This X-Hooker Considers A Key🔐 to Oprah’s Greatness, & Hopes to Share in Said Greatness


Oprah Got Me Through a Rough Childhood

I thank Oprah Winfrey for being there for me when I was in middle and high school in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s. This was a friendless time of almost relentless solitude. I say “almost” because the isolation was interrupted for one hour every weekday, 4-5 p.m., 🕓-🕔, when I watched her talk show 📺 after jumping ship from Phil Donahue’s show. I felt I was welcome to join her in her space and she wanted to visit me in my space. I didn’t feel like a total loser for imagining that she was my friend because I was sure that if we met in real life, she truly would’ve cared about me, accepted me for who I was, and been my friend. It could’ve happened.

I’m not talking about charisma, like the charm one sees when watching Will Smith or Tom Hanks. During roughly that same time period during my childhood these two actors were both in sitcoms (Fresh Prince of Bel Air and Bosom Buddies, respectively). They had yet to reach the fullness of their success but I noticed them both. Even in those early days they were both better than their costars. It was impossible to describe exactly how they did it, but that X factor of theirs lit up the small screen the way the people surrounding them did not. Oprah’s gift of welcoming embrace is different. Smith and Hanks make you want to watch them. Oprah makes you feel like you’re with her by her invitation. (Aside: After I insisted on reading my work to my host while he tried to watch tv he added that her generosity didn’t hurt her image either. Aside, Aside: I bet I’d be less isolated if I respected what people were already doing instead of interrupting. But, anyway)

Oprah & Me, Today

I hope Oprah reads my blog. I believe that in spite of where I’ve been she would accept me now. Maybe she’d listen to me with more interest since I’ve been in institutes of higher education 👩🏽‍🎓and institutions of incarceration. I confess to you, my dear readers, that I still hope fervently for worldwide success with this blog. I want to bring insight and hope for the sake of serving others. And for my sake, I so want to legitimize my life choices and not have the mind that’s the terrible thing to waste. I fantasize that Oprah will read it and give it (and me) her stamp of approval. One thumbs up 👍from her—imagine! If any of you know a way to bring my blog to her attention, I authorize you to take action on my behalf and show her my work with its adjusted tag line:

The purpose of the fictitious ExpertEscort, Words of a “Harvard” X-hooker: a respectable analysis of prostitution and addiction for regular people.

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