I mean, I was fine telling him about the town I grew up in, that I double majored in sociology and literature, and that I went to a prestigious writing program, and that I was working on my first novel. I think getting off is a vital part of human life and one that we shouldn't have to apologize for.I didn't mind telling him about the past three years I'd spent in New York working as an art model. I also realize that reality is a long way off, and in the meantime I spend a lot of my time wading through the bog of shit that is other people's shame and rage as it relates to their sexuality.They'd probably get into a high fiving contest with their friends. If I wanted great sex with a hot guy who wasn't going to try to bog me down in emotional stuff, I could just call one of my coworkers.And so that's what I did for a while; just slept with my work friends who kept it cool but satisfied the physical urges with the added bonus of no explanations required.So when I found myself single a few years later and decided to enter into the dating world, I realized that my dilemma was twofold; not only did I understand very little about how single people went about being a couple, but when I found one I might want to couple with, I had to figure out how to tell them about my rather unconventional day job.
It wasn't until a year later when I started shooting scenes with men as well that it hit me.I was at a gas station filling up the air in one of my tires when a strikingly handsome guy pulled up next to me.Contrary to what people will tell you, just as there are tons of people who would never date a sex worker, there are also plenty of people in prestigious occupations with designer educations that would LOVE to marry a porn star.May not make sense to everyone, but it only has to make sense to the two of them.
He was like something out of a billboard selling cologne, and drove a Mercedes and blasted Band of Horses.He wasn't exactly my type, but he was certainly good-looking and he was confident. I perform in graphic narratives that people use to get off.