Slutever is launching a new series called SEX WORK DIARIES, and are calling all professional sluts to cum forth.
Talking with queer sex worker and activist, Tilly Lawless, about her experiences as an independent sex worker, the “whorearchy,” and why it’s super annoying when “feminist” Hollywood actresses are anti-sex work. By Karley Sciortino <3 Main image by Chloe Nour :)
The story of how one British school teacher with money troubles started over as a mature escort, re-discovered her sexuality, and unexpectedly fell in love—spoiler, Fifty Shades of Grey is involved :)
Connecting money to sex can be exciting, but this is something that nobody wants to talk about. We used to think of prostitutes as tragic, desperate victims. Now, due to sites like SeekingArrangement.com, that perception is changing. When and how did sex work become “no big deal”? – By Karley Sciortino
Hi, it’s Karley! I hosted this new documentary for VICE about the history of Sunset Boulevard. Slightly random…. but interesting! This is part of a new series called “Streets by VICE” which looks at a city through the history of one iconic street. For this doc I got to meet and interview one of the most iconic sex workers ever, Norma Jean Almodovar, who left her job at the LAPD to become a prostitute, and is now a legendary sex…
This month, GQ published a very mean-spirited and moralistic article about sugar babies and sugar daddies. But why is GQ, which is ostensibly part of the liberal media, shaming people simply because their sex or dating lives are not “conventional”? By Karley Sciortino.
What you carry in your handbag defines you as a person. Obviously. I hung out with Claire, author of Slutever‘s Secret Diary of a Sugar Baby column, dug through her bag, and asked her what she can’t live without as she frolics around NYC banging dudes for money. LOL – Karley Sciortino
I’m excited to finally post the first official diary entry from Claire, whose sexy, scandalous and sleazy exploits will be documented regularly here on Slutever.
Kristen Cochrane looks at whether various laws intended to “protect” sex workers can actually make conditions more dangerous, and a new Toronto art exhibition that focuses on sex work legalization and sport mega-events.
By Karley Sciortino / I’ve gotten quite a bit of flack for “glamorizing sex work” on this blog, and to that I say: “Yeah, so what?”