Monthly Archives: September 2011

To my fellow sex workers

Don’t accuse each other of feeding stereotypes because like all stereotypes on minorities, some are true. We know that all sex workers are not the representation of what the whorephobic system describes. But some of us are sometimes. We have … Continue reading

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The choice to fight

Have you noticed when people tell you that if you are not happy with the current politics, then you can go back to where you come from? Have you noticed when they ask you to love it or leave it? … Continue reading

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Strippers and pornstars are legitimate teachers

Benedict Garrett was on the news because the school where he works as a teacher found out that he is moonlighting as a stripper. According to them, he was guilty of “unacceptable professional conduct”. Rightly, Mr Garrett answered that his … Continue reading

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Where is the evidence?

Some argued in a previous Morning Star article[1] against our labour rights, considering that we are not workers, but as Fiona McTaggart MP puts it: “bodies used as commodities” or, according to Heather Harvey from Eaves, that we campaign: “for … Continue reading

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