Reflections on the True Crime Genre
Credit Card Companies Investigate While Sex Workers’ Livelihoods Still Hang in The Balance
Sex workers struggle to get paid while credit card companies tighten restrictions.
“Please Drop Some Funds for a Poor Black Breastfeeding Sex Working Mom”
Pressure to disclose criminalized labor is tantamount to violence for marginalized sex working moms.
Face-to-Face, Street-Based, or in Cyberspace—We Are All Prostitutes
moses moon complicates the narrative that online sex work is safer and that online sex workers are more privileged.
The Manhattan D.A. Refusing to Prosecute Prostitution Isn’t as Big of a Win for Sex Workers as it May Seem
Sex worker and former lawyer discusses why Manhattan’s D.A. no longer prosecuting prostitution is not enough.
The Psychology of Kink
Digging deep into the fetish mindset with psychologist Dr. Celeste Pietrusza
“These Kinds of People”: How and Why We Must Support Asian Sex Workers
In the wake of the massage parlor shootings of eight people, six of whom were Asian women workers the widespread impulse to react defensively towards the possibility that they did sex work—or to engage in judgemental moralizing—highlights the urgency of expressing solidarity with “these kinds of people” in response to the tragedy.
What Do Sex Workers Lose When Our Social Media Accounts Are Shut Down?
Lita Lecherous writes about what it felt like to lose her social media presence when Twitter deleted her account.
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