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Working Girl Interview: Boni Foxx of Sagebrush Ranch

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September 11, 2014

C.J. Asher – This is C.J. Asher with Boni Foxx of Sagebrush Ranch.  How old are you, Boni?

Boni Foxx – I’m 25.

C.J. Asher – How long have you been working at Sagebrush?

Boni Foxx – I’m coming up on my one year in October.

C.J. Asher – Congratulations! How many years have you been a working girl?

Boni Foxx – Almost one year.

C.J. Asher – Is this your first place?

Boni Foxx – Yes, I haven’t done anything in the adult industry before I came here; no dancing, no porn or anything like that. This was my first.

C.J. Asher – How did you pick your (working girl) name?

Boni Foxx – Well I picked Boni because I don’t know many girls named Boni so I feel like it’s a unique name. I wanted to be different from other girls; I didn’t want to go with anything cliché like Tiffany or Candy (laughs) you know something like that and Foxx because I’m a stone cold fox (laughs)… definitely!

C.J. Asher – How has your professional life impacted your personal life? How has your work as a working girl impacted friends, family, things like that?

Boni Foxx – Not all of my family agrees with it. I do have some family that is very supportive of it, my sister being one. She’s all for it, she really like that I’m doing something different, doing what makes me happy and that kind of thing. I’m not going to lie, I have lost some friends over this. They found out where I worked and they decided that I’m not a good person anymore or whatever their opinion switched. I don’t really understand that because they’re people that I’ve been friends for four, five, six years. I’ve tried to explain to them that this job hasn’t changed who I am as a person. I’m still that person that you became friends with all those years ago. It’s just that I do something a little controversial I guess for work. That was pretty disappointing, but if that’s the kind of people that they are then they obviously weren’t that good of friends to begin with. All my really good friends are still good friends with me so that’s been a positive (laughs).

C.J. Asher – What advice would you have for any ladies who are looking to become a working girl?

Boni Foxx – I would let them know that it’s probably not at all what they might expect. I know I had some ideas about how these places were before I came here and it’s definitely 100% different. There’s a lot of rules and regulations. It’s not stereotypical of what you think of when you think of the word ‘prostitute;’ it’s not at all like that, we’re very safe, everything’s clean and regulated and that kind of thing. It is a really fun job besides that I mean you get to meet lots of people, I mean, obviously this job’s going to be a lot easier for you if you’re a lot more social, that kind of thing. You can’t be shy at all. I’m sure there’s so much more and now that I’m on the spot I’m having a hard time thinking (laughs).

C.J. Asher – So what’s the most stressful part of the job?

Boni Foxx – I would say the most stressful part would be (that) sometimes guys would come in here and they’re drunk or they’re just rude guys in general and that, and if you’re a really sensitive girl who takes a lot of things personally and that kind of thing you’re probably not going to last long. You kind of have to have thick skin because there are going to be guys who they actually kinda get off on breaking people down and that kind of thing. So there’s the drunk rude guys; they expect everything for nothing prices and that kinda thing so that’s kinda stressful. For the most part this job isn’t really too stressful though that is the most stressful thing. As long as you’re her for your shifts and you’re being a team player and that kind of thing it’s a pretty easy job but you do need to have thicker skin for those people who come in here and try to kind of put you down a little bit, maybe they’re having a bad day and they’re people who need to make other people feel smaller so they’ll feel bigger. Sometimes we are on the receiving end of that and you can’t take it personally or else you’ll be crying yourself to sleep every night.

C.J. Asher – Besides the sex and the money (of course), what do you enjoy most about the job?

Boni Foxx – I definitely enjoy all of the different kind of people that I get to meet. I mean, because in certain settings you meet people who are kind of the same, if that makes any sense. Here, people from all walks of life come in: older guys, younger guys, widowers, virgins, every level of human being that you can imagine. A lot of people think that “oh, the only guys that come in here are old or they’re ugly and they can’t get sex on the outside.” I would say that probably around 50% of my clientele are young, attractive guys and they just want to come and enjoy the experience just like everybody else… try it out, see what it’s like, you know? I can definitely see why guys might want to come here rather than finding a stranger in a bar, that kind of thing because we are a lot safer. You know what you’re getting into when you come here, definitely… and we’re down to do pretty much anything. There’s not much that we say no to. It’s a lot easier for you to live out your fantasy and we don’t judge anyone even if you want to do something that might seem taboo, that kind of thing. We’re going be all for it and we’re gonna be really enthusiastic about it and we’re not going to make you feel bad or weird about it so you can definitely just come here and be yourself and I like that.

