In the latest edition of our Sex Work Diaries series, Melbourne-based sex worker Casey Cleaver discusses the bond shared between women working in a brothel.
In this edition of our Sex Work Diaries series, New York dominatrix Amanda Lang denounces a terrible client, and offers advice on how to spot the red flags.
Camming – so, performing sex acts in front of a webcam for money – is a lesser-discussed form of sex work, but it offers its own set of benefits and issues. Here, Rosie Solomon talked to two former camgirls and one camgirl-enthusiast about their experiences with the work and the cam community.
What happened on the first National Sex Worker Lobby Day? Is Sex and the City a golden beacon of sex positivity? How should you go about opening up your relationship? This and more (extremely important) info in our weekly #sexnews :) Happy reading, sluts!
How can you get into FinDomming? How is sex affected by capitalism? What’s it like to balance sex work and being a mom? This and more (extremely important) info in our weekly #sexnews :) Happy reading, sluts!
In this edition of Sex Work Diaries, London-based Amelia Swann discusses how working as an escort has changed the way she sees herself and navigates the world as a fat woman.
The United States Congress just passed two bills, SESTA and FOSTA, which claim to diminish sex trafficking, but in practice is censorship legislature that will make sex workers’ lives more dangerous and their futures uncertain. Here, dominatrix Mistress Couple talks to three other sex workers about what these bills mean for their work and lives, as well as for the future of sex work and censorship in the United States.
Erika Lust, the Swedish pornographer who has become the face of the feminist porn movement, is making her L.A. debut this weekend with a screening of erotic short films. Here, Lust discusses porn archetypes in a post #MeToo era, and what #TimesUp means for sex workers. By Alexandra Pereira.
Season 2 of Joe Swanberg’s sexually progressive series EASY came out yesterday. Here’s why I’m excited to play a sex worker who’s not a victim. By Karley Sciortino.
The #NYCStripperStrike is a movement organized by strippers across the five boroughs to combat racial discrimination and unequal wage distribution in clubs. Sophia Larigakis talks to Gizelle Marie (pictured), a dancer at the forefront of the movement, about some of the big issues at stake.