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Superhooker: secret selves and the sex industry.

Miscellaneous By: AmberLibra

How do strippers view the men that pay to watch them dance? What kinds of women work in the sex industry? Are they forced into it? Do they enjoy it? Why are blow jobs called ‘blow’ jobs when you actually suck? The sex industry is a shadowy and secret world where outsiders peer in curiously and questions remain unanswered. Women change their names and hide their true identities. They cannot reveal what they do in normal, straight society for fear of prejudice and condemnation.
`Superhooker` breathes life and humour into the stereotypical images of sex workers such as the stripper and the prostitute. This (genital) warts `n` all novel explores different types of sex work, strip clubs and brothels around the world and the reasons why women go into this marginal line of employment. Here are a few chapters for you to read. The complete ebook is available on Lulu publishing.

Submitted:Jun 1, 2012    Reads: 177    Comments: 1    Likes: 0   

Freedom is money. To go anywhere in the world. To do anything you want to. To buy anything you want. Yet we are slaves to money. We are slaves until we have money.

I am a slave; negative, isolated, chained; an ordinary job, getting on the metro at seven in the morning, sick and strained from trying to fit into a mould that is not really my size or shape. Thirsty for love, tired of my lovers. Left out in the cold. Claustrophobic and distorted. Secretive. Following the faith of my own religion. Then, again, the sex industry pulls me, draws me towards it, pulls my chains. I use sex, men, my body, to make money. I am sick, strained. I know, not again, will I ever be free? Demons in my head hustle and fight.

Then I am free. Just for a short while. Flying high on adrenalin. Dirty wings. Flying free, soaring across the sky. I can do anything. I can do anything I want to. My alter ego is all powerful.

I am Superhooker.


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