An ex-prostitute who “got addicted to money” and took on more clients than her “body can handle” has revealed the dangers of sex work to warn others against working in brothels.
Maeve Moon from Manchester, who lived in Lancashire growing up before moving to Surrey while studying for a degree, initially started out as a sugar baby.
She traveled to America with her Sugar Daddy, where she began her two-year journey as a full-time escort – and she continued to do so despite the impact it had on her health.
Now Maeve, who is on track to become a qualified psychotherapist and offers online classes to women on her site Profit From Trauma, has spoken out to help other young women who may be lured into the sex industry by the idea of quick cash. . .
Speaking in her Youtube Channel Profit From Trauma she said: ‘Initially I charged £150 an hour and I remember him (the client) handing me this £150 and I remember I just walked into my roommates’ room – I did this in my dorm – and I just slapped this money against my hand.
Ex-prostitute Maeve Moon, who lived in Lancashire growing up before moving to Surrey where she began college, became ‘addicted to money’ and took on more clients than her ‘body could handle’
Maeve Moon (pictured) started out as a student escort and continued to do so despite the impact it had on her health
‘150 pounds is nothing at all, nothing at all. But if you’re used to working for peanuts, £150, you’re screwed.’
However, it wasn’t long before the initial excitement faded and the industry’s physical demand began to affect Maeve’s day-to-day happiness.
“I got thinner and thinner and I allowed my self-esteem to go further down, I allowed people to do worse and worse things to me,” she continued.
Maeve, who now warns others of the dangers of using their bodies as a “purchasable and useful commodity,” went on to explain how she would let customers become violent toward her — but added that she would justify it by turning against herself. say ‘that at least they don’t do to other women’.
‘I got an addiction to money and it just got worse and worse and worse; I might take more clients than my body can handle in a day and then do it six or seven days a week,” she told the publication. “And I couldn’t handle it, so I just kept going on and off.”
On her websiteMaeve noted: “By the end of 2019, I developed a pelvic inflammatory disease, copper poisoning, a weed addiction, an apartment in central London to pay for, and a life I hated beyond measure.”
Maeve (pictured, now) is on her way to becoming a qualified psychotherapist, offering online classes to women at her site Profit From Trauma
Maeve (pictured) went on a spiritual retreat before leaving London – vowing never to escort again
She went on to say that she went on a spiritual retreat before leaving London – and vowed never to escort again.
Since then she has Instagram page @profit_from_trauma, along with Youtube, TikTok and Spotify, and says she believes trauma can be harnessed in many ways – including emotionally, spiritually and financially.
Maeve added: ‘The most important thing a young person who is seduced by sex work should know is this; if money were no object, would you really want to do this with your life?’
“I know this logic applies to most jobs, but most jobs are not as physically and intimately intrusive, and both psychologically and potentially physically harmful in the long run as sex work.” Whether online or in person, it is an intimate energy exchange that is usually one-sided (sex worker > client)….’
She went on to explain that for personal clients, she believes you share souls when you have sex – so you take a piece of their soul and they take a piece of you.
“A prostitute, sugarbaby or escort is allowed to have sex 7+ times a day, that’s 7 random energies going into their body, and 7 souls they’ll carry,” she added.
Maeve went on to discuss the long-term effects of online and in-person sex work before urging young girls to carefully consider the harm it can cause before jumping in the head.
“The long-term effects of possible dissociation, disengagement, PTSD, CPTSD, during intimacy and physical touch or intimate conversations with steady partners in the present and future can be influenced,” she explains. “And your relationship with your own body will certainly be a risk factor once you turn your genitals and sacred intimate areas into a salable and useful commodity.”
She added: ‘The body is priceless and it is the most loyal friend you will ever have. Think about this, would you sell your best friend to a dirty gambler for £10 a month or £150 for an hour where he can say and do whatever he wants for his own sexual satisfaction? Probably not, because the money isn’t worth it.’