Morgan State Student Becomes A Hooker To Pay For College, Author Does Terrible Job Hiding Her Identity

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Before anyone goes calling anyone a slut, remember one thing, debt is going to fuck you a lot harder than a lonely, balding 47-year-old man will. Of course debt won’t get you high on crack, knife you, and leave you bleeding out in a Wendy’s dumpster either.

“It’s not something I’m happy to be doing,” says the Morgan State University architecture major whose name has been changed in this story to protect her identity.

Already the author of this story is doing a terrible job protecting this hooker’s identity. First off, there are only 6,400 undergraduates at Morgan State. It’s not exactly a big school. But the author really does the hooker a disservice by mentioning her major. According to a university report there were only 315 architecture students at Morgan State University as of 2009, and only 201 of them were undergrads. While that number is likely to have grown in the past few years, it’s unlikely that it’s grown significantly enough to protect this anonymous lady of the night. Furthermore, architecture is a hard science, which means that statistically speaking women are a decent minority in those classrooms. Anyone in the Morgan State architecture program could probably figure out who the hooker is in a matter of days. Well done. I’m sure she’s really going to enjoy the ensuing hooker witch hunt.

Veona began escorting after a stint working as an exotic dancer in downtown Baltimore. After being approached by patrons asking her for a private show, she reflects on three years working in a job and an industry that helps her earn more than $1,500 a day, doing everything from accompanying men on dates and outings, to working as a dominatrix.

“It’s not that bad for me, because a lot of my clients don’t want to have sex,” Veona says. “A lot of them just want someone to go out with them, to give them attention. But for those that want other things…its just business. If I’m going to be out here having sex, I might as well do it for money and to help me get to where I want to be.”

YOU JUST SAID SHE’S A SENIOR TOO! The author has literally narrowed this down to like, fifteen girls, tops. There’s no way she isn’t outed by the end of the month.

Also, there’s no way this hooker is just going on dates for $1,500 a day. I’ve never had the pleasure of paying for sex, unless you count having a girlfriend, but I’m guessing that one of the great lies told by hookers is that they don’t have sex as often as one would assume. You’re a hooker, yes you do. If the “seriously I’m not a slut” routine doesn’t work for the sorority girl who’s been banged out by two whole pledge classes, it certainly doesn’t work for a PROSTITUTE. You have sex for money, just own it.

Escorting isn’t the ideal employment option for Veona…

Crazy

…but is indeed a lucrative one when it comes to her goals of one day owning an architecture firm and developing residential real estate.

When that day comes the IRS might interested in where “Veona” got her startup funds. The government talks a big game about loving small businesses, but when a hooker tries to go honest it’s all “illegal” this and “you’re under arrest” that. And really, if there’s anyone who built their own small business, all on their own, it’s a hooker. I don’t want to hear Barack Obama saying something like, “If you were successful, somebody along the line gave you some help. There was a terrible father somewhere in your life. Somebody helped to overlook these unfair American sex laws that we have and that allowed you to thrive. Somebody invested in that ass and those titties. If you sold your pussy—you didn’t fuck that. Somebody else made love to that.”

Veona says that escorting isn’t a job anyone should be proud of or consider as a top option to finance education…

For example, prostitution was Veona’s plan B (HA!), after jobs in the fast food industry didn’t pan out. Coincidentally this is the career path most people take after being rejected by Jack in the Box.

…but for those who are on the brink of choosing to stay in school or going home, she would recommend it as an “any means necessary” route for advancement. It’s a route that one psychological expert says is dangerous to start and difficult to end.

I agree with Veona here, selling your body is still better than going back to live with your parents. So remember kids, if you’re desperate enough, being a hooker is totally fine. Having sex in a seedy motel is still better than sadly masturbating in your old high school bed.

“I’m doing what I have to do to make it happen, and if I had to, I would choose this route again.”

Eh, she might change her tune when people at Morgan State read the original article, figure out her real identity in a matter of days, and then have her arrested and expelled. Just a thought.

But don’t blame Veona if she’s busted for doing something wildly illegal and has her life ruined, blame the system that left her no choice but to become a prostitute…or move back in with her parents and seek a more affordable education…or do any number of other things to make money. It’s that damn system.

You could also blame The Huffington Post for basically revealing her identity.

[via The Huffington Post]

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