About Me


Hi, I'm Georgie. I'm a writer and escort in Melbourne, Australia.

When it comes to sex, drugs, and rock’n’roll, I’ve seen it all. I’m completely unshockable but still give a shit about other people – a winning combination for a career-minded sex worker.

Hailing from Sydney, I spent my twenties performing Australia-wide for the infamous Sydney Hellfire Club. I’ve worked as an adult store salesperson, a graphic designer for porn catalogues, and a pin-up photographer for Picture Magazine. Thanks to Lifeline, I’ve also picked up some training in crisis counselling.

I’ve found my forever home in Melbourne, where I work as an independent escort. I’m well into my first year of an Associate Degree in Professional Writing and Editing at RMIT. My work has been published in The Sydney Morning Herald, The Professional (an outreach magazine for Sydney sex workers) and on relationship blog All We Cannot Say. I also write for Scarlet Blue, Australia’s leading escort directory.

In my free time, I enjoy listening to my friends complain about their love lives and giving impromptu lessons in consent to men on Tinder.

It's easy to forget, but when times are at their hardest romantically, that's when we need to remind ourselves of all the other things we love in the world: our family, our friends, our passions, parts of ourselves and nature we take for granted. Seek love from MANY sources!

Hey @Tinder what's this about deleting the accounts of people who happen to work as sex workers? Sex workers date too. Pull your heads in.

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'I should write a book.' - It's something many sex workers say to themselves. For good reason. It's a profession that lends itself to plenty of crazy and unique stories. It's often still seen as a taboo subject to talk about, with many sex workers hiding their faces in their ads,