Sabrina in Stockings has brought up a very good topic.
I recently began my life as a sex worker a few months ago, and so far, I haven’t had any issues with anyone about it. But that’s mainly because I have no friends yet where I live, except my boyfriend, and he doesn’t care what I do as long as I can support myself financially.
Being an adult webcam worker is my first job where I live now, and before that, for several years now, I’ve always been self-employed, and hopefully–prayerfully–intend to stay that way because of my love for being my own boss and having as less authority to deal with in my life as possible.
So, regarding my love life and professional life, I’m doing great. But now comes the what may be a difficult part.
I want to make new friends so I placed an ad for female friends about a week ago. The meeting is coming up soon. I said in the ad that I’m looking for open-minded people who loves sexy movies–words something like that. I don’t want tight-assed prudish people as friends, but I don’t want the type that would have sent me pussy pics of them after reading my ad. I want classy, but sexy friends.
Jay said I should also make mainstream friends as well, which will be harder to make, because that’s when the harsh judgment can really start.
For now, I want to start off with some real kindred spirits–people who are either in the adult sex industry, or people who at least don’t give a damn what I do, as long as I’m happy.
I’ll keep you posted on that first meet–coming up soon.
By the way, I DEFINITELY am not in the sex industry just for the money. I LOVE IT! And I want to stay involved in it until I retire.