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This sub is for any type of sex worker or the general public to discuss sex work in general. This is NOT a place to find a date or get a job. Articles/blogs about sex work are welcome to encourage conversation.
This sub is for any type of cyber sex workers to discuss cyber sex work in general. This is NOT a place to find a client or get a job.
Sex Work Reddit Community
- /r/CyberSexWorkers: Webcam models, sexters, etc.
- /r/SexWorkersOnly: discussion for sex workers only
- /r/Escorts: discussion for escorts & clients
- /r/AskAnEscort: anyone can ask, ONLY escorts can reply
- /r/Hookers: where clients hang out
DON'T BE A DICK! Any language or action that is disrespectful to sex workers; upholds racism, cissexism, transphobia, heterosexism, homophobia, misogyny, and/or classism will not be tolerated. This includes aggressive behavior, slut shaming, victim blaming, body policing, "saving" sex workers, etc. will NOT be tolerated and will result in a ban.
Any talk of harming a sex worker will result in a ban. Harming includes but is not limited to: how to avoid screening; how to avoid paying/pay less; advocating or encouraging physical or emotional harm; and more to be added as needed.
NO advertising. Posts that are strictly ads will be removed and abuse of this rule will result in a ban. Including an ad in the text portion if it relates to your question is ok. Ask a mod if you aren't sure.
NO posts asking "is this girl legit" - we aren't here to help you find a sex worker. These posts will be removed and abuse of this rule will result in a ban.
Anyone looking for advice on how to get in to sex work or find a sex worker - see the 2 top Announcement Posts. If you have more specific questions after reading the appropriate guide, then post your question. Do not post questions like:
"any sex workers in Denver, NYC, London...?"
"I've never hired a sex worker, what do I need to know"
"I want to be a sex worker but know nothing about it, teach me everything"
When posting, specify where in the world you are. The legality of sex work varies in different parts of the world.
Our goal is to have a safe space for marginalized identities including sex workers, people with disabilities, people of color, LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, transgender/transsexual, queer, intersex, and asexual) people, women, and class oppressed people.
We have no tolerance for oppressive attitudes, and expect accountability for any oppressive behavior. That is, any language or action that upholds ableism, white supremacy or peripheral racism, cissexism, heterosexism, misogyny, and/or classism. This includes slut shaming, victim blaming, body policing, etc. All members are encouraged to hold themselves and each other to our these community norms and to report any offenders to the group admins.
Community Norms for Safer Spaces