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29-Dec-2016 17:01 by 4 Comments

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Last week, GMB member Irene Everett won the first ever unfair dismissal case for a sex worker, against Essex-based Datapro Service Limited.She had worked on their live adult chat lines for eight years.

At first I thought this was a euphemism, until he added he wanted to me suck his penis while I did it.

And often, the person who had worked as this girl wasn't working at that time, and so you would have to pretend to be this person - in fact the allocation of clients was almost totally random, so with the majority of clients you were continuing on from someone elses conversation, pretending to be them.

This was much harder as you had to spend time checking and updating notes (which was unpaid), and could be very tricky with clients who had long, long histories. At first, this sounded amazing, especially as I could type them (140 characters average) with a keyboard - I figured I could average 3-4 texts a minute - which works out at over 20 quid an hour.

I was also further slowed down by (obviously) not being able to constantly able to type at my full speed for 6 hours in a row (I had to work straight shifts), and also having to constantly think up new ideas - there are only so many words for a cock, and only so many ways you can be taken from behind by the same guy before you start repeating yourself! it just became really, really boring, so I wouldn't want to do it constantly at my full speed, and so my rate quickly began to drop.

There were also all the usual problems with piece rate, such as lack of a secure income and being unpaid for any kind of break in the work I made - so for example I wasn't paid when I needed the toilet on top of this.

At first, it was easy, and a bit of a laugh - as well as funny talking point with my friends, but this didn't last for very long... This was paid either by paypal or direct bank transfer, and I never had any problems with lack of payment. Firstly, due to checking and updating notes and also getting information that matched the client (to keep them interested, I had to pretend to be local, so had to do stuff like look up info on local pubs etc.

if I was asked where I liked to go), this rather never ever happened, because I wasn't constantly doing the 'paid' bit of the job.

And obviously, given the nature of it, I had to act out enjoying all of this.

It's really weird, because it's hard to describe and convey just why it was so wrong - I'm sure to a lot of people it just sounds funny, and on a conscious level to me, it was.

In the end with all this factored in, I was probably only making £3-4 an hour on average, and maybe £6 an hour if I was busy.

On slow days when there weren't many clients, I could be making less than £2 an hour.

I provided a scan of a (female) friends passport to 'prove' I was over 18 - I thought I would have to pretend to be female, although in retrospect I very much doubt they cared.