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BRIGHTON: men wanted for the SICK! Festival

SICK! Festival describes itself as the antidote to the physical, mental and social challenges of life. It is a two week event: week one taking place in Manchester and Week two in Brighton. 196 more words

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Behind See Me Now - Interview with Imogen Brodie and Kirsten Adam

A version of See Me Now was originally performed as part of The Brolly Project in August 2015, a Young Vic Taking Part project. The team worked closely with outreach projects across London to find a company of participants who have, or do work in the sex industry. 2,323 more words

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Rethinking Sacred Prostitution

Sex workers, like all other workers, ought to be able to work regular hours, have a pension, get time off when they are ill, be safe and healthy at work, and not be exploited. 585 more words

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The Rates of Individual Sex Workers Do Not Define Their Class or Self-Worth

There seems to be a misperception by some that the higher the rate that an individual sex worker charges, then the classier, the more refined, and the more educated the individual sex worker.  433 more words

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The True Nature of Choice Within the Consensual Sex Industry

When I first began in the industry, sex workers had more choices.  Although many sex workers worked for controlling bosses at massage parlours, at the end of the day, they had control over their own body.  584 more words

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