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We are doing great and are frugal in a low cost of living city, but due to a lack of a safety net, that could easily change anytime (I understand other Americans are in this predicament as well). And if it got out on Porn Hub, well, we are married. Could someone videotape one of the online sessions you do and post it online?
I wrote back to this letter-writer and said: “I’m not automatically going to tell you not to do it! And if that happened, could you have it taken down since it was done without your permission?
If one of you were a teacher, for example, I’d tell you not to even consider it. If you’re working with kids, that’s in the “don’t risk it” category; people really, really don’t like that combination.
If you’re working with other populations, it might not be as absolute a no-go — although still carries risk, perhaps significantly so. Regardless of your field, though, I think you’d want to game out how you’d handle it if it ever did come out and led to a worst-case scenario.
You don’t want the first time you’re grappling with that aftermath to be when it’s actually happening.
“The illegitimate and stigmatized nature of this work makes handling money feel really dicey and kind of stressful,” said Savannah Sly, president of the social justice organization the Sex Workers Outreach Project.Someone who knows one of you professionally could see it before you have it taken down (or you might never know it’s posted since you can’t check all possible places it could turn up).And people can be pretty horrid when they learn someone is involved in sex work. There are some lines of work where I’d say you absolutely shouldn’t risk it unless you were willing to lose your career over it.My husband and I are 30 years old and last year we made ,000 together (his wage about ,000 and my salary about ,000).We are working class folk who clawed our way to this earning power (he supported me for six years and I obtained my BS and MSW, and finally I’m a licensed clinical social worker).