The impact of SESTA, FOSTA, and The DE Bill. SESTA, FOSTA, The DE Bill have decimated my love for my job, and I hate it. Just like I regained my sexuality with Eroticon, working this past month, and listening to podcasts have reignited my love for my job. I love sex work, but people don’t love sex workers. I’m working on a post about the impact of SESTA, FOSTA, and The DE Bill as a whole, but for now, as requested from a lovely Patreon, this is how the impact of SESTA, FOSTA, and The DE Bill has impacted me. I’m…

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Don’t Panic! Tips and Tricks from a disabled Dominatrix I Clients, or at least dealing with clients can be tricky. I don’t session at all these days – it takes it too much out of me. Though, I never used to session to much way back when – I think I average 4 sessions a month on a good month. Why? My time, and energy is precious so I treat it as such, after 12 yers of chronic illness I’ve finally learnt that fact. When I did session I developed a certain way of sessioning – a code of body…

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How My Partner Helps with My Job Being a clip producer isn’t exactly physically demanding … for most people. As always, I’m not most people. As I mention in this post I can’t put on the intricate lingerie needed for my job by myself, but that’s not all. Nowadays, half of my feet are numb, and this means I’m essentially a danger to myself. I have absolutely no balance. I can’t tell whether or not I’m walking into things, and I am very prone to falling over. As you can imagine this isn’t exactly conducive to being a clip producer…

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3) You very rarely hear the voice of the sex worker or person with a disability talking, other people talk over us and for us.  This one ties neatly into my previous point, so I won’t go on too much about it, but even when our voices are portrayed they’re twisted. News articles want a story that juicy – just last year I came down to Eroticon, but I came down a day early to go to an industry event. The event was a showing of a new show like Sex Excetra that showcased sex workers doing their day to…

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Sex Work and Disability First I’m going to answer why as a disabled person sex work is perfect for me? Pick my own hours. Work when I feel up to it. I can work from bed. I can earn residual income from things like clips whist in hospital. I can stop at any point. I can set my own boundaries. I can earn money – it’s actually really difficult for me – long work hours etc. Finally, being disabled is expensive. Scope recently found disabled people have over £500 of disability related expenses a month. Food, heating, aids and appliances,…

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