Showing posts with label escorts. Show all posts
Showing posts with label escorts. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Why is it Legal to Tease, but not to Please?

So, I was asked recently, “why do you think that it’s  legal to tease people, but not legal to please people?” and it really got me thinking.

A lot of people view sex workers as slutty, dirty, without self-worth/self-love, etc. I don’t know why so many people look down on sex work and sex workers, but it just comes with the job. I have learned that some people are open to it, and some people aren’t. It’s just the way it is. So this blog is going to be about my opinions of the legalities of sex work.


Obviously strip clubs are legal, and obviously it’s not a crime to order strippers, or go to a strip club. But, for some reason, it’s illegal to perform sexual favors for money; and I don’t think that it should be. Now, keep an open mind about what my reasons are because they make sense. I have thought about this topic for a while, so don’t think that I am just pulling this out of my ass. I’m not. This is truly what I believe, and why. 

First of all, being an escort is a job. No matter what it is, if you’re doing something for money it’s technically a job and a source of income. It’s a way to support yourself, and even to support your family. Some people can’t work in a desk/office job environment. I know I can’t. I would be absolutely miserable behind a desk all day. So, it’s a different kind of job and a way to make money in an unconventional way, but it’s not wrong. It’s different- and a lot of people can’t accept “different”, which sucks. But. coming back to my point, it is a job. There’s no reason why this kind of job should be illegal. If both parties are consenting, let these people make money! It’s very unfair to not let people work the way they want to. Everyone wants different things for their lives, and everyone has their limits on what their willing to do. So, if someone is willing and able to be an escort, there’s no reason why they shouldn’t be able to work. 

Second, if it’s all consensual, then there is nothing wrong with it. It’s not illegal to have consensual sex, or a consensual blowjob. Why is making money off of it suddenly not okay? I know so many people who have sex with their significant other to get something in return. For example, one of my best friends told me how the other day she got her boyfriend to get her breakfast with a blowjob. This is technically giving a sexual favor for something in return. So, when it comes to money or jewelry, or new clothes it’s suddenly wrong? This doesn’t make any sense. Why is it not considered wrong when you’re in a relationship but when it’s with someone else, it’s wrong? Why are we slut shaming escorts, and saying that their bad people or dirty people? They are living their lives the way they want to. If they didn’t want to be an escort anymore, they would stop. A lot of people think that escorts are stuck in this place where they have to have sex for money, but most of the time their doing it because they want to. If I didn’t want to be a stripper anymore, I wouldn’t. Case closed. 

Finally, I think that it’s illegal is because it makes people uncomfortable. For some reason, someone decided that sex is a private thing, and you shouldn’t be open about how it makes you feel or if you like sex at all. It’s become this thing that we need to hide, and keep secret. Well, I say fuck that. I love sex and I’m more than happy to talk about my sex life and talk about it. It’s not a dirty thing. It’s the most natural thing a human being can do. Sex is full of pleasure and excitement. It’s not something we should feel like we have to hide. I am extremely open about my sex life, and people know that I like to have sex. This doesn’t make me a whore, and it doesn’t make me a dirty person, either. This makes me human; and I’m proud of myself for not being ashamed of something that everyone does. 

So, if you read this whole blog you can clearly know that I am all for sex work and all for escorting to be legal. It’s a personal choice if you want to partake in escorting. It’s not wrong, it’s not bad, and it makes sense. Some people get off on the feeling of paying someone for sexual favors, and some people do it for the money. Sex is a normal thing, and if you want that to be your job, then fucking do it! Be who you are to the fullest, because you only have one life to live. I would love to see a world where sex work is just like any other job, and hopefully one day we will get there. But for now, I guess doing illegal stuff is the way to go! 

Monday, October 29, 2018

Real Sex Work Myths, Media Exagerations and Facts Revealed Only Right Here

What exactly is Sex Work?

Sex work is any type of labor or activity where the main goal is to create a sexual or erotic response in someone. Sex work includes prostitution, but it isn't just limited to that. Forms of sex work includes (but is not limited to) a bunch of other things such as stripping, erotic dancing, pro-dom/pro-sub work, webcam modeling, sensual massage, nuru massage, adult film work, pornographic art, fetish modeling, phone sex operating, being a sugar baby and so much more.


 What Are The Top Myths on Prostitution & Sex Work In The Media?

Most media coverage on the sex trade focuses on street prostitution, youth prostitution, and trafficking of minors. It is very unfortunate but a substantial portion of the facts and figures referenced online and in the media in the world are completely misconstrued or based on studies of particularly vulnerable and small populations of sex workers on a global scale. Below we have listed just a few small examples:

Myth: 300,000 children are trafficked in the U.S. each year.

Fact: This statistic, collected by the Center for Missing and Exploited Children in 2001, is the high-estimate of all male and female children not living at home, who are viewed as vulnerable to exploitation of any kind.

Myth: The average adolescent or adult prostitute or adult industry professional is a male or female who is virtually a slave to a pimp, a prostitution ring or even an organised crime family.

Fact: According to a study of New York adolescents in the sex trade, about half of adolescents are male or transgender. Only 8% were coerced and influenced into entering the sex industry in some form or fashion.

Myth: Approximately 68 percent of sex workers report post-traumatic stress disorder on the same level as those who served in military combat.

Fact: This statistic refers to individuals in nine countries who were contacted via social service organizations, and the methodology behind this study has never been released to the public. The psychological affects of prostitution are remarkably variable depending on the sector, country, upbringing, race, religion, beliefs and most importantly the individual worker and the total sum of their life experiences.

Myth: The average age of entry in the sex trade or adult entertainment is 13 or 14 years old.

Fact: This figure references informal knowledge of social workers working with adolescents and ‘survivor’ organizations whose sole focus is on rescuing people from bad situations. Indoor sex workers, who comprise over 80% of the industry, are significantly less likely to enter as adolescents.

MythThe sex trade is inherently harmful and very dangerous.

FactViolence, mental, physical health risks, and marginalization are not inherent to the sex trade, any more than they are inherent to sexual identity or orientation. Stigma and criminalization are the root causes of harms directly related to sex work. These harms are compounded by intersecting oppression for large numbers of sex workers.

Myth: Prostitution is violence against women, men & the LGBT community (or gang rape, or slavery).

Fact: Although violence, particularly against street workers, is common, most violence is perpetrated by non-clients, individuals who pose as clients, law enforcement officials, and a very small proportion of clients. The same goes for clients of indoor workers.  While news reports frequently vilify clients of sex workers, even abolitionist organizations recognize diversity in what motivates clients to solicit prostitutes.



Outcome Of These Harmful & Hateful Discriminations:

In other words, the overwhelming majority of sex worker clients do not perpetrate violence against sex workers. And the central cause of violence is institutional alienation of sex workers from law enforcement protection and a justice system that leads most sex workers to distrust and fear law enforcement officials. Violent individuals do not fear repercussions and prey on sex workers in particular. Most interactions between sex workers and law enforcement involve arrest, and law enforcement and judicial system officials frequently ignore or doubt reports by sex workers. So sex workers either do not report sexual and physical assault to law enforcement or law enforcement officials do not sufficiently respond to complaints, and individuals remain free and continue to perpetrate crimes against sex workers or even members of society not involved in the sex trade or sex industry.




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