Why Sex Workers of Colour Give It Up for Less

GUEST BLOGGER: T. T. James worked in the sex trade for six years from age 19 to 26 in Toronto. She is a mother, visionary thinker & poet who writes, edits, and blogs. Check out her personal/opinion blog The Female Sex. ———————————————————————— In the sex industry, everyone discriminates. The fit, youthful, white sex worker is … Continue reading

RIP, Anna Jackson. You were a Warrior.

I was sucked into the Facebook vortex this past MLK weekend when I saw an update from Anna Jackson. It was actually posted by her daughter, Rissa. The updates here posted as if Rissa were speaking directly to her mother. I was in shock. Anna passed away on January 12, 2012. Rissa was mourning the … Continue reading

End Violence Against Sex Workers

December 17 is the International Day To End Violence Against Sex Workers.  Though the day has already passed this year, I feel it’s important to remember those sex workers who are no longer here with us to celebrate holiday festivities alongside us.  They’re not here because they are dead–many murdered just for being sex workers.