Asexual Whore
A vagina is like a very small hotel. Man must leave his bag outside.
Saggy tits. Who would spend money on that lol
Anonymous

sterlingsea:

What? My boobs are great.

See? Perfectly fine.

 I mean, yeah, they jiggle and wobble and don’t sit high up on my chest. But that’s normal.

Like what do you think I should do about it? I mean

Nah.

My boobs just do normal boob things. They’re A-okay normal healthy boobs.

Moral: Boobs are really diverse. Do your boobs sag? Normal. Do they have hair? Normal. Do they have stretch marks? Normal. Do you get pimples on them? Normal. Are they different sizes? Normal. Big nipples? Normal. Puffy dark areola? Normal. Not facing dead ahead? Normal. Small? Normal. Big? Normal. Normal Normal Normal. 

And they’re your boobs. If you can change any of those things and you want to, go ahead!

But don’t let people tell you that your breasts are wrong just because they’re affected by gravity. 

You’re fine. They’re fine.

disgusting

sdpfeiffy:

and also to broadcast all information about his purchases.

sdpfeiffy:

and also to broadcast all information about his purchases.

You physically CANNOT be a stripper and a feminist at the same time. It's people like you that give us a bad rap. Please leave
Anonymous

thestripperdiaries:

stripperina:

gpack3:

stripperina:

Sorry/not sorry that you don’t understand the point of bodily autonomy and would rather make YOUR feminism all about policing women’s life choices, but that’s “physically” the opposite of feminism. LOL

In anonymous’s defense, they are tricky to do literally at the same time. Have you ever tried to organize a rally in support of collective bargaining rights for domestic workers during a shift? It’s hard.

Why are you equating actively being feminist with organizing rallies? You realize that’s not all there is to it right? And I do engage in feminist practices at work regularly. I call out rape jokes, homophobia, and sexism. I stand up for sex workers. I work to dispel myths about our job to ignorant customers. My feminist beliefs intertwine into the conversations I have at work constantly.

👆
I can’t even begin to tell you how many guys I have given a huge kick in the ego and left them walking out of the club with their tail between their legs. I’m a slut? I’m entitled to have sex with you? I’m unintelligent? I have no value? Fuuuuuuuck that. I ain’t in the customer service industry where the customer is always right. Sex workers have the freedom to call that shit out, in comparison to say, the cashier at mcdonalds that has to sit back and smile at any derogatory remarks some dimwitted customer may sling at her.
We won’t lose our jobs over calling someone a misogynistic sack of shit. We can literally sit them down and list off alllllll the things they’re misunderstanding about us as women, because contrary to popular belief, men don’t attempt to mistreat us because we are sex workers. THEY DO IT BECAUSE WE ARE WOMEN.
If anything, feminists should be giving us praise. We are the Venus fly trap of the feminist movement. We lure guys in, and should they show any ounce of disrespect, we crush and devour their fucking souls.

thoseoctoberstars:

posters made to leave around the school

Picking a Sex Worker Name
So before you pick a name, I guess you need to think about what kind of sex work you will be doing.
See, strippers often have ‘showy’ or cliché names, like Crystal, Candy, Bambi, Angel, Ginger, etc. Names that are often stereotypically thought of as sex worker names; stage names. Of course, this means you can get creative and have a bit of fun with the name, even be a bit silly.
In contrast, if you are doing work more along the lines of an escort where your client might require you to be seen in public with them, a name that sounds less like a sex worker’s may be advisable and does make you sound more professional. Names like Belle, Bella and Vivian are worked to death though thanks to Diary of a Callgirl and Pretty Women.
Unique names can be a great boon to career sex workers as clients will be able to recognise you even if you change workplaces or looks.Clichéd names are good for anonymity as there are a lot of workers already going by these names.
Whatever part of the industry you are in, make sure you pick a name that you are going to be able to answer to naturally and easily, and it never hurts to do a bit of research into the name so that if a client comments about it you can give a conversation starting response. Don’t pick anything you can’t pronounce or spell off the cuff, no matter how cool it sounds, and be prepared for some clients to think it’s your real name.
Also, if you’re working for a club/parlour/agency it’s always good to check with the owners or other staff about names as sometimes there are banned names, either because a worker of that name recently left, because a worker of that name was fired or made a bad name for him/herself, because a worker of that name is still employed there, or out of respect for a favoured or long serving worker. 
Pr(h)o(e) Tip: you don’t have to use a name that isn’t your own, but be aware that it will be a LOT easier for people from your personal life to find where you work and what you do if you don’t pick a pseudonym. (Also, don’t use silly generators like the one in the above picture, if you’re stuck make a joke out of it, name yourself after that prudish teacher you once had, or find a name with a meaning you like or think is funny and go with that - I go by a name with means ‘Ancient’ and yet am often mistaken for a teenager while at work.)

Picking a Sex Worker Name

So before you pick a name, I guess you need to think about what kind of sex work you will be doing.

See, strippers often have ‘showy’ or cliché names, like Crystal, Candy, Bambi, Angel, Ginger, etc. Names that are often stereotypically thought of as sex worker names; stage names. Of course, this means you can get creative and have a bit of fun with the name, even be a bit silly.

In contrast, if you are doing work more along the lines of an escort where your client might require you to be seen in public with them, a name that sounds less like a sex worker’s may be advisable and does make you sound more professional. Names like Belle, Bella and Vivian are worked to death though thanks to Diary of a Callgirl and Pretty Women.

Unique names can be a great boon to career sex workers as clients will be able to recognise you even if you change workplaces or looks.
Clichéd names are good for anonymity as there are a lot of workers already going by these names.

Whatever part of the industry you are in, make sure you pick a name that you are going to be able to answer to naturally and easily, and it never hurts to do a bit of research into the name so that if a client comments about it you can give a conversation starting response. Don’t pick anything you can’t pronounce or spell off the cuff, no matter how cool it sounds, and be prepared for some clients to think it’s your real name.

Also, if you’re working for a club/parlour/agency it’s always good to check with the owners or other staff about names as sometimes there are banned names, either because a worker of that name recently left, because a worker of that name was fired or made a bad name for him/herself, because a worker of that name is still employed there, or out of respect for a favoured or long serving worker. 

Pr(h)o(e) Tip: you don’t have to use a name that isn’t your own, but be aware that it will be a LOT easier for people from your personal life to find where you work and what you do if you don’t pick a pseudonym. (Also, don’t use silly generators like the one in the above picture, if you’re stuck make a joke out of it, name yourself after that prudish teacher you once had, or find a name with a meaning you like or think is funny and go with that - I go by a name with means ‘Ancient’ and yet am often mistaken for a teenager while at work.)

bosxe:

perfectvic:

LITERALLY MY FAVORITE

This is so much better than any russian roulette or “poison cookie” analogy.

bosxe:

perfectvic:

LITERALLY MY FAVORITE

This is so much better than any russian roulette or “poison cookie” analogy.