I know that there are many people for whom publishing about their sex work under their legal names is completely unimaginable, and where the negative consequences for their personal lives would completely outweigh any of the motivation for doing it. But this is the problem. These policies push important voices out of public discourse in a way that further stigmatizes and marginalizes entire groups of people.
“Loving Your Reflection, Loving the Skin You’re In fashion show celebrates body-positive community,” Pittsburgh City Paper
April 24, 2019
There is a growing body-positive community in Pittsburgh that intertwines fashion, burlesque, and small business. Danielle Thorn, the show’s director, sees the fashion show as an opportunity to bring together diverse people who are all working toward the same ends. She says, “We may not have traditional body types, but we are strong, and even stronger when we work together.”
“Fantasy of Phones,” ZeroSpaces
April 3, 2019
Our intimacy, which is often intense, is an intimacy that is bound inside of a certain erotic imaginary. We play with each other using words and ideas.
“The Impact of FOSTA/SESTA on Online Sex Work Communities,” SexTech Space
April 1, 2019
This is the reprint of an article I originally published in Cyborgology, for an issue of SexTech Space focused specifically on the impact of FOSTA/SESTA.