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LUCKY GIRL: How I Survived the Sex Industry by Violet Ivy

LUCKY GIRL: How I Survived the Sex Industry

by Violet Ivy

396 pages
Internationally famous callgirl shares her adventures and 'friends'.

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About the Book
The intimate autobiography of an international call girl. Scary, funny and bizarre stories recorded for your amusement, edification or simply for interesting dinner conversation.

The sex industry is clouded in mystery. It has to be to some extent or it wouldnít survive. But in this age of internet porn, buying pubic hair trimmings online and wife swapping parties itís about time the veils of mystery were taken down.

For moralists, letís visit the chicken and the egg scenario. Which came first the prostitute or the client? If there were no clients then obviously there would be no sex workers. But what if there werenít any prostitutes? Would guys wank themselves silly to porn? Harass their post-menopausal wives? Frequent bars trying their luck? Or hassle the secretary and risk being charged with sexual harassment? Would statistics for rape be on the increase? Is prostitution a necessary evil in our society? Donít mindlessly believe and quote information spoon fed to you by friends, family or the media. Make an educated decision.

Although it was never my intention to get into this industry, Iíve travelled the world, had incredible experiences and bought several properties. I wonít have to rely on the government pension when I retire.

My closest friends are co-workers, madams and clients. Brilliant people who I would never otherwise have had the good fortune to meet. I will never regret my decision to enter this field. It has not always been a bed of roses, but when I compare it to what my life might have been; cleaning job, shitty boss, marriage, perhaps divorce, mortgage, kids, living in the burbs, scraping by to give my kids a better life than I was destined for, I feel that I have been rescuedÖ thank God.

Money doesnít make you happy? Tell that to someone thrown out of his house because he canít make the payments or the mother who canít afford Christmas presents for her kids again this year. Iíve been poor. Money equals choices. Options of how to travel on this journey we call life. Did I make some mistakes? Sure! But thereís not too much Iíd change. What doesnít kill you makes you stronger. Money gives security. Poverty causes ulcers. Financial hardship can also make you compromise yourself in ways that being a sex worker never will.

This industry eats its young and damages those not strong enough to cope. Every worker has a different personality, head space, upbringing, personal history and therefore experience. This book is a glimpse of mine. I am not advocating anyone join the profession. That is a personal choice.

When I started out I could never have imagined what my life journey would look like or where I would be now. I donít even know where in the world I will be in twelve months. What I will be doing? Who I might be bonking, caning or smearing with hot wax? Exciting isnít it? Carpe diem Ė seize the day. Iím a lucky girl.



About the Author
Violet Ivy Internationally famous callgirl shares her rags to riches story. Originally hailing from a small wheat and sheep farm in the country she makes Melbourne her home and the world her playground.



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