Sexquire is a complete sex-positive business services company. We provide legal, accounting, web design and other solutions for sex-positive businesses, non-profit organizations and individuals. Sexquire was formed to provide a one-stop shop for adult industry businesses and professionals to find business professionals who understand their business and share their sex-positive values. Sexquire’s founder, Davis, a small-business attorney, has spent over seven years working with clients in all areas of the adult industry: including brick and mortar and online retail stores, sex toy manufacturers, dungeon and club owners, sex educators, adult event producers and authors. Read Full Profile...

May 032013
Your Sex Life, Your Business…or is It?

By Sexquire

Discrimination comes in a lot of forms, and many of us deal with it in different ways every day. It seems that the more communities you consider yourself a part of, the more likely it is that some person or group has a problem with what you do.

You Don’t Get What You Don’t Ask For

 Posted by on December 18, 2012
Dec 182012
You Don’t Get What You Don’t Ask For

Most of the clients we work with are pretty well skilled in communication. Given that most of them are some type of sex educator or worker, it’s vital that they be able to communicate what they need, want, will/won’t accept and often to teach their clients and students those same skills. But there is one […]

Nov 222012
The what, why & how of income reporting for the Sex Worker

In the wild world of business taxes, expenses get the most attention. Business people want to focus on them because they lower income, thus lower tax due. Well, something many business people do not know is that income is scrutinized just as carefully as expenses by the ever vigilant hawk-like eyes of the IRS agent. […]

Going It Alone

 Posted by on October 22, 2012
Oct 222012
Going It Alone

Every person comes to business ownership or freelancing in a different way, but there are certain themes that pervade the topic and as business advisers, we see them folks who are thinking of taking the plunge.  Some of these themes are true no matter what industry the soon-to-be business owners will practice in, but some […]

What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

 Posted by on September 3, 2012
Sep 032012
What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

If you’re the type of person who ever thinks about starting your own business, or being a freelancer, or turning your passion or hobby or interest into your career, chances are fairly high that you’re also a risk-taker. Eschewing the traditional “9-5, work for someone else, take home a paycheck and build up a retirement […]

Welcome to the Industry

 Posted by on August 22, 2012
Aug 222012
Welcome to the Industry

As a complete business services firm that includes in our ranks a small business attorney and bookkeeping/tax folks, Sexquire sees a lot of new sex related businesses in their infancy. We’ve helped set them up from a variety of angles, creating their legal entities, getting them off on the right foot for keeping their financial […]

The Last Taboo

 Posted by on July 7, 2012
Jul 072012
The Last Taboo

As a sex-positive business attorney, I have heard about, discussed and drafted agreements relating to a number of things many would find “kinky” or “taboo.”  At this point, over nine years in to my practices, there isn’t much that can shock or  scandalize me, and the same can be said for many of my clients-with […]

Security is Sexy

 Posted by on July 15, 2011
Jul 152011

By Sexquire

Often the best way to learn something is to live it, right? If that’s true, then I am an expert on this month’s column topic, because my real life over the past few weeks are what inspired this month’s post. In honor of the good neighbor who stole my bag (which also held my laptop), this month we’re going to talk about computer privacy and a few do’s, don’t’s and things I learned…

So You Want to Be a Porn Star…

 Posted by on June 14, 2011
Jun 142011

By Sexquire

If I told you that right now there are places you can go on the Internet to find amateur porn videos and pay to download them, would you be shocked? This is a ridiculous question, isn’t it? Well what if I told you that some of those videos could send the people who make them to prison?