Thursday, August 28, 2014

did you know

scottthepilgrim:

instead of sending people asks about simple questions you can use the website www.google.com

lewild:

jonnovstheinternet:

misspelledlife:

SLAAAAY TORONTO IM SO PROUD OF THIS

I’m starting to think Canadians are the best people ever

We pretty much are !

it’s true

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Have you checked out my strip club videos? These two will be live on Clipvia soon

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consulting-criminal-fan:

Shaving your legs. More like yoga in the shower with razor blades.

kisafae:

littledollycutiepants:

Bang, Puddin!

I have that gun for my Harley cosplay too!

OMG - I love this

kisafae:

littledollycutiepants:

Bang, Puddin!

I have that gun for my Harley cosplay too!

OMG - I love this

abroachamlincoln said: hey! As a sex worker, I was wondering if you support the complete decriminalization of prostitution? I'm still trying to figure out what I support. I support whatever best protects sex workers, but it seems like if you legalized prostitution, it might become more difficult to stop human trafficking and forced sex work and the likes. What do you think?

stripperina:

Legalizing/decriminalizing sex work makes it EASIER to stop human trafficking because it creates a more distinct line between consensual sex work and forced sexual slavery.  It means sex workers can access resources like law enforcement without the risk of being charged with a crime while sex trafficking victims can be treated as victims instead of criminals.  It means that the only person involved in trafficking who is committing a crime is the trafficker.

Anonymous said: When I don't get the "sex workers aren't selling their bodies" thing. Isn't that kinda what you're doing?

misslollipoptumbles:

stripperina:

I’m not “selling my body” any more than a masseuse, or a construction worker, or a physical trainer, or a circus performer.  On stage, I perform dance and pole tricks in exchange for tips.  In lapdances, I provide people with a fantasy of intimacy.  I use my body for work, just like any other physical laborer.  Just because my form of labor involves nudity and sexuality doesn’t mean I’m selling any part of myself.  My body never exchanges owners at work.  It is always mine. 

This is such an AWESOME answer - I have to reblog.

"My body never exchanges owners at work. It is always mine"

Stop and let that sink in for a moment :)