Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who are you?
    • I’m a queer trans person who likes to act sexy for nickels. I’m from Detroit Michigan, where I live with a bunch of gay people and a cat named Bix. I’ve been lucky enough to work in porn since 2013, and my ‘day job’ includes work as a graphic designer and IT professional.
  • What else do you do?
    • I like laughing, and art. I do stencil graffiti, ride my bike a whole lot, research random topics, build / fix things, and zone out while outdoors. I’ve been into the BDSM scene for approximately forever, and have a strange attraction to those Gold Rush shows.
  • Do you prefer men or women / top or bottom?
    • I don’t really feel the need for concrete preferences, I like all sorts of everything. That said, I typically don’t find myself topping men or ending up in long-term relationships with them. Women are great.
  • Wanna fuck?
    • I don’t escort, so your odds are much better if you:
      • work in porn OR are a pro-Dom AND
      • are good-looking, fun, respectful AND
      • are able to send a cohesive introductory message
  • Wanna c2c / private / chat / kik / etc. ?
  • Can you teach me how to self suck?
    • Nope. I’m blessed with natural flexibility and you’re probably going to injure yourself.
  • How long have you been trans?
    • Since 2011. Before that I was still a queer person with hips, tits, and nearly no body hair, who often got confused for a girl anyway.
  • What’s wrong with your voice?
    • Testosterone causes an irreversible thickening and lengthening of the vocal chords that causes people high in testosterone to have deeper voices. To me, being trans is about being more authentic, and I personally don’t feel that faking my voice is conducive to that goal. Of course, many trans people do feel it’s a helpful aspect of their transition. I find that people who earnestly respect my identity don’t have a problem with my voice, but I am not a ‘stealth’ trans person, and having a voice with a deeper register also helps ‘out’ me to strangers who may be uncertain what they’re getting into.
  • Are you going to go “all the way”?
    • Ugh, this question is so stupid. I haven’t “always been a woman”, nor do I strictly identify as one now  (though it’s clearly easier to portray that role for the sake of sex work).
  • Uhhh…?
    • I was born with typical male levels of testosterone and typical female levels of estrogen, but I didn’t like how testosterone made me feel, so I got rid of it with medication. Having a higher balance of estrogen than testosterone accentuates my female secondary sex characteristics, and in a society that puts so many expectations on a delineation of binary gender, it’s easier for me to “pass as a woman” than as the gender I was designated at birth. In my case, none of these motivations necessitate the surgical removal or enhancement of any of my body parts. I’m not the biggest fan of my penis, but paying $30k to get it flipped inside out isn’t going to make me feel any better.
  • Oh yeah?
    • Yep.