I was minding my own business just tweeting pictures of my dog, talking about forced bi hypnosis and how much I love cock when i was contacted via my favorite pastime Twitter by the well respected sports writer and journalist Jeff Peralman about doing an interview for the Q and A part of his website called ” THE QUAZ” Now being an out spoken sexy worker type girl I get contacted a lot for media like stuff and frankly I turn down like 90% of it but this caught my eye. First off after doing my homework on the man I found I liked his style, he recently wrote a book about Walter Payton and that he was exactly who he said he was. Which is always a plus for me. Also he’d never interviewed a sex worker before and his audience was sports fans. Now you might not think that’s a place for me to talk about my life in sex work but being as I have a good amount of sport figure clients and that about 99.9% of my clients like sports in some form or another, to me it was a no brainer. I was betting that many of his readers might have a dipped a big toe in the sex work pond I live in and could maybe get a little something out of me doing what it is I love to do most. Talking about me and my life as a sex worker.
I had a lot of fun with the interview and I am super pleased with the end result. Jeff was super cool with me, generous with his praise, very open minded and non judgmental which tickled my non existent pickle immensely
So check it out and I hope you like my entry on on “The Quaz”
I’m not homesick at all, I thought maybe i would be but it turns out so far I’m free and clear of that special emotion. Ive moved to Washington DC and i promptly got sick. Aww stress how you like to fuck with me. Even though this move was planned for months and i was well prepared, i tend t deal with stress in a very specific way. My body revolts. From my stress triggered complex and simple partial seizure disorder to the flu. When ever the big life changing event is over so is my bodies ability to adhere to it and i spend a few days in bed being sick as a dog. This move was no different.
I’m on the mend and looking forward to new adventures on the east coast. There is much to do to get my life in east coast order. I need to design and put together my new shoot room and get myself to the task of making clips and mp3s. As well as digging out a commercial DC metro area dungeon to rent on a per session basis also I need to hang my photographer shingle out in my new town and get some hot gils in front of my lens. All in due time, I’m in no hurry, I’m blessed with a partner who has no issues in letting me work it all out at my own pace and is always super supportive of what it is i do. I am, by any stretch of the imagination….a very lucky girl.