“He said he wanted to pull me out of my ‘misery’ and offered to be my sugar daddy.”
“I’d probably be lying if I said this was altruistic, but the way I see it, I’d much rather my money go to somebody who appreciates me as opposed to blowing it all at a strip club.”
“The situation was bad, but I didn’t have to worry about it getting worse. I didn’t feel anxious about my salary cut, instead I felt stable and safe.”
“Unemployment is a major problem for transgender people, so I try to use my power as a sugar baby to help people from my community find jobs.”
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En spørgeundersøgelse blandt britiske studerende viser, at én ud af tyve personer kender nogen, der finansierer deres uddannelse som escort.
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