The Labor of Sex Workers, and the Dues They’re Owed

It is society’s duty to provide for them, as it should to all of its citizens.

Courtesy of Flickr by xvire1969.

To be a sex worker, especially in America, is to sustain constant animosity from every corner of society while inhabiting its margins. The discourse surrounding sex work is supercharged with emotion — it makes sense since it fulfills such a primal

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A. Khaled

A. Khaled

Internet culture scribe with an interest in the digital economy, content creators, media and politics.

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