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As a Former Sex Worker, I Don’t Hate Men

I actually became more compassionate toward men as a result of doing sex work.

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“You must hate men.” You don’t know how many times I’ve been told this, usually by someone who’s just found out I’ve done sex work in my past. People expect that sex workers despise men. We must.




Essays by Mysterious Witt about sex and sexuality.

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Mysterious Witt

Mysterious Witt

I write about sex and relationships. Part-time dominatrix & author of “Sex-Starved,” a Memoir. Treat me to a coffee:

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