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Sex workers deserve the same services and rights as anyone else, Tryst is here to raise the bar. Run and developed by sex workers and technologists, we've put together an advertising platform which puts escorts first.
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"I believe clients can help by signing petitions that help sex workers, donating to organizations that help sex workers and standing up for the decriminalization of sex work." We chat to @9blaqfeline about how she got started, horticulture and decrim!👇✨
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"On top of the standard emotional labor that comes with sex work, as a fat sex worker I’m often put in a position to help clients sort through their fatphobia as it relates to my own body." Jessie Sage on experiencing fatphobia as a sex worker ☂

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"For trans woman in specific were expected to be hyper fem all the time. I hate that I have to consider surgeries more so for my career rather than do I really want this for myself" 💖

This week to speak to Fort Worth escort Jinx Grimm about the cross over of porn and in person work, Atheistic Satanism and how they got started in the industry.

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"Until you’ve spent an hour trying to get a stranger off, or made pleasant conversation with someone for hours even though a friend just passed away and you feel like crying, you won’t be able to appreciate how much work goes into ‘work sex’." Georgie Wolf tackles dating a sex worker

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"One thing the public should know about sex workers is that there is no sex worker archetype. Human beings are incredibly diverse and sex workers are just human beings who happen to do sex work."💗 We chat to New York's Kayla Katt 💗Full interview👇👇

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"If we don't support and respect ourselves as a whole, as a community, how can we get society, law enforcement and politicians to see us all as a legitimate industry?" We chat to Chicago escort Rachel Smithe about sex work, inclusivity and how they got started 💕

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"Fatphobia is the last form of discrimination that’s still socially acceptable. There are SO many challenges being a fat sex worker." We chat to @mollylanepdx about fatphobia in the sex industry, decrim and her favorite reads ✨

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"Clients could be more helpful to sex workers by respecting sex workers protocols do's and don’ts."
We chat to Estelle Angelique about how she got started, decriminalisation and her tips for newbies to online sex work.

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"I’ve had several clients tell me that what sealed the deal in terms of wanting to set up a date was being able to read through my blog and get a better picture of who I am" Cherith Carter takes us through the pros and the cons of blogs and newsletters❤️

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"Decriminalization would provide sex workers with basic human rights - like the right to justice, legal protection, dignity and equality." ❤️ We chat to Aiko Chimera about decrim, circus arts and her journey through sex work. ❤️
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"Twitter can help create an amazing and supportive community, and it's how a lot of clients get to see more of your day to day passions." 💖 We chat to Mia Luca about dating as a sex worker, how she got started and her tips for newbies!💖 tryst.link/blog/a-tryst-with-n

"Most mothers do feel their motherhood status is a big part of their identities but for you it was (from my perspective) the most involved part of your life." Jessie Sage chats to her (now) adult son about sex work and motherhood.💖
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"He matches all of my donations to mutual aid organizations. We're bicoastal, and all of the art in our NY apartment was purchased from sex workers."💕 We chat to Mia Lee about moving from finance to sex work, decrim and her super supportive partner 💕tryst.link/blog/a-tryst-with-m

"Being able to open a bank account without fear of rejection shouldn’t be difficult...it should be an everyday experience for sex workers of all kinds." 💕New piece from Georgie Wolf 💕
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'Please remember we are all using fake names, and some of us are using fake pronouns. Stop saying “hey ladies” in the group chat.' 💕 We chat to @Calcifer_S about being a better ally to non binary and queer workers, FOSTA/SESTA and fighting stigma.

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"I was broke & in debt & struggling financially a few years ago. I was extremely late on bills, student loans & couldn’t even afford health insurance but now I’m enjoying my part time life as a companion." Sophia Sakara chats to us about life as a companion.

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"When a sex worker shares their story, it helps us understand - not just intellectually, but also emotionally." ✨Georgie Wolf dives into her favourite sex worker memoirs ✨

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"Clients must understand discretion is of importance; however, safety is everyone’s top priority. We can be discreet with you; however, you cannot be anonymous to us." We chat with Dallas' Lulu Paige about how clients can make things easier for sw's💕
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"The idea that vulnerable people should be separated from sexual services is anachronistic, unhelpful and damaging to the health and wellbeing of people with disability." Bronte Apelbaum talks sex work and the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

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