The Escort's Notebook: A Decade of Writing on Internet Sex Work

· Golden Girl Press, LLC
Ebook
294
Pages
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About this ebook

Written by escort Amanda Brooks over the span of a decade, The Escort's Notebook reads like a unique newsfeed and/or business manual and touches on a variety of provocative issues. Nearly 100 insightful blog entries have been curated and updated (when necessary) to give the reader a glimpse at an often misunderstood career. Includes pieces that have never been published before.


Of interest:

The benefits and drawbacks of online sex work

Clients - the good, the bad, and the hobbyists

Escort advertising and marketing

Sex work activism and why it matters

Maximizing safety for Internet escorts

A chronicle of the rise of sex trafficking hysteria and SESTA/FOSTA


This is the most accessible of my current books, easy for the curious public to answer some questions. It also offers working escorts plenty of insight not available in my other two books. The blog these entries are taken from written as a companion blog to The Internet Escort's Handbook series. If you're an escort you might enjoy:

My First Professional Sex

Escort Emergency Start-up Kit -- updated post SESTA/FOSTA

What Makes a Good Client?

Expensive vs High-End

Screening 101

Boundaries -- more discussion

Literary Sex Ed for Escorts, Sex Worker Library, and Courtesan Books -- all suggestions for further reading


Written by an escort for escorts.

About the author

Amanda Brooks is a well-known American escort, author, and advocate. She's appeared on The O'Reilly Factor, in CNBC's "The Business of High End Prostitution", National Geographic's "Sex For Sale" and lectured at Duke University.

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