Dear Fellow Sex Worker,
It has come to my attention that you are currently passing off one of my original works as your own. It was bound to happen sooner or later, but I was hoping it wouldn’t be one of you. As one of my peers, you more than anyone should understand the damaging effects of piracy. The destruction it has caused to many industries, the personal impact it has on you and I. There are some that argue piracy has worked out for them, and that’s great, but it is not everyones truth – and certainly not in my case or the many others in the industry I speak to regularly.
You are more than capable of producing your own original work, everyone is. The fact that you chose the easy, immoral way out speaks of your character. It also speaks to your work ethic and your future. Those who last long in adult aren’t there because they’re hot, or can take a 10″ dick, or because they have sparkling personalities. The ones who succeed, long term make their own success. They build their own business, they create. They don’t copy/paste. They understand that their customers and fan base pay them because they are unique. You felt like you had to compete against everyone else, and couldn’t. Not because you were incapable, but you just didn’t feel like it.
Most people don’t have the luxuries we do. Making our own schedules, rules, and business. Why would you deny yourself the pleasure of building something you can be proud of?
Let’s take a look at a direct quote, shall we?
Yep, I’m gonna be one of those whose work is to make sure everybody feels good at work, ‘cause work is major part of everyone’s life and it should be a place where you can evolve and feel good as a person.
^ see, this is how you cite someone’s work hun, take note. In fact, here‘s an article for you so there’s no confusion.
If work is a major part of everyone’s life, why are you trying so hard to avoid it?
Do you fear failure? Are you afraid that if you put yourself out there, the REAL you, that you’d be rejected? It’s easier to blame a lack of success on outside factors instead of our inner selves.
I look at you, and I feel sorry for you. I see someone who is full of fear and self doubt, whose self esteem is so fragile that they must go to great measures for self preservation. One of the ways this is done is by always having an excuse for the reason your results weren’t what you wanted. “Oh, it wasn’t ME putting myself out there, they’ve rejected this ‘other’ character that I’ve made, but it isn’t the REAL me, so it’s ok.” Sure, it may feel better in the moment, but you will never understand the true satisfaction of trying your best, and see what results you can achieve. Or even the crushing pain of failure, because each time we tumble is an opportunity for a new lesson. We get better, stronger, we push harder.
You denied yourself all of these pleasures by plagiarizing me.
I can deal with misogynistic assholes who believe the fact that I’m a whore entitles them to my work. I can deal with society at large who looks down upon those in adult, but for one of my own to blatantly disrespect me – it stings.