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



The Website Reviews here on The ValleyScott Blog have now amassed over ten thousand total views!!!!  I am thrilled that these resources have been so valuable to the community.  I look forward to posting more reviews in the coming months.

Reader Survey

I am conducting a short survey to find out how people feel about The ValleyScott Blog.  All responses will be kept confidential.  This is just a chance for me to find out how this site is doing.  Click here to take the survey: Reader Survey


May Fundraising

The time f year has come when The ValleyScott Blog needs to pay its bills.  I am looking to raise funds to pay for renewing our domain name, renewing (and upgrading) our web hosting, and adding in more features to the site.  I also need financial help to upgrade some equipment and to cover travel & other expenses so that I can continue to bring great content to this site.

Please help me out by going to Go Fund Me– ValleyScott Blog to give to our support campaign.  I’m trying to raise a fairly large amount, but any contribution to this work will help.  I want to be able to continue to offer the monthly Giveaways, travel to special events, and do more interviews & special features.  But this takes funding.  So please, if like The ValleyScott Blog, help out with a donation to the Go Fund Me page or become a monthly supporter on Patreon (Patreon/valleyscott).  Thank you for your support!


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April Anniversary Giveaway!

The winner of this month’s giveaway is. . . a Blog user who wishes to remain Anonymous.  Congratulations on your $100 Amazon card.  Enjoy!


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.


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







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.

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.


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.