It’s that same old story. Boy meets girl, girl asks boy for money so boy can sleep with her. In this particular rom-com, boy seems to think ‘money’ can mean anything from half the amount she’s asking for, to a selection of utensils from the boot of his car. Sex work does what is says on the tin, It’s work: we offer sex to make a living. We then use that money to pay for the luxuries in life, such as rent, electricity, food and water.
Let me start by saying that you do not need to have a small penis to enjoy small penis humiliation (SPH) as a fetish. In my experience, the actual size didn’t really bear much relation to the humiliation I was dishing out. Long, small, short, thin – a penis is a penis and I personally find them both a joy and a distraction in all their shapes and sizes. But sometimes, I was employed to judge, critique and berate someone for their todger.
It started with a simple enough question – ‘Miranda, how about a blog on ‘Why men pay for sex’?’As a sex worker, it was one of those questions you just didn’t ask. It’s in the unwritten contract between us and our clients. We don’t hand out questionnaires at the door asking for all their personal details. In fact, as time went on, I just wasn’t interested. They had their head between my legs and the money in their hands, and that was enough for me.
Hey american frenz.
Last time you had a #governmentshutdown (over Obama Care), we didn't stop hearing about it for WEEKS.
I only just heard about your new one from 1 person on twitter.
Your media is literally killing you.
(I mean, ours too. No high ground here)
Ahhh @cbbwayne demonstrating perfectly the perks of being a 'celeb' rather than a civilian facing cancer.
He got an operation straightaway, the rest of us go on a waiting list.
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