- Sex & Drugs
- 05 Nov 18
Sex is good for you. Of course it is. But there are times when even that clearly truthful statement must be questioned. Certainly, if the net effect is that someone feels bad about themselves, they need to think again about what they are doing – and why...
Welcome to Los Angeles where Trixie, a 35-year-old pursuing a career in the biz, lives. She’s a hilarious comedic actress who looks a bit like Charlotte from Sex And The City, but acts more like Samantha. She’s also got a thing for men old enough to be her grandpa, something she’s been grappling with since she quit drinking alcohol entirely.
In her first year of sobriety, Trixie had a lot of sex. “My sponsor told me ‘you can eat as much as you want, smoke as much as you want, fuck as much as you want, just don’t drink or use – no matter what’. So I did. I banged it out. That first year, it was just so hard to be by myself. I love getting out of my head, escaping. How do you do that without drinking or doing drugs?”
While transitioning into a life of sobriety, Trixie used “the rooms” to find her sex partners. “I have a thing for older men,” Trixie says. “It’s not that I dress slutty at all, but they pick up on it. One date I had recently was with a 74-year-old man, who fingered me. I was bringing him to his doctor’s appointments.”