Like 22-year-old Akram who trolls chat rooms from a cyber cafe near Andheri station to make assignations with women - single or married - and even men.
He checks for responses to the message he posted earlier as "hunkyfunkydoc" on a sexboard on the Web.
For Kirit Patel, 19, survival sex not only earns him Rs 10,000-15,000 a month but also gives him an entry into high society.
You could meet him at the city's swankiest pub, jiving in his torso-hugging, short-sleeved T-shirt and Levi's jeans. Or be introduced to him at one of those numerous launches at 5-star hotels. Young, anywhere between 15 and 25 years, he could even be the type you would take home to meet your parents.
Except they certainly would not approve of his alternative calling: a teenage prostitute, toy boy, hustler. Perhaps a more appropriate description would be "cyber stud", since cyberspace is where most of the city's call-boys ply their trade.
In fact, sophisticated, well-groomed males who look like models and filmstars can make up to Rs 50,000 in an evening.
Like Mike Fernandes, 26, who boasts that single women like his strong jaw and jutting cheekbones while married ones prefer his listening skills and languorous back rubs.