Meet September’s Angel of the Month: Chloe
What’s your name?
What do you do/what part(s) of the biz do you work in?
If you’ve worked in more than one aspect of SW, which is your favorite and why?
Stripping is my favorite because I can really expand my hustle, meet cool people, dance, and I'm awful online in my opinion & when I'm at the club, I truly am in my happy place and I like the challenge the club provides.
What is your funniest story related to work?
I danced for one of my ex-boyfriends dads and he tipped me fat to never tell my ex. Or the time I danced for the new owner of Kraft mac n cheese who was only willing to bring back the Shrek mac n cheese (my fav) if I went to his Aspen house the next day lol
What is something you feel needs to change in the industry?
I think more women managers in clubs need to exist. Fuck the employment vs. independent contractor, and I think everything in all industries should be decriminalized for safety, legal, stigma, etc reasons.
Sw is exhausting physically, mentally, and emotionally- How do you decompress and engage in self care in the face of that?
I decompress by being alone and taking a hot bath with a bath bomb from LUSH, Dr. Teals bath salts, hot tea, my favorite food / dessert, & just binge whatever I'm watching on Netflix.
What do you wish people knew about us (SWers), and about you personally as a SWer?
We're all normal, human people too--the person next to you buying groceries at Whole Foods, getting our coffee at Starbucks, whatever it is. Just because the nature of what we do is sexual doesn't mean we like to be sexualized outside of our job & sometimes at our job. I personally deal with people ALWAYS thinking I want to fuck or have 93737282 guys in my life when it's the complete opposite, girls thinking I want to steal their bf/husbands when it's like "ma'am I just want the $$" and just so many more.
There is a lot of talk nowadays about sex work being “empowering.” Is this true for you and why or why not?
SW is super empowering to me because it's all on my terms. I can say no, I can walk away, I can go home whenever or I can work 9+ hours, I can make whatever amounts of $$. I definitely felt scared at the beginning, but once that went away and I found my persona, it was all confidence and empowerment from then on.
What is something you wish you’d known when you started in the industry?
You're at the club to make money, not your new best friend.
Where can we find you?