The response I received about my efforts to censor mongers so I could feel safer was harsh and true.
I was always trying to prove my worth by changing people’s minds about me. My agenda, hidden even from me, was wrapped in intellectualism but was highly emotional.
I was the epitome of every racist stereotype.
In the early years of the 21st century I was in my late 20’s half black/white graduate of an ivy league university who turned to working as a prostitute in Honolulu gritty downtown area. Adjacent to Honolulu business district and Chinatown, “downtown” was and is a hotbed of drug activity. The only tourists to ventureContinue reading “Prostitution in Honolulu circa 2000: What I don’t say about race”
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What does the New York Times have in common with an adult web site that posts anonymous reviews of providers? Sadly, these sources of info/opinions/fantasy (??) have a lot in common now that the New York Times has published an anonymous negative opinion piece about a prominent leader. In both cases we know the authorsContinue reading “Adult web site hooker reviews & the N.Y. Times: Twins?”
I graduated at the top of my class in the top ivy league university. I journeyed from elite to outcast when I turned to prostitution to support my drug habit. I took notes as I went and I can telk the story of success to sex to failure and back again in a fascinating way that will speak to you.
In 2002 I was addicted to crack cocaine and turned to hooking on the streets of downtown Honolulu to support my habit. I was not one of the expensive streetwalkers who strolled Kuhio Avenue in Waikiki wearing platform shoes with the fake fish appearing to swim in glass heels. These women were usually young, attractiveContinue reading “I had a pimp but I did not know it”