Switter, a sex work friendly social network

@Dph69 may have been here

Unfortunately, this user no longer exists (or may not have existed) due to the closure of Switter on the 14th of March, 2022.

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Looking to book sex workers? Visit our escort directory, Tryst.link.

Tryst Link, find escorts near you, BDSM, sensual massage.

Otherwise, here are some blog posts from our Tryst.link blog:

A Tryst with San Fernando Valley escort Leah Labeaux

By Lola Hunt. Reading time: 4 minutes

I love physical activities and things that get my blood pumping, rock climbing, going dancing, etc but I also love the simple things like dinner and a movie at home. I love anything that makes me feel good.

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History, politics, activism, and humanity: 4 must-read books about sex work.

By Georgie Wolf. Reading time: 6 minutes

Want to find out more about sex workers? Unfortunately, mainstream media will only get you so far.

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The Myth of Sex Addiction: An Interview with Dr. David Ley.

By Jessie Sage. Reading time: 8 minutes

Clinical psychologist and sex therapist Dr. David Ley has long been critical of the sex addiction framework, and wrote the book The Myth of Sex Addiction to explain why. I sat down with him to explore why sex addiction is a problematic concept, and how it contributes to whorephobia.

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Sex work podcasts worth listening to

By Georgie Wolf. Reading time: 5 minutes

Podcasting is an excellent medium for talking about sex work. It can give us an intimate entry into the life of the presenter, with all those tiny details, such as mannerisms and sense of humour, that may not carry over into text.

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Blood, sweat and underwire an obituary for my breasts.

By Georgie Wolf. Reading time: 6 minutes

In my work as an escort, I’m constantly meeting new people and seeing them naked. You might assume that this means I’m totally body-positive, but it hasn’t worked out that way.

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The Creation of Swadam. A photoshopped image that depicts the Creation of Adam, but with the Switter logo where Adam and God's fingers touch.A Switter user made and posted this sometime in 2018.