Alexis began working in the sex industry while she was a Sydney university student studying for a double arts and science degree. The year-old grew up in Vaucluse, raised by a father who was a general manager of an ASX company and a stay-at-home mother, and attended an eastern suburbs private school. She took up sex work while she was at university because she was working in a retail job with long hours and poor pay. Alexis not pictured : "There is not a huge difference between what we do and people who use Tinder. Now she has graduated in both degrees, she works part time, 24 hours a week, in administration for a non-profit and continues to do private sex work via the internet and long-term clients. Her mother and sister know she has done sex work, her father died when she was in her early 20s and she rarely sees her extended family.
A teacher will remain behind bars after being charged with 10 offences relating to the alleged repeated sexual assault of a boy on school grounds in Western Sydney. Monica Young, year, was arrested at Greenacre early Friday morning as detectives from the Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad raided her home for evidence. Police seized her car and several electronic items from the property including a mobile phone and computer. The ABC understands the alleged offences happened at the high school over a period of about a month. Detective Acting Superintendent Michael Haddow said the investigation began earlier this week after the year-old boy contacted police.
While Sydney's once-thriving nightclub scene dies a slow and painful death, another type of venue is emerging from the shadows and taking its place - legal sex clubs. Once upon a time, these clubs were only mentioned in hushed tones and you had to know someone who knew someone. These days, they advertise in mainstream press, their owners appear on TV as sex and relationship experts and people are proudly "checking-in" to sex clubs on social media.