Texas Girl Amanda Brooks Teaches Internet Prostitution 101

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Women: Have you ever dreamed about being a prostitute, but not the yucky street-walking kind? Maybe you were afraid of being called “whore” or “criminal defendant.” Well, a retired, Texas-born hooker has now written a pair of how-to books for you to get off your foot and on your back for your dream job!

Amanda Brooks’s Internet Escort’s Handbook series gives tips for how to advertise online, and how to handle the "basic mental, emotional and physical considerations in escort work.” Plus, you can keep up with her on her blog, After Hours. (You can get her musings on topics like pimps, who she apparently dislikes: “My belief is that the business follows the pussy, not the pimp.”)

Brooks got her start around Dallas and eventually moved to Vegas – and if a hooker can make it there, she can make it anywhere! This is one pro who knows what she’s talking about, so dive right in! – Craig Malisow

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