Sex Workers Are The Unsung Heroes In Nigeria

Okay so before we get into the nitty-gritty of the matter, I’d like to appeal to anyone that will start carrying their noses up at some of my points, the reason for this post is not to agitate, but to entertain and subtly advocate. Emphasis on entertain, if you still don’t get the point, then stay pressed beloved.✌️

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The first thing you should know is, Oxford Dictionary defined ‘a job’ as “A paid position of regular employment”, which proves that sex work, is an actual occupation, whether legally/religiously recognized or not… and just like the corporate world, there are hierarchies and levels to this sh*t, depending on your ‘packaging’, how sexy your ‘office’ looks and your work ethics, your client database could either be the heads of organizations or could be their drivers, you consciously and unconsciously decide which level of the tax bracket you want to provide your services to.

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Anyway, now that we’ve established the legitimacy of sex work as an actual occupation, the rest will be easy to digest if we will …read more

Source:: Idafrica