Juno Mac nails it here, defining the 4 types of legal activity around sex work used around the world and the problems with each type of system, and clarifying why decrim protects workers the best, and is the obvious choice for human rights activists.
As the more astute of my boob-loving fans may have noticed, I've been slowly decreasing the amount of free n00dz on my twitter feed over the past few months, for a few reasons. I'd like to spell them out here, for any of you confused or upset about this change.
This recent shift means the sweetie squad is becoming a pretty even split between platonic but deeper than random friendship friends, and lovers. Therefore I’m kind of reforming the purpose of the group: These are people very dear to me, whose opinions I trust and value, and have been in my life for a long time and I think will stay that way.
This is a part of my ongoing Brothel Life Reflections series, in which I welcome personal questions for behind-the-scenes details of working at the Sagebrush Ranch. Tweet your questions at me, or DM me if you prefer to remain anonymous!@vitriol4fun asked, Did sex work negatively impact your libido in non-professional sex situations?
Lately I've been into answering questions about the brothel, as a part of my ongoing Brothel Life series. Comment, tweet at me, or DM me with your questions! @FoxyDeviant asked, How much of it was fun? How much of it was good sex? Or meh sex but at least the person was fun?
So, I haven't been talking about it on my twitter because death is too hard to talk about sometimes, but on April 4th one of my friends from when I was younger passed away unexpectedly. Jessica suffered cardiac arrest at 30 and died in a coma. It was jarring.
I have been described as the sluttiest prude people know, because if I’m not having sex for work, I’m surprisingly reserved in my affections… Until I feel romantic about someone and then I’m like some kind of sex-crazed lunatic.