Thriving in Sex Work - Lola Davina (Paperback)
ABOUT THE BOOK
Sex work is "easy money?" Hardly. The adult industry is riddled with pitfalls and dangers. Erotic labor is often emotionally demanding, draining, and complex. It can be hard to know who to turn to for advice on keeping yourself safe and sane.
Lola Davina, former stripper, dominatrix, porn actress, and escort, provides the life skills you need to prosper, including
~ Cultivating friendships, community, and romance
~ Mastering money
~ Debunking sex industry myths such as: you have to be flawless, or clients hate to hear "no"
~ Avoiding trigger states, like loneliness, fatigue, boredom, anxiety and depression, that lead to bad decision-making and burnout
~Surviving bad calls, shifts, and shoots...and so much more!
Thriving in sex work means having a healthy body, mind, heart, and bank account. No matter your job title or gender, whether you're independent or work for someone else if you want to succeed in sex work, this book is for you.ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Lola Davina has spent more than 25 years in and around the sex industry, working as a stripper, dominatrix, porn actress, and escort over a fifteen-year period. She has earned an M.A. in Human Sexuality and an M.S. in Nonprofit Fundraising, and writes a self-care and wellness column for YNOTcam.com.REVIEWS
"The advice and lessons contained in this amazing piece of literary art can apply to anyone in any job. Most of us, deep down, are not so confident and secure as to refuse advice or assistance." -JS Early
"To be honest, I would recommend this to anyone wanting to reconcile stigma and shame in their lives, manage their work and relationship with people, be mentally and physically healthy, and just be a wholesome individual. Anyone should go for it!" - Nimisha Agarwal for Tickle.Life
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Review: Thriving in Sex Work: A Self-Help Book for Sex Workers by Lola Davina
Nimisha, Jul 14
Contrary to many people, I am a person who judges a book by the cover, and especially the title. The title, for me, carries with it the niche of the book, as well as the core message.
Contrary to many people, I am a person who judges a book by the cover, and especially the title.