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Anything But a Wasted Life

Anything But a Wasted Life

by Sita Kaylin

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Working as a stripper is anything but easy. You're often treated like a living blow-up doll and a therapist simultaneously. It's a life that many judge easily ... until you know more. Sita Kaylin, a California-based veteran in the sex industry, has lived the pitfalls of being naked in front of strangers and the absurdities that arise when you fake intimacy for a living. She left home when she was sixteen, worked hard at several jobs and eventually started college after dropping out of high school. There, a roommate turned her on to stripping, revealing a way out of the crushing financial pressures she felt and her struggles as a pre-law student with very little time or energy to study. She had no idea how wild her journey would become and what a large part of her life it would be. Sita's stories take shape through an often altered, occasionally sarcastic, sometimes illegal and frequently funny magnifying glass she holds up to not just the sex industry, but also to human needs and desires, modern relationships, mental health, personal independence. Anything But a Wasted Life is the memoir of an unorthodox life about a woman who has rarely said 'no' to life.

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ISBN-13: 9789353020200
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 07/25/2018
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 332
Sales rank: 921,030
File size: 750 KB

About the Author

Sita Kaylin was born in San Francisco in 1970. After dropping out of high school, she graduated Pre-law where started stripping -- law schoolnever happened. She's a veteran sex worker who currently calls Los Angeles her home. She divides her time between writing, seeingprivate clients, taking photos of half-naked women, hanging with her tipsy friends and her pet cat.

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