Prostitution may be the oldest profession in the world - but that does not make it immune to the modern trappings of consumerism - and that includes review websites.

Singing the praises of a top restaurant on Trip Advisor or rating an Uber driver's route choice is part of every day life for many of us. Those who visit sex workers, from escorts to dominatrixes, similarly share their thoughts on websites such as PunterNet and UKPunternet.com.

On PunterNet, for example, users are invited to comment on the "the premises", "the lady" and tell "the story" - that is, their version of events of how the liaison went. This could include everything from the sex worker's body to her attitude.

Listing the woman's name, location, and date, users on PunterNet can also state whether they would recommend visiting the escort again. Clicking on the accounts marked with a red "NO" reveals the disturbing misogynist attitudes that some customers have.

Some of the reviews harbour a worrying contempt for the woman's autonomy and her right to refuse to perform certain acts. Others complain that some women do not seem to be enjoying the sex.

In one review, a customer described a woman as "truly stunning and new to the business" but "the disappointment" was that she "didn't make too much of an effort" to appear to be having fun.

Another flagged that a woman whom he had visited before was giving him "one-word answers, abrupt, everything I'm saying is wrong, telling me she's tired" before describing how he aggressively had sex with her regardless.

"Wasn't allowed to touch her, she doesn't do any of the likes stated on her profile. Not worth it, I might have as well came whilst playing with myself over a porn on the internet," detailed another.

"Tried to get myself going with some dirty talk but strangely, considering her choice of profession, she wasn't too willing or capable," another punter sulked.

Commenting on such websites, a sex worker named Chantelle told Vice: "If you choose not to offer services like kissing and oral then they will slag you off until the cows come home."

"People will put bad feedback up for no other reason than to spite you," added a woman named Selina. "I'm astonished that some girls are able to keep working considering the bad feedback they have."