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.
Maxine Holloway joins us from the second trimester of her second pregnancy to talk about the unique rewards and challenges of being a pregnant sex worker.
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.
The stigma that sex working parents face is ironic because we have skills that other parents should emulate.
We talk to Lola Davina, author of the Thriving in Sex Work series, about her new book on sex work and money.
For 12 hours only on Friday 21st August 2020, a sex-filled political ‘whore gallery’ was opened to the world.
We interview Danielle Blunt, professional dominatrix, sex worker rights advocate, and co-founder of Hacking//Hustling, a collective that works at the intersection of technology and social justice. We discuss the EART IT Act and how important it is to protect online spaces for marginalized communities.