Banks Have the Power to Ruin Your Sex Life
When perfectly legal businesses are blocked from actually making money by banks and services like PayPal, our cultural acceptance of sex is pushed further into the fringes.
Sex Workers Will Finally Be Able to Carry Condoms Without Fear of Arrest in California
The landmark bill also empowers them to report abuse and exploitation.
We're About to See What Happens When Prosecutors Don't Target Sex Workers
The election of Tiffany Cabán as Queens District Attorney will have huge implications for the sex-work community.
A Government Database for People Who Pay for Sex Is a Terrible, Dangerous Idea
A set of bills pass this month in Florida that, if they become law, will build a “Soliciting for Prostitution Public Database."
I Did Sex Work to Make Money—and Find Real Intimacy With Men
One in eight trans women have done sex work as a source of income; one in five, for food or shelter. Some of us have looked for real human connection there, too.
Sessi Kuwabara Blanchard
This Is How Sex Workers Will Change the Law
Sex workers met with lawmakers in Albany on Tuesday to push for legislation that could pave the way to the full decriminalization of sex work.
A Sex Workers Union Is Organizing Against Instagram Discrimination
The Adult Performers Actors Guild is standing up for sex workers who are tired of being banned from Instagram with no explanation.
My Week as a ‘Stunt Cock’
You learn a lot about masculinity when you try having sex for money.
How Online Sex Work Is Changing Singapore's Red Light District
The streets of Geylang are less seedy, but is that a good thing?
The Anonymous Lives of Phone Sex Operators
Talking intimacy, secrecy and the tricks of the trade with the women whose voices have soundtracked thousands of orgasms.
Cam Models Tell Us How Much Money They Are Really Making
Cammers tell us about their startup costs, hours and how much they make getting naked for strangers.
This City Will Start Outing Johns. Sex Workers Think It’s a Terrible Idea
Police in London, Ontario say publicizing names of people charged with buying sexual services will curb demand and help prevent sex trafficking.