Trans Dynamics: Sabine Isca on Feminism, Economics, and Bigotry

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Trans Ethics: What were you doing before you got into camming?

Sabine Isca: I was unemployed, after losing a job due to anxiety & depression.

TE: Was your anxiety and depression due to you being transgender?

SI: Yes it was, I hit a really bad low when I realised I had to transition or it would just keep getting worse.

TE: Did you come out at your previous job?

SI: Yeah, I believed I’d be fine because of the equality act and anti-discrimination policy. Unfortunately, the company complied 100% with their legal requirements, but that didn’t extend to any kind of flexibility with regard to attendance, and I was fired for being off sick too often. Continue reading

Trans Workings: Leah Lockhart on Working & Being Trans

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Trans Ethics: How long have you been camming?

Leah Lockhart: I actually don’t cam all that much anymore, but I started in April or May of 2014. I am very new to all of this. (hehe)

TE: You just do photo shoots then?

LL: I take plenty of pictures, yes. Right now, I’m focusing hard on doing more porn and making a career out of that. Camming was a great way for me to get my feet (and other body parts) wet, though. It was kind of a crash course in learning what fans like, as well as how to just be on camera in front of people.

TE: What attracted you to the porn industry?

LL: That’s something I can’t quite put my finger on, but I think it has to do with a combination of things.  First: My growing sense of self-awareness, confidence, and what makes me happy. [That’s] the most important part. Continue reading

Talking about what’s “offensive” in the porn industry: Interview with Ada Black

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Trans Ethics: How did you get into adult modeling?

Ada Black: I’ve wanted to do porn since I was about 15. When I started transition I looked into getting into porn. It was quite easy. I directly emailed Mr Grooby and from there we went.

TE: At what age did you realize you were actually a girl, and wanted to transition?

AB: 4 or 5. I’ve always known [I was a girl]. Before bed as a child I remember saying little prayers that I would wake up a girl in the morning. Kind of embarrassing but children do dumb stuff right? Well I used to think I could make myself a girl with magic and I really believed there was some magical way that I could have this female body. Well estrogen shots are certainly a form of magic. Continue reading

About TransEthics

TransEthics

TransEthics is a blog about ethical porn, ethical sex work, being submissive, and thoughts on trans issues — all from the perspective of a trans lesbian. It is not my intent to state that is is a resource or listing of the ethical standards of trans women. Far from it. This is 100% from my perspective. Nothing more.

I will be including links to some erotic content. As the URL suggests, I am a huge fan of Niki Flux, so don’t be surprised if you see some of her stuff here. Who knows? I may get lucky enough to interview her. **dreams on**

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About this blog

TransEthicsMaster

TransEthics is a blog about ethical porn, ethical sex work, being submissive, and thoughts on trans issues — all from the perspective of a trans lesbian. It is not my intent to state that is is a resource or listing of the ethical standards of trans women. Far from it. This is 100% from my perspective. Nothing more.