On Naked City TV: Sex Worker Activists Speak Up About the Movement

This episode of Naked City TV was shot while I was in Chicago for the Desiree Alliance. I interviewed sex worker rights activists from three generations about their experiences in the movement, what’s changed, and what the movements’ issues are for the future.

In this episode of the show, I interview sex worker rights activists from three generations about their experiences in the movement, what’s changed, and what the movements’ issues are for the future.

The women and organizations featured in this video are
Margo St. James – a sex worker who was one of the earliest activists of the modern sex worker rights’ movement in the United States.
St. James Infirmary – the first occupational safety and health clinic for sex workers run by and for sex workers. Operating in San Francisco since 1999.
Robyn Few – former sex worker and founder of the national Sex Workers Outreach Project
SerpentLibertine – sex worker, activist, blogger and producer of the Red Light District Chicago audio and video podcasts.

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