Everyone has an opinion about how to legislate sex work (whether to legalize it, ban it or even tax it) … but what do workers themselves think would work best? Activist Juno Mac explains four legal models that are being used around the world and shows us the model that she believes will work best to keep sex workers safe and offer greater self-determination. “If you care about gender equality or poverty or migration or public health, then sex worker rights matter to you,” she says. “Make space for us in your movements.”
Sun, palm trees, glistening seas and the joyful colours of carnival. This is one side of Brazil many people would recognise, as is its reputation as a sexually liberal nation. But are people as open-minded […]
Kate Holden talks to Monty Dimond On The Couch about her first time working as a prostitute.
I get a lot of questions about being a Pro Domme or a Professional Dominatrix. While there are some I’m unable to answer, I will be trying my best to address all your questions about […]