What’s your name?
What part(s) of the industry do you work in?
Stripper and OnlyFans girl
How did you get started in the industry?
I wanted to be a stripper ever since I was little actually. When I turned 21 I did amateur night at my local club, won 1st place, and got hired. That was 3 and a half years ago and I’ve been loving it ever since!
Do you have any pets? We love pets, please tell us about them!
I have 2 cats, China and Chun Li.
What is your funniest story related to work?
Something funny/embarrassing that happened to me at work was I dropped into the splits so hard that my ponytail extension flew off my head and into the audience 😂
What is a goal you’re proud you were able to reach while doing and because of SW?
I bought my first new car.
What is something you feel needs to change in the industry?
Mean girls and hater girls!
There is a lot of talk nowadays about sex work being “empowering.” Is this true for you and why or why not?
Absolutely. Before I started sex work, I had an office job making $14 an hour and was getting sexually harassed by my boss. Now I make way more than that and I get to be the one in control. It’s so freeing.
What is your best tip for making money at work?
1.) It seems so simple, but SMILE. I can’t tell you how much of a difference it makes when you’re on stage and smiling at the customers. Way too often I see girls up there trying too hard to look hot that it comes off as you not wanting to be there and not wanting to engage with the audience. A simple smile shows the customers you’re approachable and you’re happy to be there. 2.) STRETCH everyday and work on your flexibility. 3.) Invest in your look. You can’t perform at your best when you’re not feeling the most confident. Confidence is everything.
How can customers make you feel spoiled, appreciated, and respected?
Dances are always good but I love the classic make it rain! When a customer makes it rain on stage it just fills my heart with joy.
What has been your biggest challenge in the industry and how do you cope with that?
Alcoholism. It’s so hard to avoid it when your job is to be the life of the party. Somebody who is naturally introverted and hates being social, like me, has a really hard time getting through a shift without some liquid courage to help with being a social butterfly. I’ve cut back my drinking a lot by giving myself rules and a limit, such as no alcohol on week nights, or on weekends I have to stop after 3 drinks, or I can only have a drink after I’ve gotten this amount of dances first. It’s important to not kick yourself for making mistakes when you’re trying to better yourself. Just take it one day at a time and try to be better than you were yesterday.
What do you wish people knew about us, and about you personally as a SWer?
That I love being a dancer! I don’t need rescued, I don’t need lectured, I don’t need help. I love what I do and I’m happy.
How have you dealt with the stigma of being out as a SW, if you’ve faced any?
I remember the day that my aunt found out I was a sex worker she called me on the phone and told me I’m a disgusting slut who is probably crawling with disease and that my dead father would be so disappointed in me. When you have family that reacts that way, there’s not much you can say or do to change their mind. In my opinion, it’s wisest to just disconnect from family members that do nothing but drag you down. Work hard towards your independence so you don’t have to rely on anybody ever.
What are your plans for the future (can be related to the industry or not!!)?
I truly don’t know! Right now the name of my game is to stack up as much money as I can and figure out my next move later. I’m currently just trying to hustle hard and save all the money. The rest will fall into line when it’s time.
What advice would you give younger you, if you could, both work related and in general?
Never let a man fuck with your peace! You’re in control baby! Thank you next.