Things You Should and Shouldn’t Spend Your Dirty Sexy Money On by Sovereign Syre


Here is a practical guide for porn girls/escorts/strippers/cam girls about what you should and should not spend your money on. It is very simple.  If any of these ideas intrigue you, people have written tons of books and web guides and everything else to get your ass wherever you want to be.


Things you should not spend your money on:



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You shouldn’t spend money on your man, or on maintaining your man or on getting a man.  You shouldn’t spend your time trying to chase after sugar daddies either.  Let me tell you why.  One day that mother fucker will wake up and leave you…even in marriages to women who aren’t sex workers the divorce rate is 1 in 2.  Those are not good odds.  Let’s be practical.  You can earn for yourself, and that motherfucker can earn for himself too.  Your relationship will be better for it.  You are more confident when you are financially independent.  When you are confident, you are a better partner.  When one partner supports the other financially, it is an inevitability that feelings of contempt, despair and resentment will build.  I’m keeping this short and sweet, but that’s the bottom line.

The problem with sugar daddies is that you are living in a gilded cage.  You are forcing yourself to tolerate men that for the most part you don’t love and don’t really like in order to maintain your lifestyle.  It’s not good for you emotionally to fake the kind of intimacy this requires.  You will permanently damage your heart and its ability to form and maintain quality relationships in your personal life.  It is like losing the ability to orgasm or taste food.  You really don’t want to risk this kind of psychological injury.


Drugs are bad.  I used to be addicted to crystal meth.  Ask a friend whose been on drugs about The Darkness.  They will explain this further.  Read Dark Night of the Soul by St. John of the Cross and listen to the Nine Inch Nails Fragile recordings and you might get an idea of the abyss that you will find yourself residing in.

And I was a lucky one.  I didn’t lose any teeth, prostitute myself, or go to jail.

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Here today, gone tomorrow.  By the time you know that something is fashionable or a status symbol of the wealthy, it is already passe to those very people you are trying to be like.  They’re all laughing at you.  No, really, they are laughing so hard at your basic ass.  Don’t give them the satisfaction.  Disdain what you cannot have.  We can’t all be trust fund children.  Trust me, you don’t want to be like most of them anyway.  They tend to be insufferable, desperately unhappy, and pathologically unable to love or feel pleasure.

Things you Should Spend Your Money On:





I’m a little biased.  I was an overachiever.  I grew up in poverty and was led to believe that the only thing that could lift me out of it was an education.  I graduated early from highschool.  By the time I was 21, I was in my second year of graduate school.  I don’t regret a second of it.

One, it is something that you can’t lose when the “housing bubble” bursts or assets go toxic.  It is with you for life.  Two, and more importantly I think, it enriches your experience of life.  When you have an understanding of politics, history, society, and the arts, the world you encounter will be more enjoyable to you.  You can actually appreciate what’s going on around you.  It’s like the difference between keeping your foreskin or getting a circumcision.

Being an autodidact is fine (but for the love of God don’t become a dilettante), it’s great if you love to read or educate yourself, but there is something about going to school and encountering structured study, about being made to study things that you don’t care about, that gives breadth to your understanding, not just depth of your particular areas of interest.  More than that, you learn to discern shit form shinola, and you are going to need that skill for the rest of your life if you want to survive.


You’ll never regret spending your money to travel to different countries, to go see your favorite band, to go to Burning Man.  You’re creating memories that will sustain you through the hard times.


Listen, you are going to have to start thinking about how to make your money work for you.  I used to hang with a drug dealer (whatever, I came from some rough neighborhoods).  He was quizzing a runner about how much he should charge for a certain amount of product.  The runner said “I don’t know.  I’m not good at math.”  The dealer said, “If you’re going to have a habit like this, you better get good at math.”

If you’re going to be a sex worker, you are not going to have a retirement plan and health insurance (unless you work for  They do provide workers comp if you’re injured on the job at The Armory).  You need to accept responsibility for these things.  You don’t need a business degree.  Most of your questions can be answered by spending a few hours on the internet.  Every successful business person I’ve talked to has told me the best policy is to just sort of jump into starting your business, and the pertinent questions will present themselves.

My grandfather used to always say to me: “You’re a beautiful girl, but someday a man is going to want to talk with you.  Will you have something to say?”

The point being, someday the scenes will become sparse, the clients will dwindle…gravity will take hold.  You have to accept the reality that you will not do this forever and that if you want to have an empire, you have to fucking build it.  I know most of you think you’ll just marry an Emperor, but keep in mind you could wast half your lifetime trying to figure out which ones aren’t wearing any clothes.

Remember ladies: To love the King is not bad, but a King that loves you is far better.

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