Every profession deals with misconceptions which can further lead to prejudice (tradies are rough around the edges, lawyers are arrogant, etc.), but sex workers are faced with far more misconceptions compared to most. If you’re a sex worker, chances are you’ve heard or seen your fair share of “funny” or just plain ignorant remarks. This article will probably make your eye roll with rumination and think “Ugh, I’ve heard this so many f*#%@!&G times”.  

  • Sex workers are absolutely thrilled when they receive an unsolicited dick pic
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You are a female escort. You know what to do to drive men crazy. You know how to fulfil fantasies in a sensitive, sexy, and sultry way. But what about marketing yourself? How do you establish yourself as a high-class escort, and attract the new clients you need to really propel your career into the sexual stratosphere? Take a look at our guide and find out more.

Understand the power of your appearance

Aesthetics play such a big part in the role of a high-class escort. This means creating a lo Read More

  Interview with Rain Morgan - Sex Work Oz Promotions Let us introduce you to Rain Morgan. She is an Melbourne escort. She offers a range of experiences that are a little different to the others. While she offers a genuine girlfriend experience, she also is the perfect guide into the world of Swinging and Kink. She is a Pro Sub with tons of personal experience. She is friendly and great company and Read More

We are thrilled to announce on Monday, Sydney won its bid to host WorldPride in 2023. For those of you that don’t know, WorldPride is one of the largest and fastest growing international LGBTIQA+ events, that’s held every two years, in a different city around the world. The team at Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras worked tirelessly over the past few years and presented the 158 page bid to members of InterPride at their AGM in Athens, and were there to witness the epic win. Sydney received a very impressive 60 per cent of the vote, ahead of Montreal, Canada winning 36 per ce Read More