Boundaries are the bedrock of any good relationship, whether personal or professional. As a person in sex work, you need to have clearly defined boundaries and limits, for your safety, your comfort, and your mental health. This is important for you and your clients. Every participant’s experience will be better if you all know the expectations that you have for one another and you’re being met with mutual respect. Each client may be looking for key elements to their experience, and, as a provider, you have to know which services you’re willing to provide. You’re allowed to be unconventional. Your boundaries can be different from other providers. You’re allowed to reject clients that you feel are disrespectful or those that try to negotiate with you about your clearly-stated boundaries.