The second edition of Peepshow Live features a live panel discussion on the intersection of sex work and disability. Co-hosted by Courtney Trouble and PJ Sage, the panel included BodyXBlunts, GoAskAlex, and Carnegie Velvet.
Host and Panelist Slideshow (NSFW)
BodyXBlunt: BodyXBlunts is a sex worker and activist from Denton, TX. They are a career sex worker and disabled performer who wants the world to be a more intersectional place. They place a lot of value on being visible and disabled and black. When they are not performing they are the Chapter Director for SWOP USA, a 501c3 grassroots organization dedicated to providing resources for sex workers across the United States. They hope you stop by their art instagram page, @artbyblunts to find art you can purchase or commission for a donation to their local chapter, SWOP Dallas.
GoAskAlex: GoAskAlex is an 18+ performer, feminist, and advocate for the representation of disabled bodies in pornography. She has spent the past six years as a webcam model and online companion. After becoming an ostomate in 2019, she focused her career on advocating for underrepresented bodies in adult media. She has since then been featured in XBIZ magazine, including a cover photo as their first ever model with an ostomy, and was featured in Hustler E-Magazine for her “Disabled Sex Workers” Calendar. She can be found on twitter at @goaskalexonline, or contacted by email at email@example.com.
Carnegie Velvet: Carnegie Velvet is a pleasure activist, anti-fascist, and art punk slut. As well as a a visual artist, model, choreographer, dancer, actor, director, singer and songwriter. They work in the adult industry as a porn star and filmmaker. They like being queer and trans and love admiring, sassing, and fucking queer and trans people. They work to represent and liberate bodies from capitalism. The artist formerly known as the award-winning, and winning, Lyric Seal. You can find their links here, and you can also find them on Twitter and Instagram @evenvelvetfeels. They are also on AVN Stars.
The episode was sponsored by Trouble Films and After Adult Podcast.
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