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GaldraChevaliere wrote

It's a living. The only things that frustrate me are that I severely dislike men but have to pretend I enjoy their company, and the laws being passed means I have to skulk around and don't have access to resources that'd make it easier and safer for me to do in-person work or make enough to stop worrying from online stuff. I'd still rather be doing this than a desk job.

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Tequila_Wolf wrote (edited )

My sex working friends will say that it crushes their spirit significantly less than other work. They also have substantial time for radical projects which they aren't too exhausted by work to do, and are able to work even if they move around countries quite a bit.

I'm hoping to start later this month because I prefer it to some shitty low-pay day job.

What's with this question though? It stinks of swerf. And is only really something for sex workers to answer, not raddle in general.

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blackredpink wrote

Well I don't see why anyone who isn't a sex worker would feel qualified to answer it.

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Tequila_Wolf wrote

On the internet? That's surprising :)

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blackredpink wrote

I changed my subject line so I address to sex workers only. I want to know if after some years is it more damaging psychologically than a 9-5 office or service job.