Black Sex Worker Roundtable
On this special Old Pro News episode, host and human rights activist Lakeesha Harris gathers a legendary roundtable of leaders in the Black Sex Worker movement: performer/activists Sinnamon Love and Jet Setting Jasmine of the BIPOC Adult Industry Collective, and Old Pros historian/professor, Dr. Charlene J. Fletcher.
Together, they discuss the legacy of sex workers in fine art museums, Black women who are silenced in the archives, pleasure influence, mental health care, colorism at the strip club, and more!
BIPOC Adult Industry Collective is a resource for education and support services to make the adult entertainment industry a safe space for everyone who chooses this labor.
Overview: Founded in response to conversations regarding racism in adult entertainment, BIPOC Adult Industry Collective understood that by working together we can bring lasting change. BIPOC -AIC knows that our strength lies not only in the words we stand by but most importantly through the actions of our initiatives.
Mission: Supporting the diverse community of BIPOC adult performers and sex-workers within the adult industry through mutual aid and advocacy with dignity and respect.
Vision: To create equal financial opportunities for BIPOC people in the adult industry, normalize BIPOC presence, abolish racist language and stereotypes, and further our community’s skills in front of and behind the camera.
Learn More: BIPOC Adult Industry Collective is a resource for education and support services to make the adult entertainment industry a safe space for everyone who chooses this labor.
Donate & Support: BIPOC Adult Industry Collective to help provide resources for BIPOC SW in need.
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