In the wake of SESTA/FOSTA, online resources used by sex workers are being censored or vanishing entirely. Sex workers explain why these networks are crucial for warning each other about dangerous clients.
After eight strip clubs on Bourbon Street were shut down in human trafficking raids, a group of out-of-work strippers took to the streets to protest.
Owners once claimed to be recession-proof, but Ralph's dancers hustled for tips in a fading industry.
“Whistler is like Never Never Land for adults.”
Shuffling was as provincial as souped up Novas and crippling boredom and as British as chips and curry sauce, and for a while, it was everything.
Amidst aggressive signs with slogans like 'Trump Eats Farts', a swirl of anonymous dancers add whimsy to the protests.
Dance, dance, dance, dance, dance to the orchestra.
"The funny thing about being a stripper in Alberta is that when a coin hits your body you can tell, 'Oh, that's a quarter.'"
Viewers are transported into a space where all human information exists in Ruben van Leer's introduction to his opera-film, 'Symmetry,' 'TYPE/DYNAMICS.'
Human communication and supportive relationships become audiovisual choreography in 'WITH OUI.'