Coming from a strict religious Jehovah’s Witness background, by the time I was 20 I was a divorced single mother of 3 who had already suffered from molestation and rape. Needing money to care for my kids (because their father was running from paying child support) I turned to exotic entertainment. During that time I found a way to lift my self worth and give my children a life they deserved.
Although I left the industry in 2006 and launched into corporate America, along the way I was met with much opposition from my past as an exotic dancer. This constant opposition, along with my own struggle with the sexual trauma of my past, eventually lead me into depression from shame and guilt, and eventually, near fatal alcoholism.
Determined to get better, I picked myself up and got sober in July 2014. Since then I have begun paving the way for judgement free self expression.
Knowing that the harsh opinion from others, and myself, nearly drove me to fatal self destruction, I learned how to confidently push societal and religious rules on self love for the feminine and masculine. We do not need to hide our genuine selves any more!
I used to hide my kinks, fetishes and interests because mainstream society prefers them in the shadow. I now see who I am as a gift to help liberate others.