Thank you. There are countless things I don’t speak about openly and honestly, though. Please keep in mind that this blog is only the tiniest glimpse of my lifestyle and personality; you only see as much as I allow you to.
Bandaged, almost 48 hours post-procedure. I am comfortable and serene and healing well, albeit desperate to jump out of bed and see more of the city. Manila is fragrant and lively and loud; I can hardly wait to keep exploring!
I am always terribly, terribly emotional after surgeries (this has been my fifth — not all have been cosmetic) and this evening, I panicked. I woke up thinking that the man I care for deeply would be beside me for comfort, and I cannot even begin to describe the feeling of remembering that he doesn’t love me anymore. I could just cry and cry and cry.
(In other news, the operation was a success and I’m recovering well. x)
At this time tomorrow, I’ll be on the operating table.
First thought in the morning, always: Something is missing.
Kicking men between the thighs is a highly requested service. (Second only to anal stimulation / strap-ons, I’ve discovered.) A man called earlier this evening to discuss a ball-busting session, and punched himself in the balls mid-conversation so that I could revel in his suffering. Just when I thought I’d heard it all…
It’s days like these that I fall blissfully in love with my job all over again. Earlier I had a man kiss my feet and worship my body for hours on end, and made thousands of dollars in doing so. Feeling blessed. x
My wardrobe is mostly Wheels & Dollbaby, and Alannah Hill. The negligee I wore in my recent post is from Victoria’s Secret. x
Thanks! I’ve been in the industry for sixteen months now and the common theme in my reviews is that I’m approachable, friendly, and easy to talk to. Putting energy into listening and making people feel comfortable goes a long way. Also, I offer a wider range of services than most girls; my appearance and style is distinct and classy; I dedicate plenty of time to advertising; I’m sober, always; I have a good rapport with other escorts (I’m often recommended, or invited into their bookings when another girl is required); I’m strict with my hygiene practices, and while some clients may not like it, many men do notice and compliment me on being conscious of not only my health, but theirs. x
My body has changed dramatically over the past eighteen months (hormones, weight loss) and I’m painfully conscious about how I look. I think small breasts are absolutely gorgeous and I receive plenty of compliments, but the shape of my chest just doesn’t match my frame anymore and I feel “out of proportion.” It’s something that crosses my mind each time I dance, catch a glimpse of my reflection, undress.
To be honest, I probably wouldn’t be motivated to have an augmentation if I hadn’t become a sex worker. However, my success in this industry quite literally depends on my appearance and the pressure I feel to look desirable is insurmountable. (I know this is unhealthy; I’ll post a reflection later.)
(I don’t understand why cosmetic surgeries are still considered to be taboo. If a procedure helps somebody to feel more beautiful, confident, or secure, they should be free to modify their body without judgement or criticism. I support this 110%.)
Urinary Tract Infections (UTI’s) are caused by micro-organisms entering the urinary tract, and having sex frequently does increase the risk of bacteria being transferred. Women are more susceptible to UTI’s due to our anatomical structure, but there are a handful of things you can do to protect yourself during and after intercourse.
- Drink plenty of water before sex and make a habit of going to the bathroom straight afterwards. This helps to flush the micro-organisms out of your system.
- Make sure you’re both squeaky clean before and after to prevent the spread of bacteria. Be particularly mindful of this if your boyfriend uses his fingers on your often, or if you both engage in some form of anal play.
- Change positions during sex to reduce the amount of friction on the urethra.
- Some people recommend drinking cranberry juice, but I take cranberry supplements which can be bought from the pharmacy and they work well. I’ve also found that taking a pro-biotic daily strengthens my immune system, too.
I hope this helps! x
I’ve never been embarrassed but it does happen to me all the time, haha. Air getting trapped in the vagina during sex is inevitable and normal. Sex is messy, it smells strange, it sounds weird, and it can be awkward as fuck sometimes. Please don’t feel ashamed or let anybody ridicule you. If you’re ever with a partner who isn’t mature enough to deal with noises during sex, they’re probably not mature enough to be having sex at all.
(Heart: small and shivering.)