Broadly Sex Work

4.17.19

Sex Work Is Work—And Its Laborers Are Officially Unionizing

In the UK, sex workers are joining with trade unions to demand better collective conditions for their industry.

3.12.19

The Feminist Divide Over Decriminalizing Sex Work

On Monday, the National Organization for Women joined other local groups and a representative for Gloria Steinem to oppose legislation that would decriminalize sex work in New York.

2.26.19

Despite Track Record, Kamala Harris Says She Supports Decriminalizing Sex Work

In a new interview, the senator and presidential hopeful says that we shouldn't "criminalize consensual behavior," but has "no regrets" about supporting FOSTA/SESTA.

2.26.19

What Makeup Does This Professional Dominatrix Wear to Work?

As with all things in life, says Siren Vandoll, sometimes things don't go according to plan—whether it's a liquid eyeliner disaster or a client who doesn't know what they want.

2.25.19

New York Lawmakers Join Activists in Fight to Decriminalize Sex Work

Decrim NY is a new coalition of sex workers, state lawmakers, and advocacy groups who want to make New York the first state to decriminalize sex work.

2.22.19

The 2020 Democratic Frontrunners Need to Answer for Their Votes on SESTA

SESTA put my sex worker community in severe danger. We need to demand our candidates commit to better policy this primary.

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2.4.19

Common Myths About Porn, Debunked by a Porn Performer

"I love having fun on set. Can you imagine having sex in a way you really enjoy, with your full consent, and not responding like it’s positive? Also, you can’t fake a squirting orgasm."

12.3.18

This Sex Worker Wrote a Netflix Horror Movie Stephen King Loves

“If people want to support sex workers, pay for their content," screenwriter and former cam girl Isa Mazzei tells Broadly. She's brought that message to 'CAM', starring Madeleine Brewer of 'The Handmaid's Tale.'

11.9.18

Common Myths About Sex Work, Debunked By Sex Workers

Sex work is one of the most maligned forms of labor, and often subject to misrepresentation and speculation. We asked two leading sex worker activists to break down some of the most common misconceptions.

11.6.18

Sex Workers Are the Original Feminists

An excerpt from Juno Mac and Molly Smith's "Revolting Prostitutes," a book that platforms the voices of sex workers.

11.1.18

Queer Sugar Babies Explain How to Find a Sugar Mommy

It's definitely more complicated than finding a daddy.

10.3.18

The Sex Worker Who Helped Me Realize I'm Genderfluid

By offering a judgement-free space to experiment, Liara Roux helped their client, Annalise, come into her identity later in life.

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