Aspiring Sex Workers: Your naïveté is pissing me off.
Like all of the other legitimate SW blogs, I’m getting pissed off from the numerous dumbass questions you ladies should be able to answer on your own. I have no problem reviewing your profiles or helping you figure what to say to finesse more money out of men. That actually comes with experience that I’m aware most young ladies haven’t figured out yet. However, asking us ignorant questions shows you’re not worth investing help in if you’re not even able to tell me what screening means. If you honestly think posting a few cute selfies will result in cash after a mediocre blowjob with Greg, you will be rudely enlightened.
Honey, this is a multi-BILLION dollar industry. That means everyone successful here is an experienced player, and there will be players specifically looking for LAZY or naive girls to rape, abuse or swindle. Your naïveté isn’t cute, it’s dumb as shit.
Below is a list of questions you MUST be able to answer on the day you start working or you will eventually get seriously hurt or swindled. I designed the questions to help you figure out the BASIC workings of the industry and the items and things you need prior to start working.
•What is screening?
•What are the steps to screening?
•What does POT, Splenda, Salt, vanilla, and whale mean?
•What does WYP, SA, OKC, POF mean?
•What clues am I looking for on Tinder?
•Whose number do I have memorized incase I get arrested?
•What are the top blacklist sites available?
•Who has access to my location on my phone when I go see each client?
•What are the visible signs of a person infected with a STD?
•What do outcall and incall mean?
•What are 5 negative experiences other SW have shared, and how could they have been prevented? (Have at least one story in each of the following; raped, abused, stalked, convinced into an insulting price, clingy client)
•What are 5 common things SD’s or clients will say to take advantage of me?
•Why should I never give out bank or personal info?
•What is the consequence should a creep figure out my real identity?
•Where is my pepper spray?
•Where is my counterfeit pen?
•What sites will erase all geotags attached to my pictures?
•Are my tattoos and birthmarks concealed in my photos?
•Where is my disposable cellphone I purchased for work?
•Why is it important to separate my real phone from work phone (escorting)?
•Why should I never use the same photos from my personal social media for sex work?
•What is the approximate rate girls similar to my qualifications are charging in my area?
•Where is the closest clinic (like Planned Parenthood) should I accidentally expose myself to STD?
•What are the pros and cons of each branch of the sex industry?
•What is the difference between a PPM and monthly arrangement?
•What are the 15-20 SW blogs I follow and have read in its entirety?
•Where is my stash of condoms I purchased for this job?
•What does BP, SA, CV, TER, P411 or Eros mean?
•What is a reference?
•Which apps will generate a fake # for me to use?
•What is my email I made specifically for this?
•What is my work persona?
•What is my BELIEVABLE cover story for clients AND personal relationships?
•Why should I never have a meet and greet at a hotel room or somewhere private (sugaring)?
•What are my financial goals and plans upon joining the industry?
•What is entrapment?
•What are things you should absolutely avoid discussing with POTs?
•Do I have the mental strength to endure racism and sexism?
And finally, what is the first and only rule every single sex worker have in common?
***If after reading at least 10-15 blogs in its entirety, you still have questions; please DO ASK. I recognize not everything on the list will be easy to find. It’s designed to encourage a more in depth understanding of our world. You’ll find many of the questions easily discovered just by normal research and reading.
Stay safe ladies. 💸💸💸
Ladies, feel free to add to this list as I’m sure I’m missing several items.
River of Poppies by Tony Via Flickr: Remembrance Day (sometimes known informally as Poppy Day) is a memorial day observed in Commonwealth of Nations member states since the end of the First World War to remember the members of their armed forces who have died in the line of duty.
The red remembrance poppy has become a familiar emblem of Remembrance Day due to the poem “In Flanders Fields” written by Canadian physician Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae.
If you use an iPhone or an iPad, the pictures you take contain GPS coordinates of your exact location. If you send a sugar daddy some photos, he can lookup the coordinates and see the location of where you are. Perhaps even find out your exact home address. You don’t want a sugar daddy to know too much about you.
To disable geotagging, do the following:
Launch Settings from the Home screen of your iPhone or iPad.