The woman who lost her marriage after cheating with a groundsman then tried to set up her husband of 20 years for felony bribery; who accused her boyfriend of rape and assault; whose scandal-plagued nonprofit was shuttered; whose boyfriend is now in prison for DUI vehicular homicide; whose home burned to the ground in a drug lab fire; and who is currently named in three court cases writes "I am easy going and stay away from drama."
Visalia, Calif. -- Here at The Devil And Shelley Lubben, we talk a lot about justice, but we also hope to spread peace love and joy, and -- with the Holiday Season is upon us -- some good cheer as well.
Behold disgraced anti-porn and anti-prostitution crusader Shelley Lubben's "sugaring" profiles. Sugaring, as we know, is the "wink-wink" version of prostitution. There's a legal distinction between the two, granted, but not an ethical one. In practice they are generally the same thing.
As author and sex work activist Maggie McNeill writes:
Sugaring . . . is just underpaid escorting. This isn’t to say that it’s impossible to find decent long-term patrons on Seeking Arrangement and other such platforms; I have an ad there myself, as do several of my friends, because their “no escorts” policy is a laughable smoke screen designed to hide the fact that sugaring is a form of sex work.
If you accept money for sex, even in a "sugar" context, you can be convicted of prostitution unless you and your partner are willing to lie about your arrangement. You might get off the hook if the authorities don't have any other evidence to use against you (e.g., your private messages on the sugaring site, etc.).
Sugaring sites have always been littered with sex worker profiles, and many more sex workers have turned to these sites in the wake of the government crackdown on online sex adverts.
For this reason, the government has run prostitution stings on sugaring websites.
Shelley Lubben spent the last 15 years shaming, defaming and excoriating sex workers of all shades; she made it her career and was one of many hypocrites who profited off of them while doing so.
Here are two of Shelley Lubben's known "sugar dating" profiles:
What I'm Looking For
Remember all of this the next time someone tells you how Shelley Lubben is a changed woman.