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It is considered the oldest profession. For years it was talked about in hushed tones and those who did the work were often outcasts. But times are changing and sex work remains one of the busiest professions in the world, even though it's still illegal in most countries.
But still, it is not often you hear of a male sex worker. Smith 28 has been a sex worker for six years, he tells Drum.
He started after learning that a group of friends had been secretly doing sex work. They wore name brands and lived a good life. If we are out for lunch, they would disappear for a few hours and come back with cash. They stayed in nice apartments, but never even spoke about work or payday blues.
When he probed, wanting to find out how they made a living he was shocked to learn they were sex workers. Upon arrival, he found women who booked the male sex workers. l Mpumalanga mom shares her how her 4-year-old son lost his eye while playing with a friend. Some were married and some were religious. I ed websites where I could get bookings. The sex work was my extra income, but it paid for my luxury car, beautiful home and bills.
She is okay with my job and what I do. We met on the job and fell in love. He has also told his family, but they have not come to terms with his job. We are not in as much danger as the women and we easily decline clients if they do not meet our requirements as there is more of a need for male sex workers than women.
l Male teacher starts sanitary drive for learners. Daily, Katlego organizes workshops, and outreaches with former and current sex workers to be peer educators. Subscribers can listen to this article. We live in a world where facts and fiction get blurred.
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