A young woman looking to make a name for herself in the escort industry in Orange County, California, says she doesn’t have much time for strippers.

The 27-year-old says she first became interested in stripping in the 1990s when she met a fellow escort named Jessica who she says she is still friends with today.

Jessica told Polygon she was not a strippers herself, but she knew the profession when she saw it.

She worked as a strieper for two years, until she got hooked on the lifestyle.

She was eventually able to make enough money for her family to purchase a ranch in the desert, which she now shares with her husband and daughter.

Jessica says her family still owns and runs the ranch, but it is now open to the public.

She also owns the escort escort business, which is also open to anyone willing to pay $10 an hour.

“It’s really a safe industry, and it’s not as bad as some people think it is,” Jessica said.

“The people are just really nice and there’s nothing wrong with that.”

A stripper’s job, like any other job, is about paying a fee to the client.

Jessica says it’s a fair trade.

“I don’t think there is a difference between a striper and a customer service rep,” she said.

“A striper is not a person, they are machines that are being manipulated, but they are being used for entertainment purposes.

There is no difference.”

The woman’s job is to strip for clients, and not a living wage.

She earns around $300 a month in tips and $40 in commission.

Jessica said she is not making any money off the work, but rather making money through commission.

The work she does is paid for by her family, and she says the work is not cheap.

“There’s no way I would do this if I wasn’t able to pay my rent,” she says.

“When I was younger, I was like, I’ll just do this.

I don’t want to have to do this every day.

This is my passion.”

She also doesn’t think the industry is unsafe.

“You don’t see these girls walking around with guns in their pockets,” Jessica says.

“It’s just like any adult business.

It’s a business.

If you’re not doing it right, then you’re going to be a mess.”

They’re not going to come in and take your business.

“It’s been a while since Jessica worked as an escort, but her family has not forgotten about her.”

She’s one of the most amazing people I know,” Jessica’s mother said.

She also says she’s glad she is back working, and that she can still see the value in the profession.”

Amber Tovar, a spokesperson for the California Attorney General’s office, tells Polygon the State has been working to help increase the number of escort agencies in Orange counties, but has not yet found a solution.””

She’s a great person.”

Amber Tovar, a spokesperson for the California Attorney General’s office, tells Polygon the State has been working to help increase the number of escort agencies in Orange counties, but has not yet found a solution.

“We continue to focus on increasing access to safe and legal escorts for the general public,” Tovard says.