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Bangladeshis Muslim spiritual leaders have always rejected prayers at sex workers burial ceremonies, often publicly portraying the sex industry, although completely legal, as immoral - until now. On the 6th of February 2020, Hamida Begum officially became the first sex worker from Bangladesh bordello Daulatdia to receive a formal Islamic funeral. This religious breakthrough is amazing to see especially with the prominent stigma surrounding sex work in the Muslim majority Bangladesh. A horde of grievers gathered at the th Read More

Hi guys! Here's the dates for my incalls for the first half of this year. I'll know by May what the rest of the year will look like and I'll keep you updated. My incall days are the only days you can come WITHOUT a deposit. I won't be dressed up in my fancy costumes, I'll just be me, with minimal make-up natural beauty, and simple lingerie and heels (no stockings) Feb: 7-8 and 21-22 Mar: 6-7 and 20-21 Apr: 3-4 and 17-18 May: 1-2 and 15-16 then 29-30 I am of course available other days but I will require a deposit for those. See you soon xx


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When Australians think of university, many seem to forget about the large debt that comes with it. With student debts, it's almost impossible to get through tertiary education without a job unless you have significant savings or financial support from your family/friends. So is it really any surprise that more students are turning to sex work than ever before? With ever-rising rental prices, cost of living and the curriculum becoming more demanding with mandatory hours of study per week / per subject, it’s no wonder that various interviews with students at a number of Melbo Read More

In New South Wales alone at least 10,000 sex workers are operating at any one time. But yet the societal stigma against sex workers never punishes the client—only the worker. Why is that? Being ‘outed’ as a sex worker can lead to loss of employment, social rejection, and a lack of access to resources. Of course what doesn’t assist is legal variances between states. Whilst states like New South Wales have legalised sex work, others like Victoria force sex workers to obtain a license. It’s 2019 yet society has been unable to eradicate the unfounded negative light for sex workers. Yet it’s an industry that has existed for centuries. Read More

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