“Sex work and social work have plenty in common: we are here to help people relieve and manage stress, promote positive mental health, offer assistance with coping skills and overcoming personal obstacles, empower people to succeed in their lives, listening and providing support to people who want to be heard… and both jobs seem to entail A LOT of paperwork,” she explains.
“Many people see content creators as performers who play a role to fulfill certain needs – and we definitely do that! – but another aspect of our job is to be there, to listen, to serve our clients’ mental, emotional and physical responses in ways that make them feel good.
“Sex work, like social work, is a people-centered profession, and I’ve been able to take what I’ve learned in the social work field and transfer it to my daily job. It’s been so gratifying to create a space and opportunity to be present for those who want to connect and spend time with me through my social platforms.”