Why are sex workers and their allies occupying... →
“Occupations are at the heart of sex workers’ rights movements. Think back to the Lyon occupation in France in the1970′s. Taking Times Square last Saturday was a full circle moment, given the history of sex work in Times Square, and the joined forces of corporate and political interests that have displaced sex workers from not just Times Square but any public space. For sex workers,...
No one is obliged to get you off sexually. If you are horny and the other person...– “Without My Consent” by Bran Fenner, in The Revolution Starts at Home (via miswritten) Always evaluating. (via jsex) I can’t lie, I’ve been guilty of showing my disappointment or getting into arguments about sex drive (lots because it’s been misconstrued as something against me if it isn’t there)...
The United States is a nation that’s supposed to promote agency and choice. It’s...– Sex Worker Rights: Stigma Trumps Social Services (via deedennis)
UK Sex Work Data Analysis: Infographic of Popular... →
“Millward spent two weeks stripping, scraping and analyzing UK escort clients’ meticulously written reviews about their experiences with sex workers from the ten most populated UK cities. The results include how much men pay, what sex acts they engage in most often, how they describe the women’s bodies and sex locations, in addition to compiling the most common escort names and hair...
The problem is, real people buy sex, and real people sell sex. The numbers on...– Melissa Gira Grant on Alternet: What’s Wrong with Ashton Kutcher’s Campaign Against Sex Work? Plenty. (via harmreduction)
No one wants to die. Even people who want to go to heaven don’t want to die to...– Steve Jobs
There is nothing inherently sexist about Sex Work.
What is sexist is how we treat our Sex Workers. Sex work in itself is not the issue, the issue is how we choose to view Sex Work and those who are in the industry with very little respect or civil rights. (via brazenbitch)
I’m not the only sex worker I know who says their work has made them less...– Ariel Levy’s Female Chauvinist Pigs: Women and the Rise of Raunch Culture (2005) | Tits and Sass