Tell me about your work and how it empowers you?
I am actually a full service sex worker here in Vegas. For me, the most empowering thing is the privilege, that even though I am a marginalized person, that I carry within my work. Everyone, friends, family, know what I do and in my community and those communities, it’s very much a privilege to not have to keep it a secret.
What do you think the Vegas kink scene needs?
The Vegas Kink scene needs an overhaul. Business wise I get trying to cater outside the community, but if you’re throwing a kink event, you want to make sure that your attendees are kink minded. You don’t want to exclude the swingers, but if the swingers are just coming there to swing and not respect the demonstrations and scenes that are going on, maybe find a way to inform them so they can learn or stay out. I love you swingers, but stop ruining scenes.
How would you handle that situation if you were in charge of a kink party like that?
I think one of the ways to fix that would be to have individual pricing, individual pricing would do that, real quick. That way you know, we don’t have an influx of men with a lot of money trying to pay their way, and you don’t have a collection of unicorn hunters just trying to live out their fantasies for the night.