So many people have this idea that sex work
makesus unfit for or bored with recreational sex.
It seems innocent enough on the face of it. If you do
something repeatedly, you eventually get tired of it.
Do you get tired of eating? You probably would if
it was always the same meal. The variety in our work
is different clients. It’s more interesting than
sex in in a monogamous relationship
Don’t assume the partner who enthusiastically consented
to sex didn’t enjoy herself. Full service sex work is
more than sex. We offer all-round therapy to our clients.
A sex worker is someone who provides sexual or sexual related services in exchange for money, drugs, or other favors. Sex worker is a term that acknowledges the work part of jobs in the sex industry.
Helpful Tips for Sex Workers
For the body: Keep your pubic hair trimmed short, it makes it easier to check for STI’s and lice. Inspect your date’s sex parts for signs of STI’s before sex.
Try and use body language that shows confidence and control. Stay focused and make sure your limits are clear; Pee often, this will decrease your chances of getting a urinary track infection.
Try not to brush your teeth or eat hard candies before a date, this can make sores in your mouth that infections can get into.
Keep your mouth moist, drink a lot of water, especially if you are getting high, because drugs dehydrate you; Be in control!
It is not safe to let a date tie you up, blindfold or hand- cuff you. If your date wants to play like that you need to stay in control.
For your mind: Keep your work and personal life separate.
In the street: Use a buddy system. If you work alone, pretend you have a friend with you. When you get in the car call out the plate number to someone. Warn each other of violent dates or dates who do not pay.
Make your jobs safer, work together, support each other. Try and stay alert, try not going to work really high or really drunk, this can be very dangerous.
For Women: Tight pants, nylon underwear and stockings can cause yeast infections. Try cotton underwear, crotchless or none at all.
Try and wear shoes that you can run in or take off easily in. Try and use tampons rather than pads, pads can cause infections.