Cambridge

Michelle is a new escort in Massachusetts, she has live in the state all her life and now she is available as a local massage girl;

 

Do all escorts and massage girls in Cambridge MA enjoy rimming?

Letting a client lick my  ass is a service that is becoming more and more popular. If a guy wants to lick my arse, my attitude is, why not!  I know a lot of Cambridge MA escorts  prefer to let a guy cum in their mouth rather than let a guy lick their ass, but to me it’s all the same.

 

Are there any trans escorts in Cambridge MA?

The popularity of Tranny escorts has grown over the past few years. Many straight guys are interested in a feminine TS escort, the attraction of an hour or two with a sexy tranny is there for all to see. On adult tube sites one of the most visited areas is the shemale and tranny videos. Once you have seen these great looking transsexuals perform on film it’s easy to see why lots of guys want to experience a date with a TS escort in Cambridge MA. You can find ladyboy escorts who offer incall with erotic massage on xlamma. 

 

I want to meet a trans escort in Cambridge MA,  does this mean I am gay?

With the advent of porn tube sites, access to shemales and transsexuals has become a popular view for many straight men. Looking at these very feminine ts gurls it is no wonder that men want to have a sexual encounter with an ultra sexy TS escort in Cambridge MA. When guys go to places such as Bangkok or the Philippines, ladyboy escorts are almost indistinguishable from the female escorts that offer their services to tourists. Thankfully, we don’t have to travel far to sample the delicious taste of the Trans escorts in Cambridge MA because they are here for all of the lucky punters on xlamma. 

 

How has society's attitude change towards the women that are involved in the sex industry?

It's not a secret that men have dominated what is sexually appropriate for women for as long as most of us can remember. From how its acceptable to dress, to what kind of hairstyles are sexy, men have been at the forefront of deciding society’s standards of women. So, it’s no surprise that men have also dominated the narrative that comes with working in the sex industry. Being a prostitute, an escort, a porn star, glamour model or any kind of sex worker has always been frowned upon or viewed as something to be ashamed of. People who took on these roles were labelled whores. The word meaning a person who engages in promiscuous sex for money. However, the connotations with that word go far deeper by societal standards. In the worst sense a whore is somebody deemed undeserving of respect, love or any genuine treatment. Sex workers were dehumanized purely for the entertainment and pleasure of others. Sex workers were people who hid in the shadows. But it seems, that is all beginning to change. 

Is it because men like sluts so much that they can’t help visiting massage parlors in Cambridge MA?

I speak predominately about women entering this industry, as in 2019 the independent reported that 90% of US sex workers are women. Being a woman myself, I can speak confidently on the sexual exploitation that we face at the hands of societies misogynist standards, which are only heightened for those in the sex work industry, but these are not limited to women only. One thing that has remained consistent in society’s expectations is the subconscious thought that women cannot or should not sexualise themselves.  We have all been so conditioned to view a woman who sexualises herself as a whore that most of us have never questioned the reasoning behind the narrative. I recall as a child when Katie Price took over all the headlines and magazines for her work as a glamour model. I remember all the adults around me having nothing pleasant to say about her, I recall articles trolling her and a very large outcry at her devious sexual confidence. As a child I took on the belief that Katie Price couldn’t possibly respect, love or value herself and must most definitely be a whore. As an adult I have had to laugh at this very simplistic and totally ignorant viewpoint of an attractive woman using her own sexuality to her advantage. Because in order to sexualise yourself you must be lacking in self-respect, self-love and self-worth. Unless you’re being told to by a man of course.

Are there porn star escorts in Cambridge MA?

Little did we all know Katie Price was way ahead of her time and paved the way for many others who came after her. Working in the sex industry is more socially acceptable than it was even just five years ago. Although I think this has less to do with society's viewpoint and more to do with the people who work in this industry caring less and less about what anyone has to say. With sites like onlyfans.com becoming increasingly popular, so much so it was referenced by Beyoncé herself in her recent song ‘Savage’ featuring Megan Thee Stallion. Only fans allow content creators to charge their fans a monthly subscription for access to the images/videos they upload. The website is most known for its use by adult content creators and saw a 75% increase in signups during the coronavirus lockdown. Along with the English collective of prostitutes reporting that sex workers earn significantly more than women in other jobs (including public sector roles) it’s no surprise sites like only fans are becoming more appealing. 

Black escorts in Cambridge MA empower women to reach higher goals!

Ebony (25), an adult content creator on only fans described working in the sex industry as “the most empowering job role” she has had. We met via zoom call and her confidence radiated through my laptop screen. She explained to me that once she got over her own personal issues with sex work, she found it enjoyable and preferred it to her previous full-time office job. Speaking very openly she told me, “I earn ten times more than I did working a full-time job, I can work my only fans page from anywhere at any time, which means not only do I have more money to play with, I also have more time to do whatever I please”.  I prompted her to share some of the harder parts of the industry and if she receives any negative response in her everyday life. To which she began to tell me that any negative experience depends on your ability to take criticism. “With anything you do in life, somebody, somewhere will have something bad to say. Society says I’m trash because I use my body to make money. Do I think I’m trash? No, I don’t. Do I feel like trash just because some people say I am? Absolutely not. If I lived my life based on everybody else’s standards I wouldn’t be this rich or this happy. It’s really that simple.”

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It’s apparent that people are much more confident and feel less embarrassed about entering the sex industry. However, I believe it’s less to do with a dramatic change in society's viewpoint and everything to do with people, especially women becoming more concerned with their own self views than the perception of society. Mainstream media attention on celebrities and artists such as Cardi B, who openly promote the use of their own sexuality with such confidence, have shown how sexualising oneself isn’t necessarily degrading and really can take you to the top of whichever career you choose. The standard viewpoint of society is having less of an impact on people and the decisions they make. People are becoming more empowered by themselves rather than the acceptance of others. Women especially are owning their sexuality and finally learning that its not up to men or society to sexualise us. We hold all the power to do so in whichever way we choose. Society, whether it likes it or not, will at some point be forced to accept this change and follow those who lead the way.