I had been a professional glamour model since I was a young teenager. It wasn’t until 2013 that I was introduced to “fetish modeling” by a fellow model. One thing led to another, and I was soon knee-deep in the local BDSM scene, exploring rope bondage, sado-masochism, and learning about a wide variety of fetishes. What started off as a mere curiosity turned into a way of life, and then into a career.
I dabbled in the adult industry off and on from 2013 until around 2017. I called myself the “Kinky Exhibitionist Extraordinaire” and prided myself in being genuine and not having to act very much. I enjoyed seeing and being seen. I got paid for fetishes ranging from feet, stomach noises, heartbeat, ball busting, spanking, trampling, and inflation, to name a handful.
I’m now retired from the industry, but still play around occasionally with people I know and trust. I am not for or against the adult industry, and my retiring is not a moral judgment of any sort. I merely realized my mental illnesses make it impossible for me to work any job, and the adult industry in particular seemed to trigger it too much. I still support sex workers and advocate for sex workers’ rights, and I always will.