What is the difference between mahus in Honolulu and transgender women in the mainland United States? *Again, my unsupported opinion with lots of generalizations

In Hawaii, men dressed as women aren’t men trying to pass for women nor do they necessarily want to be women. They are in their own gender category. Colloquially called “mahus,” addiction leads them to mingle with the female hookers in downtown Honolulu’s street sex work scene. This is where straight men secretly select them for taboo sex.

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How to start a new career: HOOKER

Surprising Desperation When I first started out in the adult entertainment industry I had no idea what I was doing. It sounds strange and beyond belief that a person who never imagined herself doing anything but living a straight laced life could go off track and not know that she had crossed a line. And […]

Hookers who deny having sex with the practice of “trick f*****g”

It’s very common for sex workers to deny having sex with tricks. They are aware of the social stigma associated with hooking, of course. Many say they usually “just talk,” when asked what they do with guys. A lot of women in jail asked me what i did with the guys and it was easier […]

Adult Online Companionship Ads in Hawaii–truly not prostitution

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