Teen Vogue approved: UK teens reveal grim reality of “sex industry” aka prostitution

Sex industry worker Chloe/Maroon Productions photo

And Teen Vogue promotes this crap. How sad.

From The Sun: Chloe started having sex with strangers for cash when she was 17, while many girls are focusing on their A-Levels and nervously going on dates for the first time.

More than 72,000 escorts currently work in cities and towns across the UK – including a rising number of teenagers who are using sex as a way to make money.

It’s a shocking statistic when you consider the dangers inherent in this line of work.

Now aged 19, Chloe’s on a two-day trip to the capital to sleep with “posh” strangers for hundreds of pounds. Disturbingly, that can include an extra £50 if they don’t want to use a condom.

Chloe, from Nottingham, insists she’s proud to be a full-time sex worker – boasting that her clients are “never disappointed”.

Making up to £2,000 a night – a vast sum to most people, let alone teenagers – she splashes out on monthly lip filler injections, glittery nails and glamorous haircuts.

Chloe is unapologetic about her X-rated job and insists she’s just like any other girl. “Everyone has sex. Just because I’m charging people for it is no different,” she says, appearing in Channel 5’s new show, Teens Selling Sex: The Sex Business, tonight.

Depressingly, she reveals that she was thrilled the first time someone paid her for sex. “All this time I’ve just been sleeping with loads of people and not even getting no money out of it,” she says. “So then when I actually finally slept with someone and got money out of it I was actually proud of myself that I got money from it.”

The show is part of The Sex Business series, which at times is unsettling to watch and left viewers horrified earlier this week as they watched men having intercourse with sex dolls.

Chloe, who dreams of having a bum lift, is one of several teenage sex workers and cam girls who share their often heartbreaking stories in the programme.

Chloe’s life as an escort began two years ago, when she was just 17.

Filmed in her hotel room in white fishnet stockings, a black bodysuit and a bright pink bra, she tells producers that she’s brought two different types of condom with her. She then points to an almost-empty packet of pills lying on a side table: “This is my pill that I have to take every day so I don’t get pregnant.”

Also among her possessions are a bottle of Johnson’s oil – “a lot of guys love to put oil on me, love it on my bum” – and a giant sex toy – “Some guys like to use these.”

It’s a shocking sight, but Chloe isn’t ashamed at all.

Chloe, who says she had a “good childhood”, began escorting at 17 after one of her pals told her about a sex workers website where you didn’t have to prove your age.

During her first night working at a hotel, she was thrilled with how much money she made.

And as time went on, Chloe claims her earnings have soared – but at what emotional cost?

Her clients are often men who are married or in long term-relationships – and Chloe says this has left her with trust issues. She hasn’t got a boyfriend and explains: “Some of [my clients] will cheat on their wife, their girlfriend, and I just don’t want to be in that situation.”

Equally, she knows it wouldn’t be fair on any man that she dates. “I’d be cheating on him at the end of the day,” she says.

During her two-day trip to London shown in the show, she has 12 clients.

She posts videos of herself on Snapchat to draw in potential customers, including footage of her twerking, with her oiled-up, tattooed bum cheeks on full display.

Read the whole story here.


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Auntie Lulu
Auntie Lulu

hen you look at the picture of this overweight, pathetic looking young woman, I cannot help but feel the greatest degree of sadness. Really . . . ask yourself, what man is going to want to align themselves with her for a “real relationship?”

The fact that there are 72,000 other sex workers in the UK is just about enought to send a normal person round the bend. What does these girls/women think is going to happen to them when they are no longer young, or especially desirable? This is truly a poison pill for them.

Jackie Puppet

Her trust issue, is that she can’t trust herself.

“Some of [my clients] will cheat on their wife, their girlfriend, and I just don’t want to be in that situation.”

You don’t have to if you don’t want to. But you choose to. Nobody held a knife to your throat (this is the UK ?) to your head.


I’m sure she grew up in that environment, how can anybody live a life the way she does, what a waste; by the time she’s 27 years old if she makes it, she will be taking her last breath.


This is so very sad.


Yeah, kinda deflates the whole “men are pigs driving the sex trafficking thing” buzz in the news. There’s a lot more girls doing virtual prostitution online. Nobody’s forcing them. Pretty damned sad. And not just the UK.

End result — besides STDs, abortions, etc., is good guys have an incredibly hard time finding women who want to date, court, and get married. It’s easier for the girls to just prostitute themselves for more money and “attention” than a typical husband could or would give them. And it gives them a sense of control over their lives, as progressive feminists preach.

Steven Broiles

Here again we have the all-or-nothing gamble: If there is no God and life ends with death, then everything is permitted. But if there is a God, then we are moral agents, responsible for our own choices, and sex is not a commodity to be sold—or bought—at will. I understand this much: Men seek out women like Chloe for their relief and some conversation. On the one hand, there are no head games (at least in theory) because the client plainly states what he wants and pays cash for a woman willing to provide her company. But on the other… Read more »


This girl is very sad. Like many I have worked with she has nothing inside, only a void. They think they can fill it with material things, money mostly, and it sometimes seems to work for a time. But the void, the terror of our existence, can only be filled with the word of God. Which reveals itself in the wonder of His Creation. I worked with a young woman whose story was similar although in many ways worse. Childhood sexual abuse, addiction, prostitution – all despair all the time. One day rather than have a “session” I said let’s… Read more »


When Teen Vogue goes out of business, which shouldn’t be long, their offices should be burned to the ground and the ground sown with salt


She’s homely, I would choose the sex doll over her.


OY! This looks like “Any port in a storm” to me…..and I don’t mean just the MEN using /paying to have sex with this under-aged girl….but I also mean, this poor, undeveloped (intellectually/emitonally/maturationally) little girl. Honey, there is no “safe port” in this storm in which you’ve been paid to participate…….


She is not a “sex worker”, she is a prostitute. Call it what it is. And prostitution is a very very dangerous “profession”. Those poor women are VICTIMS, nothing else. If she was doing this at 17 she was most likely sexually abused as a child or teenager. This is not something that a normal kid does!
Pray for her and the many other girls and women who do this sort of thing, just wait till she ends up with AIDS or something else.