In honor of #internationalwhoresday—a day for solidarity among sex workers and allies, a call for decriminalization, and a protest against stigma and violence against SWers—we’ve collected our 10 favorite Slutever articles by sex workers about sex work.
Does wielding a fake dick denote a lack of sexual creativity for lesbians? Does sex exist in a political vacuum? Poet Lisa Luxx debates a queer woman’s responsibility in unpicking her patriarchal behavior in the bedroom.
Why does everyone keeps warning girls to stop speaking with vocal fry, or else you’ll “sound stupid.” But like, says who?! By Kristen Cochrane.
YA novels increasingly feature sexually strong female protagonists, LGBTQA+ characters, queer desire and non-normative relationships: Amanda Lang provides some insight into the genre.
Have you ever noticed that in pretty much every horror movie ever made, the “slut” is always the first to get stabbed or eaten by zombies? Why is that? Kristen Cochrane looks back at film history to find out.
Is it possible to separate the need to exercise from the desire to be thin? And like, what do class and capitalism have to do with going for a jog? Casey Ireland reflects on her shifting relationship to exercise.
Over the past century, countless films have featured the character of the “hooker with a heart of gold.” How come? Kristen Cochrane looks back at film history—specifically at Pretty Woman—to show why this theme is actually degrading to sex workers.
An effective pop song should make you feel the same as developing a new crush. Annie Fell muses about the beauty and terror of having a crush, and the band that taught her how to embrace it.
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