The internet has been ablaze with the news of a lesbian habourdasher barista who is turning her passion into a career.
Lesbian haberdresser Emma Jones is one of the best-known and most prolific lesbian baristas in the country.
The 28-year-old from Melbourne’s west is a part-time haberdeer at an award-winning lingerie company called Daughters of the Dorms.
Jones is a passionate lover of the art form of haberdeshing, and she says she is lucky to have found a passionate love in her hobby.
“I’ve always had this passion to make lingerie, but I wasn’t getting paid to do it,” Jones told news.com.au.
“It’s so rewarding when you find someone who loves it and they’re passionate about it, and they do it well.”
To be able to work at a place like Daughters, it’s amazing.
“Jones was inspired to become a haberdaler by her older brother and former girlfriend, who both work in the industry.
Jones has been a barista for four years and started her career as a barber before moving into the adult industry.”
The barbershop business was my first job, so it was a natural fit,” she said.”
As soon as I started working there, I had this dream of becoming a hairdressing professional.
“When I moved into the industry, I thought I would just be a bar-person and then do it for the rest of my life, but that’s not the case at all.”
The love affair started when Jones met the woman who would become her partner.
After that I was hooked.””
I thought it was so awesome to be a part of a company like that, and it was very, very inspiring to see that passion from someone who was a haider.”
After that I was hooked.
“Jones has a keen interest in the craft, and the two have worked together for a number of years.
She said she hopes to continue doing so for the foreseeable future.”
If I could work anywhere else I would love to, I would work at an adult store,” Jones explained.”
Because I know how important it is to make a good life for yourself and have a family, and also make sure you get a good education, so when you are young you have all that to look forward to.
“The Daughters team are delighted with Jones’ progress.”
Working with a female hairderer has always been a dream of mine, and Emma is really helping us out,” said managing director of the company, Julie Cottrell.”
We love working with her and she is a fantastic addition to our team.
Having her with us makes everything easier, and hopefully she’ll be happy with her work as well.””
It really gives me a lot of pride to be working with the team that Emma is working with, which is amazing,” Jones added.
“Having her with us makes everything easier, and hopefully she’ll be happy with her work as well.”
Jones said she will keep working in the adult sector for at least the next five years, and will also work part- and full-time.