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Project Whore: Interview #12

1. What are your thoughts on prostitution?
I believe that it is an industry. A market niche that needs to be fulfilled.  There will always be people willing to pay for these services and they serve a purpose. It allows people who wouldn’t otherwise be able to satisfy their biological needs however does so in a more artificial fashion.
2. Have you slept with a sex worker before?

No
3. Why or why not?

I have never had the need or want to.  
4. What does the word ‘whore’ mean to you?

It is a slur. A hateful word used to dehumanize sex workers whilst also used to belittle and demean female sexuality.
5. Do you believe in monogamy?

To a degree. It is the best option for a vast majority of the population. However, it is not the only way of going about things.

6. Have you been solicited to, by a sex worker in the street? Male or female?

No.
7. Do you think sex work is a choice?

In some cases it is and it can be a choice. However for a large section of the industry it is not which is tragic.
8. Are you heterosexual, bisexual or gay?

I identify as Pansexual. Similar to Bisexual but more personality oriented. In some senses it means I am “Gender Blind” to who I find attractive. Human beings can be exquisitely beautiful regardless of their chromosomes.
9. Are you tempted to pay for sex – if you wanted to experiment?

It crossed my mind when I had male hormones coursing through my veins. However even then it was still something I wasn’t particularly interested in. Sex was never a priority to me. Even more-so now that I am on hormone replacement therapy which has essentially “hit the reset button” on my sexuality.
10. Lastly, do you judge others who visit sex workers regularly?

No. People are paying for a service which they require. So long as it is gone about ethically I am in no place to judge another persons lifestyle choices.

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Project Whore: interview #6

1. What are your thoughts on prostitution?
In all honesty. I never think much about it. To me. It’s normal. Some people choose that life or some don’t have a choice.

2. Have you slept with a sex worker before?
No.

3. Why or why not?
I always like to know the woman I sleep with and have emotional connection.

4. What does the word ‘whore’ mean to you?
I don’t know. I find the word hilarious.

5. Do you belief in monogamy?
Yes I do. Once I have found the one. Which I have.

6. Have you been solicited to, by a sex worker in the street? Male or female?
Yes. Both.

7. Do you think sex work is a choice?
Yes and no.

8. Are you heterosexual, bisexual or gay?
Heterosexual.

9. Are you tempted to pay for sex, if you want to experiment?
No. I get sex every night with my partner.

10. Lastly, do you judge others who visit sex workers regularly?
No. That’s their choice

Project Whore: interview #4

1. What are your thoughts on prostitution?
Until all of us: individually, as a society, as a humanity … don’t resolve our conflicting relationship with intimacy and the way we approach our sexuality and our sexual interactions – prostitution will play significant social role. It also is a source of primary income for number of people and an “industry” and profit-making enterprise for some, as prostitution penetrates all segments of contemporary society.

2. Have you slept with a sex worker before?
No.

3. Why or why not?
I guess, I was always able to find a sexual partner in a different way.

4. What does the word ‘whore’ mean to you?
Anybody who is willing to provide sexual pleasures in exchange for a payment of a sort.

5. Do you belief in monogamy?
Absolutely not.

6. Have you been solicited to, by a sex worker in the street? Male or female?
Yes.

7. Do you think sex work is a choice?
Yes.

8. Are you heterosexual, bisexual or gay?
No.

9. Are you tempted to pay for sex, if you want to experiment?
Yes.

10. Lastly, do you judge others who visit sex workers regularly?
No