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Welcome to The ValleyScott Blog!

Thank you for visiting The ValleyScott Blog, your home for an honest, open exploration of the world of Sex Work.

Support Providers In Need

The ValleyScott Blog wants to be a place where people in the Sex Work Community can turn for help.  If you or someone you know needs financial assistance due to a crisis, please contact us so we can post about it and direct people to where they can help.

Sex Work Positive Brands

We want to highlight brands and services that promote a Sex Work Positive message, that support Sex Workers, and/or are owned & operated by Sex Workers.  If you or someone you know has a business or brand that fits this description, let us know.  

 

 

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Spotlight: Injustice

This post takes a look at the injustice faced by Sex Workers by sharing the story of two ladies who were arrested in recent “anti-sex trafficking” stings. Please read & share their story.

Website Reviews

One of the most popular features on The ValleyScott Blog are the reviews of various websites that are used by the community. Go to Website Reviews to read them.  These reviews have been viewed over 10,000 times and helped thousands of Sex Workers and Clients find the websites they need.

Spotlight: Sabrina Luv

Take a look inside the world of a premier provider.  Miss Sabrina opens up about her work, her struggles, and her favorite parts of being an FBSM provider. click here

 

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Disclaimers:

Commenting

Commenting is allowed (and encouraged) on most posts on The ValleyScott Blog.  However, there must be some rules.  Comments should be relevant to the topic of the post or page.  No unnecessary vulgarity is allowed.  No hate speech is allowed.  No “spam” comments are allowed.  Comments should be respectful of the author(s) of the post or other commenters.  Opposing or differing viewpoints are welcome and encouraged, but should be presented in respectful and constructive ways.  All comments are subject to moderation and can be edited or deleted at the discretion of the site administrator(s).  Users who violate these rules can be blocked from further commenting.  Comments containing “Hate Speech” can be reported to the hosting service or other proper authorities.  Death threats or other threats of violence will be reported to the appropriate authorities.

Advertising

Advertising on The ValleyScott Blog takes two forms.  Some ads are placed her by the hosting service.  But featured ads in the sidebar (generally in blue boxes) are direct ads that support the Blog.  The VSB chooses to only allow ads from businesses that are owned, operated, or fully support Sex Workers/sex work.  We support the brands that support and involve our community.  Ads are not, however, for illicit or sexual services.

Gender Terms

It is our desire for this site and its content to be inclusive of the entire CTS Community, however, for the ease of discussion certain gender terms will generally be used due to their overall prevalence in the community.  Clients will mostly be referred to in the masculine since the majority of CTS clients are men.  And providers will generally be referred to in the feminine since the majority of CTS providers are women (or identify as women).  This is in no way meant to be discriminatory or to disregard others within the community.  To read more please read A Note on Gender Terms . Thank you.

Prostitution

Providing sexual acts in exchange for money is a violation of the law in many jurisdictions. While we at The ValleyScott Blog disagree, in principle, with these laws and would like to see Sex Work decriminalized, this website and blog does not exist for the promotion of illegal activities. This is a place for the open discussion of the realities of Consensual Transactional Sex. No illegal activities are advertised on this site. An admission of participating in such activities is an act of Free Speech and Expression, covered and allowed by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Talking or writing about past experiences is not a crime.