Recession Drives Professional Women to Kinky Sex Work

As the economy takes a spanking, some professional women are turning to the kinky sex business to supplement their incomes.

“I’ve seen it before,” says Linda, “during the tech bust in 2002. Women who thought they would always make a decent living in the tech sector lost their jobs.” They came looking to Linda’s industry for freelance work, and now it’s happening again: professional women whose cubicle-bound careers have been downsized are entering Linda’s corner of the “gig economy” — a corner that involves whips, ropes, and occasionally, nipple clamps. Read more

5 Responses

  1. Hmm, a shame that straight men don’t really have a comparable *legal* form of income supplement.

  2. hello!
    My family comes from asia, but I am born in norway and speak norwigen. Will you be my Friend?

  3. It’s all about supply and demand. The supply of men interested in kinky sex so far exceeds the demand that women don’t need to pay for kinky sex partners. Of course, sometimes what you get is worth exactly what you paid for it.

  4. Yes, but I don’t speak Norwegian.

  5. i just want to know on how to have to approach her with the sex story?

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