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Addressing Problematic Elements of The Beaver Show


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The Beaver Show is the memoir I wrote as a baby stripper. It takes place between 2011-2012, and I self-published the title in 2015. A lot has happened since then, which includes but is not limited to my personal beliefs and what I know and understand about sex work. As I was reading it aloud for Audible, I experienced several what-the-actual-fuck moments regarding the things I had written, and, well, it's time to fess up to my ignorance. 

In this video I share how I check myself (and how others check me), while trying to shed some light on the ways I've grown since I first started flashing my gash for cash. 

Wokeness is a journey and I thank you all for your support as I learn more and more each day on how to be less of a jerk. Thanks for being patient with me!

xx Jacq  

The Beaver Show on Audible


I could not be more thrilled to announce that I had the pleasure of sitting and reading my own book to myself in a sound booth earlier this fall. I was kind of dreading it, since it's basically reading your own diary. But it was fun and surprisingly cathartic.

From an interview with GO! that came out earlier this week:

"I chose to self-publish The Beaver Show after a year of waiting to hear back from literary agents (no one got back to me). Stripping has taught me that waiting is bullshit, that when you’re asked to ‘wait’ it is usually by someone who doesn’t have the respect or conviction to tell you ‘no’ right off the bat. It wasn’t my first choice; I wanted a fancy book deal like every other aspiring writer. But I’m so glad I did it the way I did. I’ve published 4 titles in the last two years, and it’s inspired me to hustle anything and everything I desire. No one’s gonna do it for you. A literary agent is just a pimp with an office in Midtown."

So if you want to hear about how it all began, you can download my memoir of a baby stripper here

If you're new to audiobooks, you can get The Beaver Show for free when you sign up for the free 30-day trial.

Your morning commute is about to get a lot more interesting.