My erotic job - here are the biggest misconceptions about what I do


 

I have been working in UK's brothels for almost one and a half years. During this time I learned a lot about sexuality, psychology and relationships.

My erotic job is a mix of customer service and fantasy fulfillment, and I love it.

It fits my needs and gives me financial stability that I never had before.

However, what I have noticed since the beginning of this career is that it does not seem to have much to do about sex work in public.

Here are some of the biggest misconceptions:

1. 'Sex work is for lazy girls - and it's an easy job'

I can describe my sex job in many ways, but never so easy. I work 12-14 hours a day, and during that time, I always have to be perfect. I also meet countless visitors to the brothel, take them on tour, measure their interest, try to find out what they want, and then discuss prices.

Sex work is a physically intimate therapy session for most of our clients. Many sex workers who work independently must also schedule hotel rooms, check their customers to make sure they are not dangerous, run their own websites, and do marketing.

2. "Sex workers spread disease"

We use condoms for all our services - including condoms for blowjobs. We take our health seriously: like a masseur, when our body is out of shape, we can not pay our bills, feed ourselves or support our families. So we take many precautions to protect ourselves and our customers.

3. "Only losers and desperate people visit sex workers"

You would be surprised what kind of people in United Kingdom are going through our doors. We entertain middle-aged couples who want to spice up their love life. Reputable business people, lawyers, doctors and professionals who are overworked with no time for dating. We provide a safe place to be familiar with sexuality and physical intimacy.

4. "Sex workers hate their jobs"

There is a saying, "Choose a profession that you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life." Somehow, adult work went out the window, at least in the eyes of society. We chose erotic jobs because they fit our needs financially and for some people are a spiritual or sexual level, some are a source of income, and there's nothing wrong with that. Our work is deeply personal and intimate. I have adult job in New York and I love it!

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