Anonymous said: What would you do if you woke up and you had a dick and a hairy chest and big bones and muscles and a beard and everyone thought you were a man?
Get a job, run for President and walk alone at night without carrying mace and looking over my shoulder.
I’d also take the opportunity to travel to places a woman can never go unaccompanied; I’d travel alone, I’d see Tunisia and Morocco and go skiing in Iran and see Russia and Mexico and camp alone.
You say this like I’d wake up shocked and horrified and appalled, but all it means to me is that I’d be free:
Free to leave dishes in the sink knowing someone else will handle them, free to have a sense of humour and take up space and not have men harass me and creep at me and make rape jokes, and free to hold a woman’s hand in public and not fear for my life.
Free to make more money, do more things, meet more people. I’d be a Human, not a woman.
min-xy said: I hope you're willing to answer this privately! Sometimes it seems like you're a little sensitive about being compared to a prostitute or being seen as similar to one. I realize that prostitution is more stigmatizing than stripping and technically illegal, but if you have respect for strippers based on the fact that they're sex workers, you (in my mind) should extend the hand of sisterhood and solidarity to prostitutes as well.
I love and support full service sex workers (FSSW). I do not support the sex work hierarchy. I want to break down the stigma attached to all sex work. That said, there are a lot of misconceptions, like that that stripping = FSSW or that all strippers do sex acts for extra money, and in my case that isn’t true. This wouldn’t be as bad of a misconception if it didn’t lead to customers assuming they can do shit to me without asking or badger me with requests to have sex for money. If you see a post in which I seem over sensitive about this (rather than just correcting people or noting the massive misunderstanding of what stripping entails) please point it out to me because I don’t aim to come across as anti-FSSW.
Anonymous said: One of the saddest and most hil- NO BITCH, the sad thing here is the fact that you're a stripper. If you want respect, maybe you should've graduated high school. 😂😂 when did stripping become a legitimate career?
Awww, you tried so hard, but unfortunately I can’t hear you over the sound of my debt-free college degree and massive disposable income.