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Sex at Work

What do the people who think about sex all day think about sex?

Sex at Work is a series of conversations with people who are working to make the world a sexier, more loving place.

In as much detail as they feel comfy or is relevant, guests share the details of what a career in the sex industry is like:

  • Tell us your sex-at-work origin story!

  • What led you to your sexy job?

  • Are you a sex worker?

  • What title or labels do you use?

  • How do you define “sex work”?

  • What’s your work like?

  • How is it sexy?

  • How is it less sexy than one might think?

  • What do you like best about your job?

  • What do your boundaries between “professional” and “personal” look like, especially as it relates to your own sex life?

  • How do you handle communication and boundaries around sex with colleagues, clients or subcontractors?

  • Is it more implicit or explicit?

  • What do you do if a boundary needs to be enforced, or a reframe offered?

  • Sex-at-Work culture-wise, what are you EITHER:

  • in the process of fine-tuning and experimenting with?


  • What do you do so awesomely that you wish everyone could learn from you?

  • What have you learned about social and cultural norms:

  • that has surprised you?

  • that you’d like to shift?

  • that you love?

  • Since you began this work, what changes have you noticed in any cultural norms related to your corner of the sex industry?

  • Since you began this work, what changes have you noticed in yourself or your personal life?

  • If you could wave a magic wand and teach everyone something about sex, what would it be?

  • What’s the silliest shame-related experience you’ve encountered through your work?

  • What do you want to celebrate most about your work, right now?

  • Imagine a Full Service Creativity Resort. Think: a small-ish oasis in the desert that has family-friendly and grownups-only areas, where education about all things art-and-body-related is available, and resources exist to explore ones’ creativity in all ways that are legal and consensual and age-appropriate. If you were in charge of one room—or a whole floor—of this resort, and it’s the [NAME/BRAND] zone, and you have an unlimited budget, what’s the most fun, you-version of this room you can think of, right now?

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