Reason Magazine’s recent report on the ongoing impact of the Backpage shutdown on sex workers and free speech.
Amsterdam plans to relocate iconic red light district. Sex workers protest as city planners fail to consult those affected.
Gig workers in Britain seek inspiration and guidance from sex workers for labor rights.
Stripper Web no longer exists and it feels like the end of an era for sex workers. The loss of safe and supportive spaces for sex workers has damaging effects.
Online sex worker denied entry into the US because of their occupation, despite never meeting clients in person.
Louisiana is home to a bizarre law called CANS that criminalizes oral and anal sex, but not vaginal sex. This homophobic and transphobic law is known as “Crimes Against Nature by Solicitation”.
Sex workers are feeling the financial pain of an economic downturn, and it’s affecting all areas of the industry. From high-end escorts to street-based sex workers, many are reporting a decrease in demand and earnings.
Sex work is decriminalized in some parts of Australia, which has led to a decrease in trafficking statistics there, but there’s still room for improvement.
On January 25, 1917, over 300 sex workers in San Francisco marched to protest the imminent closure of their brothels. This was the first sex worker led protest in the United States.
A program called Report John has been launched by the Police Department of Vallejo, California. More policing is never the solution.
Two online reporting programs, a new sex worker safety plan in Canada, Chippendales lobbying for a pandemic-era program, and special guest Tamika Spellman.
Dr. Olivia Snow claims DoorDash recently banned her due to a detection of unspecified “abnormal behavior” from her account.
Decriminalization strategies in Rhode Island, dominatrix discrimination from DoorDash, and Geo from Sex Workers Against Criminalization New Orleans.
Decriminalization in Belgium, a stripper strike in North Hollywood, and special guest Alexandra Hunt, whose background as a stripper is a proud part of her campaign.
The Black Sex Worker Collective is a philanthropic arts project offering peer support, legal assistance, housing, and more.
Current and former employees of Star Garden staged a walkout to protest an unsafe work environment in the North Hollywood stripper strike.