SOME DIZZY WHORE 1804

yellowxperil:

lesbians of color, transcend your tegan and sara thirst. rise with me

qpoc, objectively, no one in one direction is talented except zayn. rise with me

poc who love that guy w the skull tattooed on his face, he’s not interesting at all pls stop giving him attention. rise with me

ryan gosling is average. please, rise with me

(via zbeedah)

clarawebbwillcutoffyourhead:

You say “hedonistic rendezvous” and I hear “aging fet lifer/goth who probably wants to eat chocolate off my tits” :(

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breelifts:

socialjusticekoolaid:

Protesters from across St Louis turned up and turned out for the first St Louis County Council Meeting since Mike Brown’s Death. (Part I)

The St Louis County Council wasn’t as bad as Ferguson’s Council, but still very few answers and virtually no accountability from the folks who unleashed unholy hell on the residents of Ferguson, following Brown’s murder. #staywoke #farfromover

KEEP POSTING I NEED TO KNOW! DONT STOP POSTING ABOUT THIS. IT IS NOT OVER!

(via upppity)

Anonymous asked: Idk if you want to answer this question, it's just pure curiosity on my part, but I was wondering how do you vet clients? In particular how do you make sure they don't have any STIs or violent personalities or whatever.

clarawebbwillcutoffyourhead:

I screen by asking them to provide a certain amount of references to other workers, or barring that, information about their real life, job, name, that I can verify so that they know they have something (a reputation, family?) in the balance if I don’t leave our encounter as well satisfied and treated as they do.

For the rest of it, how do you vet your new partners for stis or violent personalities? How does a girl at a bar or on okc or tinder?

My god Karen, you can’t just ask someone why they’re not an insurrectionist.

“…It is the story of a man with a shit-eating grin and a monumental sense of entitlement calling the police on a stripper who denied him sex in a VIP room in the appropriately named city of Butte, Montana. To recap, this man believed that the denial of sex from a stripper was not only a criminal offense but a criminal offense worth escalating to involvement with law enforcement. The sense of entitlement to sexual services beyond the ones on the official job descriptions are ones to which strippers are subjected regularly. While it is newsworthy because the guy actually called the cops, strippers know that boundary-pushing clients are part and parcel of the sexual and emotional labor of stripping.

For those that do not provide extras, such expectations mean being in a permanent state of feigned-friendly negotiations to continue earning from the client but having your boundaries pushed, often to the point of feeling endangered. For those that do provide extras, there is the expectation that you must provide them to any client under any circumstances. Yet, strippers who do provide extra services selectively offer them to regulars or at specific price points. As a firm believer in the “you do you” model of having zero expectations from my fellow workers about how they conduct their business, I still hope for a work environment in which everyone’s boundaries are respected by clients.

„,I am someone who has worked in different sectors of the sex industry and I’ve found stripping to be the most emotionally and physically taxing, the sector in which I’ve been subject to the most degrading language and boundary pushing. I know that strippers have something of a Regina George reputation among sex workers as many deny they are sex workers at all, considering themselves above the designation. Some strippers have been unkind trolls to Belle Knox and other porn performers on Twitter. Strippers are also arguably among the most likely type of sex worker to be denied the label by our clientele, mostly because strip club customers don’t want to have to identify as clients and they can deny that status more easily if we aren’t identifying as sex workers. But the expectation of explicitly sexual services is absolutely built into the idea of the VIP room, and it means that negotiating and/or denying various forms of sexual labor is part of the job.”

—Lane Champagne explaining why stripping isn’t training-wheels sex work in “Man Calls Cops On Stripper That Won’t Screw Him: Stripping Isn’t Sex Work Lite" at Tits and Sass today (via marginalutilite)

daeneryus:

"I understand women have it bad but men have it bad too"

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"I mean, women are almost equal to men as it is"

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"I’m not a feminist, I believe in equality"

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(via interpretivescreaming)

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