. Am I treated with respect even if my “role” in the room has shrunk a little?
Honestly, from misterical’s account it sounds to me like the model is trying to be sensitive both to him and to the other user - it is just a tough needle to thread in this case IMO