If you haven't been living under a rock for the past year, you know that many of the advertising platforms for providers have bit the dust, gone underground, or have been extra exploitive and shady in their business practices. However, there are a few gems shining through the dust post FOFSA/SESTA. Times have changed and we as providers and clients must evolve to continue what we do. Here are a few of my favorite sites that I use to advertise. Clients, these are great sites
I was having a bit a writer's block, so I asked my Twitter friends what I should write about. One interesting idea came through, was about my goals for the year and in the future and then we started talking about vision boards. Yes, I have one, but with what 2018 has dealt me, I would need a major divine intervention miracle to make most of what is on there to become true. It is only less than 3 months left in 2018. 2018 has been a very interesting year, to say the least. It
Via text message: Client: Hey Caris, I saw you on Twitter and checked your website out. I would like to see you on Thursday. Are you available? Me: Yes, in the evening. What time and how long would you like to see me? Client: 8pm for HH. Is that cool? Me: No, my minimum is 90 mins as per my website. Client: Oh, but can you? You're really hot. I'm nice clean. I've been wanting to see u. Me: No sir, dates start @ 90 mins. You may book that length or more. Client: Aww, too bad.
I've been involved in sex work in some form or another for a few years now. All of it started when I was a sugar baby. A sugar baby? Yes, a sugar baby. Sugaring is sex work, even though sugar websites and even some sugar babies says it's not. But it is, I can go into that on another day. About over few years ago, I was about a year removed from leaving a horrible, abusive relationship and was, at the time, dating mediocre guys. One night, I was complaining to my best friend