We are always seeking to add new writers to Tits and Sass, and to spur along contributions, we’ve put descriptions of what we’re looking for here. Check it out, and consider writing one of these for us. We rely on the volunteer work of the sex work community and would love to have more of you join us.
Naked Music Mondays
Cats and Stacks
Dear Tits and Sass (Work Q&A)
The Week In Links
Tourist Report Reports
Ask A Pro (Health Q&A)
Tools of the Trade/Tricks of the Trade
I Couldn’t Do It
Hall of Game
Hall of Shame/Enemies Spotlight
My Sex Worker Role Model
Where I’m Going From Here
Email us at info at titsandsass dot com. We can’t wait to hear from you.
Tits and Sass is looking to make some new additions to its editorial team. If you’re a fan of the site with a moderate amount of free time, boundless enthusiasm for all things sex work-related, and a good, critical eye for shaping drafts, we want you!
Duties may include:
- responding to emails from interested contributors; soliciting contributions on your own
- writing once a week for the site, either about news or pop culture items
- making suggestions during a draft’s early stages to make the final product tighter and more coherent
- copyediting/proofreading final drafts
The only qualifications we require are that you a) are a strong writer with a great grasp on standard grammar and punctuation rules, b) currently work in the sex industry and c) are able to politely and clearly articulate what changes can be made to make an article better.
Please send emails of interest with links to writing samples to info at titsandsass.com. Tell us a little about yourself and your background. As always, correspondence is kept completely confidential and you are welcome to use a pseudonym. This is a volunteer position without financial compensation, but you will be paid handsomely in glory and appreciation.
Mad Men to Magic Mike: Sex Work in Popular Culture from Tits and Sass
Hello, readers! If you’re the sort of person who’s interested in these things, Tits and Sass has a panel proposal up at the South by Southwest PanelPicker. We’d greatly appreciate your support. If you enjoy reading us chat about Mad Men and Magic Mike, along with our discussions of why it’s not cool for pop culture figures to joke about how sex workers were abused as children, you’ll want to see this panel happen. Please go vote for us and help spread the word. [READ MORE]
from the amazing site, Blackboards in Porn
Hey there. In case we haven’t reminded you enough recently: we are always interested in submissions from our faithful readers who are current (or former) sex workers.
Just get to get your creative juices flowing (ugh, sorry), here are some topics we are interested in right now:
Take a look at our guidelines and then send your submissions and ideas to info at titsandsass dot com. (Don’t forget to check our last batch of topics because we are still interested in those as well.)
Are you a current or former sex worker who loves Tits and Sass, but stumped on ways to contribute? We are always interested in anything pertaining to sex work in the news and/or in popular culture. If that’s too broad for you, we have a few suggestions. We are looking for pro/con pieces on the following topics. (Remember $pread magazine’s “Positions” column?) Tell us how you feel about:
Here are some broader themes we’re interested in exploring (as long as they are topical):
- Ethics (See: No Photos, Please!, Can You Trust Your Sex Worker?, But What About the Wives?)
- Stalkers, boundaries, and precautions for safety and privacy (especially regarding the internet and technology)
- Sugardaddy/Sugarbaby relationships, dating sites, and media coverage
- Finances: marketing, branding, re-branding, side hustles
- Tools of the trade/product reviews (For example, we aren’t interested in hearing that you love your new Pleasers so much as we want to know about the custom orthopedic inserts that make your back feel better.)
- Comedy and sex work
- Mythbusters: stupid client questions, misconceptions, bunk statistics
- Interviews with your interesting colleagues (preferably in-person, but chat or email can work)
- Recession sex work (See: Antonia Crane’s awesome series on The Rumpus)
- What is sex work? Do you represent a gray area?
- What’s the difference between certain art and pornography?
We also have an extensive list of movies, TV shows, documentaries and books that haven’t been reviewed. You can even write about a zine, a short story, an article, a podcast, a web series, a music video, or a study. Don’t have the time or inclination to write? Consider making a video blog (vlog), as we would love to start featuring vlogs on the site regularly. We also like our sex worker infographics if you have a trend you’ve been tracking. Work somewhere interesting? Tell us about convention season, what happens when Congress goes on vacation, or silly/antiquated local laws. And of course, there’s always Stripper Music Monday or letting your baller status animal companions do the talking. Remember, you can remain anonymous if you really want to blast your local hobbyist board or make confessions. Send your submissions and ideas to info at titsandsass dot com.