As we wrap up Peepshow, we made sure to do the episode that host PJ Sage has been dying to do since we started Peepshow in 2017: Sex Workers Talk Trek. We invited our friends Hunny Daniels and Princess Berpl, also long-time Star Trek fans, to discuss the sexiness and social value of Trek. We talk about our favorite characters, […]
Reflections on the True Crime Genre
Lita Lecherous writes about what it felt like to lose her social media presence when Twitter deleted her account.
Juniper Fitzgerald talks motherhood, pregnancy, sex work, and more.
Art punches people in the feels and makes them react.
Calling sex working writers to contribute papers to a new volume on the sex industry.
Sex workers suspect that the reason that they are being kicked off dating platforms is because the other users are reporting them as sex workers.
Sex workers are doing a job, a job that clients create a market for. It’s a necessary and important job, one that can benefit both sex workers and their clients; one that creates a much-needed imaginative playspace where suspension of disbelief is part of the magic. Clients would be more satisfied in these interactions if they could appreciate the work that goes into that fantasy creation and revel in it rather than trying to turn it into something it isn’t and shouldn’t be.