Adult Industry, Business, Life, Work, lifestyle – Podcast: launch June 15th
Coming soon on all good podcast platforms: iTunes, Spotify, stitcher, Google Podcast and more simply search our podcast title.
Media enquiries Lillian@adultwork.com.au
The oldest profession in the world…decadent, taboo, seedy.
Seriously? It’s 2020 and our world as we know it has been turned upside down by a pandemic and let’s face it, nothing is the same. Walking into someone else’s slipstream can get you bedridden or worse, so how do we connect, have intimacy?
Enter Lianne Young, a retired adult star and notably, Shane Warne’s ‘former’ relationship therapist…. partnering with AdultWork, one of the world’s largest adult content management platforms
Lianne hosts a variety of engaging podcasts for women and the adult industry in the UK, she is also a Royal Commentator. What a delectable bag of goodies she is. Lianne will host a 10 – part series, about AdultWork Australia and their launch here in the land down under. With stories and interviews from a wide variety of sex workers, newbies, and adult industry professionals, it’s a veritable adult ball pit of colorful personalities and you don’t want to miss this!
Launching on June 15th AdultWork: The New Profession will take us through how and why more and more people are turning to the adult industry to survive, how they make that transition, and how it impacts their lives. Let’s face we all have mothers, disapproving fathers, becoming a sex worker albeit one just offering digital services is still stigmatic. But today in 2020 during a crisis such as Covid19 we have little choices available to us. Not to mention those who relied fulltime on sex work for a living.
AdultWork first appeared in 2003 in the UK, it quickly grew to be the largest adult site in the UK and Europe. It has 10 million unique hits per month and unlike any of its competitors, is a content management platform hosting everything in the one place, safe secure and compliant. Where else today, can you earn, meet people, and connect safely? Porn hubs traffic in April 2020 was up by 22% on the month before and AdultWork.com reported a rapid increase in people wanting to webcam and those seeking webcam services.
But the salient difference between porn and webcamming is connection. Throughout these achingly lonely nights for both men and women stuck in isolation, webcamming is becoming the new mecca.
A staggering 600,000 jobs have been lost in Australia in 2020, the demand for adult digital services is on the up and up. That gives us a clear roadmap of supply and demand. It’s time we think outside the square.
Perhaps the new world will be more tolerant and accepting. Our choices and options are metamorphosing through the chrysalis of an unrecognizable society, an event we have never before witnessed or experienced in our lifetime. With a great dash of hope and nerve the progress that emerges, as a result, will not be Adult Work, the oldest profession in the world but AdultWork: The legit – ‘New Profession’