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You might think the Christmas spirit is in full swing, with Aussies feeling mischievous and merry. But is it a busy time for a sex worker?

You might think the Christmas spirit is in full swing, with Aussies feeling mischievous and merry. But is it a busy time for a sex worker?

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I might be in a minority here, but I happen to love Christmas.

From the constant visual assault of twinkling rainbow lights to the ever-present audio loop of Christmas carols in every store and mall, I’m a sucker for everything festive.

I simply adore making a list of my loved ones and setting off to find them each the perfect gift, I swoon at the thought of spending the night in watching Christmas films under the watchful glow of the baubles on the tree and when it comes to Christmas-themed food, I simply can’t get enough.

In fact, I unashamedly love anything tacky, commercial, and cheap so come December 1, slap on some faux-snow decorations and a pair of jingling bells and I’ll be first in line to buy whatever you’re selling.

Still, I understand that Christmas can be a difficult time for many.

Maybe the only thing worse than realising exactly how much you’re going to be spending on presents, outings and trips over the silly season is facing the thought of spending the holidays alone.

Christmas can be annoying and expensive, but worse, it can be incredibly isolating.

Maybe there’s no bigger indicator of the national mood than how much money is being spent on sex workers at any one time.

January is a notoriously quiet time in the adult industry. With everyone still dragging themselves out of the sun and back to their offices, business doesn’t really pick up until February at the earliest.

Conversely, the month after tax time is renowned for being busy. Everyone wants to treat themselves when they have a little extra money in their pocket.

Valentine’s Day can be a tough night to work, as can Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, but the weeks leading up to Christmas are often busy for many.

Sure, it might have something to do with everyone feeling particularly mischievous and merry after their office Christmas parties have wound up but I think there’s something else to it as well.

In the midst of the hustle, bustle and commercialism of the Christmas period, people are seeking a connection.

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