Writer. Sex worker. Erotic connoisseur. UCLA alum. MFA. INFP. More about me: my.bio/mysteriouswitt. Treat my body and mind to a coffee: ko-fi.com/mysteriouswitt

They might see your sexual awakening as “dirty” instead of groundbreaking.

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The negative elements of the sex industry shouldn’t be an excuse to deny us the right to work.

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Reason #2: they haven’t yet accepted it’s okay to pay for sex.

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We can end this violence by ending the stigma and criminalization of sex work.

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What is the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers?


Mine reminds me of the great sex I’ve just had.

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I don’t disrespect them, but I do sometimes feel sorry for them.

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Please respect our time and expertise as WRITERS.

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What if this is how they stay married?

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Yes, even when you’re having sex with your partner.

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