Sex workers are doing a job, a job that clients create a market for. It’s a necessary and important job, one that can benefit both sex workers and their clients; one that creates a much-needed imaginative playspace where suspension of disbelief is part of the magic. Clients would be more satisfied in these interactions if they could appreciate the work that goes into that fantasy creation and revel in it rather than trying to turn it into something it isn’t and shouldn’t be.
Sonora Grace and Jessie Sage talk to five partners of sex workers about how they manage their romantic relationships.
Siri Dahl is a porn star, the host of After Adult Podcast, and a competitive powerlifter. I sat down and talked to her about diving back into the adult industry after a 3-year hiatus, and powerlifting! Tell me a little about your sex work career. I started in doing porn in 2012, but for personal […]
The problem with Jeffrey Toobin’s workplace masturbation is consent violation, not the masturbation itself.
Jessie Sage reflects on the pleasure of anal sex.
Jessie Sage talks to chastity submissives about locking up for the month of ‘Locktober’
There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” – Maya Angelou TW: Miscarriage Prior to my current career, I worked for several years as a doula, staying awake for 20-30 hours at a time while I walked laboring mothers and their partners (and sometimes entire families) through one of the most […]
What is it about filters and makeup that signal inauthenticity?