I’ve been extremely busy since I left the adult industry. I’ve been designing clothes, making Youtube videos, interviewing other sex workers, and working in consultancy again.
Some of you may have found this blog, or my subsequent Youtube channel by way of googling things like, ‘stripper shoes’ or, ‘how do strippers pay tax?’ evidently you decided that my videos were probably a more relevant framework for you to sort out your finances than a Yahoo Answer from 2002. For that, I want to say thank you: Since I have started focusing on the niche of sex worker finances and creating content that helps women in the adult industry become more financially literate, I have found a purpose for my weirdly dynamic professional background in building business degrees, journalism, sex work and research.
As a result of this, I’ve begun building a Patreon. This Patreon acts as a monthly magazine for sex workers, with different payment tiers depending on the information you would like to access. For as little as $1 you can access my untold stories from the strip club, for $5 per month you can access a monthly financial article tailored toward sex workers of all types. For $20 per month you can access a monthly ‘magazine’ that discusses the goings on in the adult industry, from protests to achievements, sex work in the news and changes we’re advocating for. I am also working on creating tiers that will operate as fully developed short courses to help sex workers transmute the business skills they learn in the club into other areas, self-actualisation and freelance businesses.
I love creating this content, and I would love to keep creating it for free – I would. Unfortunately these articles and videos take days of research, scripting, editing and other methods of construction to bring to you. Patreon is a way for me to justify myself continuing to create this content alongside my free content, and alongside my regular consultancy work.
Bringing out content that helps empower women, financially and in other arenas, is one of my biggest passions in life. I would love for you to support me on Patreon, or by purchasing from my clothing line, so that I can turn this into a full-time gig.
At some point I hope my business is doing well enough that I can open this magazine on an entirely free basis, but for now Patreon is where the information will be posted and I would love for you to see what I’ve been working on! If you’d like to pledge you can find my patreon here.