“You feel the sense of danger — like, school does not feel safe.”
“At first it’s like, ‘Um, why are you talking to someone in prison?’”
“What do I have to do to qualify? Like, besides being a professional whore?”
“If I got pregnant, I would not live through that experience.”
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“I want it to be understood that I’m not scorned. I’m not sad because I didn’t get him as a boyfriend.”
“What could be more like living your life to the fullest than going to a sex party?”
“I thought [the NDA] was really creepy. If he's asking for that, like how much more weird could it get?”
“Sugaring seemed fun and the taboo nature of it made it extra spicy.”
“I’ve had girls that have messaged me, like, ‘I just went out on this terrible date, but can I see your dick?’”
A small but growing number of men doing sex work are catering to women clients by taking consent and gender equality seriously — and offering emotional labor as part of the deal.