Online sex workers react to #nosimpseptember
The stigma that sex working parents face is ironic because we have skills that other parents should emulate.
As DIY porn performers who lack institutional backing and support, the Peepshow Live panelists talked about what it was like to build their own audiences and careers from the ground up.
What’s an orgasm like? Some thought on coming.
COVID hadn’t completely killed my sex life, but it did change it. The change happened gradually though—so gradually that I hadn’t even noticed it.
Written by Jessie Sage. Originally published in Pittsburgh City Paper. Audio smut producer and phone sex operator April Would has a regular client who enjoys office-based fantasies. Last week when he called, something interesting happened: He changed the setting of their typical scene. “You are now in my home office,” he said to her. “But […]
Written by Jessie Sage, originally published in the Pittsburgh City Paper. The other day, my partner and I were in the living room surrounded by toys with Sesame Street blaring in the background when he stealthily asked if I wanted to go upstairs for a little afternoon romp. Now, I am someone who is almost always game, but […]
Written by Jessie Sage, originally published in the Pittsburgh City Paper. In my line of work, I get asked a lot of questions about my sexual preferences and history and most of them don’t bother me. Except for one: What are you into? This question isn’t unique to my work; I remember when I did more online […]