“Society demonizes sex workers because they demand more money than women should, for services men expect for free.”
Video of her performing after the jump.
Kind of makes you kick yourself for not thinking of it first, huh?
Do you flip back and forth between Harper’s and Pornhub as you use your iPad?
In the wake of the Belle Knox media madness, the so-called Duke Porn Star, I feel driven to write about my situation, which is both similar to and different from Belle’s.
To reclaim your body, your sexuality and your sex appeal is truly is a powerful way to stick it to the patriarchy and to challenge the way society views female bodies.
Accepting that you have these desires doesn’t make you sinful or wrong; it empowers you. And by empowering yourself, you’re better able to address those desires, even the dark, disturbing ones, in ways that are safe, sane, and consensual.
Definitely say what you’re going to do next. They’ll anticipate every moment. Act confident and in command.
I feel very lucky that I had to google “How do student loans work?” because I don’t need them.