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Safety Tips for Internet Escorts via SWOP-MI

Safety Guidelines for Internet Escorts, via SWOP – Michigan

1. Require Basic Personal Information

These are basic description questions that you can use to identify a person that threatens, assaults, or robs you. This information is useful when reporting both to LE as well as to other escorts and blacklist internet boards.
First and Last Name:
Email Address:
Contact Number:
City/State of Residence:
Height / Weight:

2. Require Verification

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Safety Tips for Adult Film Actresses – Via Sex Workers Without Borders

Harm Reduction for Adult Film Actresses, via Sex Workers Without Borders

Harm Reduction for Adult Film Actresses, by Alex Foxe and Jacklyn Lick

* If you have never heard of the company call someone you know in the business and ask about them.

* If it doesn’t feel right don’t do it. The money is never worth it in the long run.

* If you are in pain stop the scene! Take the director off the set and tell him/her what is wrong. Continue reading

9/21/12: Link Exchanges, Law Questions, Sexy Events, HIV Research, Robyn Few

Hello all! Hope you’re having a great September.  Mine’s not so bad, now that I’m aaaaaaaalmost caught up on everything I got behind on during Isaac and the ensuing power outage.  Here are some updates:

In this SWOP-NOLA Update:

Link Exchanges
Share Your Opinions, Questions
Cool, Sexy Stuff is Happening
Southern Harm Reduction Conference
Research Into HIV Prevention
Robyn Few

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Screening Clients : Use P411 (Preferred 411) to its Full Potential

Many providers in New Orleans use Preferred411.com in their client screening process (if you haven’t joined P411 yet, here’s an explanation of how to do so.), but do you know what the numbers in the Client ID really mean? Or do you simply rely on the system of “Okays” a client has received from other escorts and/or FBSM providers?

Here’s a post from Preferred411 admin Gina regarding the recommended use of the P411 system. I’m posting it here for the benefit of those of you who may not be P411 members (and for members who may have missed it):
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Share Your Knowledge: Safety Resources and Information

Share Safety Info and Resources

“If I knew then what I know now…”

In addition to the safety info available on the site, we’d love to hear anything you have to add! Help your fellow sex workers by posting your hard-earned knowledge here.

Feel free to share:

  • Safety Tips
  • Screening Tips
  • Warnings
  • Personal experience
  • What to do in the worst-case scenario
  • Anything else you can think of that might keep someone safe!

Click “leave a reply” to share any helpful info in the comment section below. You can remain anonymous (you don’t have to leave your name / email, but you’re welcome to!)

Sexwork Harm Reduction Tips (adapted from “Tricks of the Trade” by L. Synn Stern-Leslie Peterson)

Adapted from “Tricks of the Trade” by L. Synn Stern-
Leslie Peterson, PBDL 12/07

from Sex Worker Outreach Coalition (SWOC) Portland, Oregon


• Tell someone where you are going and how long you will be gone.
• Try to work in pairs if possible… not side by side, but in sight of one another. Never let the client know you are alone. Let them think you have a friend that knows where you are.
• Try and carry a phone if possible. You can get a 9-1-1 cell phone from some DV/SA agencies.
• Carry a small bag with the essentials: condoms, lube, hand wipes and extra change of clothes for emergencies.
• Shoes should come off easily or be appropriate for running in
• Never carry a lot of money, or else hide money in a place other than a handbag—your shoe, your stocking, inside pocket, your sleeve…
• Walk against traffic, not with it
• The further from the stroll you get with a customer, the harder it becomes to turn him down. If he gives you a bad feeling on the stroll (your territory) It will get worse once you’re in the car (his territory).
• Stand where you can be seen and where you have good, glare-free vision of the stroll and approaching cars.
• Stash keys and other important personal items where they will be accessible and safe –keeping them in your pockets or purse makes them available to customers who want to rob you.
• If dancing in a club, always have a bouncer walk you to your car.
• If accepting drinks from clients, always make sure you watch it being made and do not let it out of your sight.
• Never accept food or drink from a client, unless you have seen him indulge in it first.
• “Act as if.” Always pretend to have security, wealth, health and calm.

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