It isn’t that I fundamentally disagree with most of the basic principles of feminism. I don’t! But I cannot in good conscience call myself a feminist. More
Topic: sex work
Like any subculture, the subculture of sex workers has its trends. More
The sad truth is that there are a lot of aspects of my work that are dishonest. I dishonestly use a false name, I dishonestly pretend to be turned on by clients or activities that hold little appeal for me, I dishonestly portray myself as ecstatically happy even when I’m in the throes of severe depressive episodes. More
I understand why Daniel is uncomfortable with my work–it is a tragic failing of most men that they want to own the women they love–but that doesn’t make it any easier.
PLUS: How readers can see me speaking live about sex work. More
This is a far cry from all the time I wasted in middle school, waiting to be the last girl in the bathroom so no one would hear me pee. More
I know other women have found partners who accept and even encourage their participation in all aspects of the sex industry, but for better or worse, the man I have chosen either can’t or doesn’t want to accept anything but the bare minimum of physical contact with my clients. More
Sex work can be an incredibly isolating profession. In a world where our work is at the very least frowned upon, if not directly criminalized, it’s extremely difficult to find support. Even relatively understanding civilian friends tend to be unable to truly relate to the difficulties of life as a sex worker. Too often, the solution to a complaint about work is, “Well, if you hate it so much, why don’t you quit?” More
I lived in my cozy little sex worker-friendly utopia for quite a while before I realized that all was not just “rights not rescue” hashtags and descriptions of the harm of stigma that spanned several tweets. There was a dark side to sex worker Twitter, and it wasn’t in the small divisions and little tiffs between the anti-capitalists and the libertarians or the misandrists and women who truly, deeply love men. The dark side of sex worker Twitter is caused entirely by the frequent invasion by sex worker exclusionary radical feminists (SWERFs) and trans exclusionary radical feminists (TERFs). More
“Why are you here?” the woman at the desk asked.
“We were supposed to make videos,” I told her, “there wasn’t any escorting mentioned at all.”
“Well,” said the woman, “we don’t make videos here, so I don’t know what to tell you.” More
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Though I enjoy my life as a sex worker, I know there are people who do not. Nevertheless, I felt shock and sadness upon meeting an unhappy, alcoholic hooker. More
I embarked on my first whoretour with a mixture of fear and excitement. I had a lot to lose, but also the potential to gain just as much. Unfortunately, I mostly lost. More
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This woman was arrested for wearing clothes you’ve probably worn tons of times. More