A queer sex worker manifesto
Sex worker Kitty Stryker recently got an interview with a tabloid that headlined the article, "I love it when they suck my strap-on." This led to some musings about being an out-of-the-closet queer sex worker:
When I tell people I'm a happy, out, queer sex worker, they think I'm nuts.
How could I possibly get clients when I tell them I identify as queer, female-to-femme, and refuse to wear the trappings of "sexy femininity" to our sessions? How can a grrl get sex work when she wears jeans, geeky teeshirts, and converse sneakers as often as stockings and heels? When she actively talks about preferring women and trans people to men, rants about feminism and issues with "forced" bisexuality and feminization, and polyamory?
Well, I can't say I've found it to be much of an issue.