If you're on Twitter, you may have come across our profile - where we share articles and ask questions to get a better idea of what clients need to know.
Now, we have a new profile that's only visible to Satisfaction Project members and partners. We created this so that you can connect with other members to share advice, get support and ask for help.
Here's everything you need to know about the feed, how to get access, and what's expected of you when you connect with fellow members online.
Social media spaces such as Facebook groups and message forums can be a really useful way to chat to like-minded people. But thanks to sex and sex work censorship, Twitter is the only really big social media platform that allows us to openly talk about being (or seeing) sex workers.
If you're already on Twitter, you'll know that it can be a great place to follow escorts and other sex workers and hear their day-to-day thoughts. We already have a public social media profile, and our founder Georgie Wolf has one, too.
But we also want a space just for our members, so we can give you the personalised attention you deserve and help you get acquainted with other clients like yourself...people who are committed to having top-notch experiences. We'll also be inviting a select few industry experts, such as trusted escorts, to offer their advice and encouragement.
The member-only Twitter feed is private, which means that only approved followers can see what we write. This gives you the chance to chat with Georgie and with other members, by commenting on our posts.
How to get access
- You must be a member of The Satisfaction Project to view the posts on our member-only profile. Not yet a member? Click here to sign up.
- If you don't already have a Twitter profile, you'll need to set up an account. If privacy is an issue, consider using an anonymous name and profile picture (more on that below).
- Visit our member-only Twitter profile and click 'follow'.
4. Last, hit the 'send message' button and tell us your email address. We ned to know the email you used to sign up at The Satisfaction Project website, so we can check you're a member.
5. We'll check your follow request and approve it within 24 hours.
Protecting your privacy
If privacy is a concern for you, here are a few tips keeping your identity private on social media.
- Consider signing up with a different name, email address and profile pic to your real-life details.
- Never give out personal details to anyone, even if they're a fellow member.
- Remember: what you write goes public. The Twitter feed is private - only members can see our posts. But anyone who follows you on Twitter will be able to see your comments, even if they don't follow our feed. It's a bit like having a conversation with a group of friends at a party - you might still be overheard by others. Don't comment or share unless you're comfortable with that!
- You can ask a question anonymously by direct-messaging (DMing) it to us using the 'send message' button. As long as it's appropriate, we'll repost it for you on the feed without your name attached.
(Note: You can change your Twitter privacy settings to hide your posts from people you haven't approved, but this means other members won't be able to see your posts and you won't be able to take part in the bigger conversation.)
Our code of conduct
Our private feed allows members to get to know each other and share their thoughts. To make sure everyone gets along, we have rules that must be followed.
- Be friendly and supportive - after all, that's what we're all here for! Insulting members or moderators isn't ok. Same goes for trolling or starting arguments just for the fun of it - that's not the vibe we want in this group.
- No hate speech. We don't expect you to know all the politically-correct words for everything, but just work off the general principle that everyone deserves respect, no matter their age, race, body type, kinks, level of experience/ability, or what they do for a living.
- Don't name names. A lot of sex workers aren't comfortable with their service list, location, and other intimate details being public. If you want to share a personal experience, please don't name the worker involved.
- General recommendations are fine, eg, "@GeorgieWolf is great!" or "If you visit Sydney, I'd recommend @Jennahasredhair."
Breaking any of these rules once means a warning message...twice, and you'll be removed from the private Twitter feed. It's nothing personal...but want to make sure everyone gets a fair go.
Ready to get started?
Twitter can be a fun way to connect, and I'm looking forward to chatting and exploring the amazing world of sex work with you. If you have any trouble getting started, send us an email and we'd be happy to help you out.