Just as the rallying cry of men defending themselves from those mean, mean feminists seems to be, “Not ALL men!” so does the sex work client object to generalizations about him. In fact, the one thing all sex work clients have in common is that they all think they’re different, special, and not like those other guys. So, when they throw out that tired line you’ve been hearing ever since you started working, they think they’re being clever. We asked escorts, street workers, strippers, pro-dommes, cam-people, and phone sex operators to get on Twitter on #notallclients and tell us all about it.
— Tits and Sass (@titsandsass) May 12, 2014
Not all clients make totally hilarious observations about our body parts.
— Susan E. Shepard (@SusanElizabeth) May 12, 2014
Not all clients ask off-color, invasive questions.
Not all clients pressure us to go condom-less.
Not all clients are totally deluded about what our work is and isn’t.
Not all clients would risk life and limb to get just a little more mileage.
Not all clients are totally oblivious to the legal repercussions of their requests.
Not all clients think they’re sex-on-wheels.
Not all clients think they’re entitled to a discount.
Not all clients are full of helpful advice for us.
Not all clients are confused by the fact that we’re, uh, sentient.
Not all clients compensate for their insecurities on the review boards.
Not all clients make assumptions about our personal lives.
Not all clients tell the same story about their wives.
*insert client speech about how the client’s wife doesn’t do any of the things you offer as services in the bedroom anymore* #notallclients
— ✧♡ Whorebrows ♡✧ (@Miss_Whorebrows) May 12, 2014
“So I just got out of a messy divorce…” #notallclients
— marginalutilite (@marginalutilite) May 13, 2014