Courtney Trouble shares 20 lessons they have learned after working in pornography for 20 years.
Sifting through my closet, my sister pulled out a tank top and a pair of jean shorts. I tried on the top, yanked it off, and tossed it on a growing pile of clothes on my bed. “I can’t believe how nervous you are,” she remarked. “Since when do you care this much about a […]
Sex work isn’t something you just dabble in, it is a job that will change you, one that you can’t just do to make ends meet during a pandemic, and then pack away in a box and forget about when the economy rebounds.
Our political activism is often in tension with our marketing. The work we do to humanize ourselves and destigmatize our work can also demystify the personas we so carefully craft.
Jessie Sage explores online sex work during a global pandemic in a series of vignettes.