Topic Sex Work
After the establishment of laws like FOSTA-SESTA and SIESA and the rise of organizations like Exodus Cry, OnlyFans’ updated policies were a long time coming.
More experienced workers are worried about how SISEA could lead to further gentrification in sex work.
It’s easier than ever for privileged folx to start sex work for clout, often at the expense of marginalized sex workers.
Survival sex workers already have too few avenues to pursue safe work.
The Section 230 amendment was meant to reduce human trafficking. Instead, it stripped agency and safety from sex workers.
Strip club raids don’t stop human trafficking — they criminalize sex workers’ existence.
Legalizing sex work has historically landed sex workers in harm’s way, often at the hands of the police.
A conversation on how the decriminalization of sex work is vital in the fight for racial justice
Amidst a global pandemic, strippers in California find creative ways to take care of one another.
The company limits the types of services for which sex workers can receive payment.