WEIGHT: 60 kg
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If Ask Spirest ever welcomes you into his quaint yellow apartment in downtown St. A trail of fairy lights are frivolously tangled around the three flights of stairs that lead to his bedroom, floral carpet covering each step.
There are bundles of rope, kitten ears and a box of condoms on the floor. Ask Spirest is his real name. He loves cats, art, and his levitation wand — a colorful prop for visual performance. And if you know Spirest from his trade, you might know him as a petite female with long dark hair and a fetish for rope play. His story begins with discovering the realities of his gender.
As an adolescent, he struggled with his identity as a transgender male. He was 14 when he asked his teacher and friends to refer to him using male pronouns. And with that was a detrimental phone call from Spriests teacher to his parents. A conservative Asian couple with little understanding of gender identity.
For the following two years, Spirest stayed home and dealt with the less than ideal circumstances. He was not accepted for his gender, and things only got worse. He needed to escape. Sex work was his means of getting by. But something that was once a seemingly choice-less act, turned into a career. Spirest says he expects to do sex work long term — at least until he graduates university.
The money he earns through his work supports him enough to live comfortably with his roommates and save money in the meantime. But Spirests background in the industry is unlike most. His transgender identity complicates things, as in his experience, clients are often seeking women. So, to make things work, he pretends to be one.