Often in media, sex worker’s lives would ether be very glamorous or very depressive, so it is nice to have someone to write out this post about the dos and don’ts (+ possibly some stuff to prepare sacrifice for), in the world of sex workers..in case anyone found other choices are not as good as what other jobs offer.
So I was inspired by this post – ’50 Things they never tell you about being a chef’ and figured I’d do something similar.
Sex work is an amazing journey and one I’ve been on for almost nine years. It can be rough, brutal, inspiring, easy, transformative, heart-breaking and simultaneously empowering and disempowering in the same breath. I’ve worked in agencies and gained my own personal agency as a woman and sex worker. I’ve worked in brothels and also run my own business where I am in complete control over my branding, marketing and clientele.
I get emails frequently from women and men curious about entering the sex industry and often wonder whether they can hack it in the long term mentally, emotionally and physically. Being on the forefront of humanity and entering and being entered by other people on a primal level can take it’s toll. It also has…
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