C.J. Asher – How does competition impact your working relationships because, obviously, with all of the other ladies at the (Sagebrush) Ranch I’m sure, as co-workers you’re friends but on the other hand you’re kind of also in competition with each other…

Boni Foxx – Yeah, I don’t really think of it so much as competition because, I mean, if a guy comes in and he has a certain type that he’s looking for he’ll pick that girl. Some guys just want to get to know the girls and they pick based on personality, that kind of thing. If I don’t click with a guy, I have no problem introducing him to a lady I feel will suit him better. I don’t get jealous, I don’t get mad about it because I know that if that girl was in the same situation as me there’s a good possibility that I might be the girl that she introduces that guy to. We all pretty much think that way, we actually are kind of ‘team players.’ Even if the guy doesn’t want to party with us, we don’t want him to leave without partying with somebody. We’re not just “all me” or that kind of thing. We’re not selfish at all, we like to share, we like to do two-girl parties. Pretty much everybody in the house I would have a two-girl party with. I mean, there are girls I’m more comfortable with rather than others, but I don’t think there’s any girl in the house that I’d say no, absolutely not to.

C.J. Asher – What’s the craziest request you’ve ever had?

Boni Foxx – Oh, (laughs), well, when I was working at (The Moonlite) Bunny Ranch I actually did have a gentleman come in and he told me his fantasy, that he wanted to live out. He explained to me how it would involve him putting me to sleep with chloroform, tying me up… basically doing whatever he wanted to me while I was passed out, waking me up, rather me waking up later and he wanted to tell me all about it. He wanted to do that two or three times in a row and he also told me that he wanted to use a taser and a cattle prod on me and set it at different levels of intensity and record the tone I guess or loudness of my screams from these different electric shocks that he would be giving me.

C.J. Asher – Wow!

Boni Foxx – Needless to say, I couldn’t go along with that (laughs) but I would definitely say that was the most interesting request that I have ever received.

C.J. Asher – What made you decide to become a working girl?

Boni Foxx – Well, you know I didn’t really think about it all that much before it actually happened. It was last summer when I was living with a girlfriend of mine. She and I were kind of trying to figure out ways that we could make more money. She did a bunch of research on the internet and she came across Dennis Hof and all of his brothels and that kind of thing. And she said, “These girls make good money, let’s check this out, let’s see what it’s all about.” So I sent in an e-mail to Madame Adrienne at the Love Ranch with both of our information, both of our pictures and everything. Ironically enough when she got back to me I had just been let go from my bartending job and so I was unemployed looking for employment and (Madame Adrienne) let me know, she informed me that your first time at the ranch you had to stay a minimum of one week. My girlfriend couldn’t do that because she had another job, she wasn’t able to get the time off. I Just kind of figured ‘why not, let’s see what this is all about,’ you know? So I came, out, I did everything to get certified. I didn’t know what I would think about it when I was doing it, I was very nervous my first time. It took me about a week to have my first party because I had a lot of anxiety and I was nervous and that kind of thing. Once you have your first two or three parties it’s just kind of business as usual. You get used to it and more comfortable with it and more confident. That is one thing that I definitely like about this job, it’s given me a lot of confidence. I’m definitely not as shy as I used to be, that kind of thing. I liked it so I’ve been here ever since, I really like it. The whole atmosphere of the house with the girls and Madame Suzette and everything, it kind of feels like a family. We try to stay positive and we try to help each other out. Besides the drunk a-holes that come in from time to time (laughs) it’s a very fun, pleasant working environment and the money’s pretty good too. I don’t know when I’ll stop doing this but I definitely like what I’m doing right now and I want to continue for now.

C.J. Asher – Last question, for a new customer, client, whatever you may call it, either female, male, couples or whatever coming to the (Sagebrush) Ranch, what advice would you give them?

Boni Foxx – What kind of advice, like advice on what kind of party they might want to do or…

C.J. Asher – Any suggestions, I mean, you’ve mentioned that you’ve encountered a lot of a-holes. (Advice for) the person, I mean, who is nervous, not sure what to expect, not sure what to do… any advice on what you might say to them, how you would (guide) them into making a decision.

Boni Foxx – Well, for first timers that are nervous I always suggest adding a massage to their party. It gives us a little bit more time, a little bit more chance to get to know each other because I notice that does help if they are nervous. I always let them know that I’ll take it as slow as you want to go, I’m never going to force anybody to do anything that they don’t want to. I don’t want to take anybody out of their comfort zone. Parties don’t really run smoothly if the one person is really uncomfortable. That’s really my goal with all of my parties, I want my customer to be as comfortable about it as I am. I mean, obviously I’ve been in the business long enough that I’m very comfortable with a lot of different things. I talk to them a lot, I try to get a lot of information about what they’d like to do, what they what they’re looking for, that kind of thing so I can contour my behavior I guess to help them be more comfortable or as comfortable as possible, that kind of thing.

C.J. Asher – Well thank you very much, I really appreciate it Boni!

Boni Foxx – No problem!

About cjasher (1030 Articles)
C.J. Asher is a blogger on various subject matters and trending topics related to sexuality, such as prostitution, women's rights, sex trafficking and LGBT issues as well as the adult entertainment industry, having interviewed celebrities such as Dennis Hof and Joanna Angel. C.J. currently resides in Philadelphia, PA and his blog can be found at CJAsher.com.

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