I’m a writer and journalist covering sexual politics, technology, and human rights. My reporting and commentary has appeared in The Nation, The New York Times, VICE, Wired, The Guardian, The Washington Post, and Dissent, among other publications. I'm the author of Playing the Whore: The Work of Sex Work. I live in New York.
In my new book Playing the Whore, sex workers' demands, too long relegated to the margins, take center stage.
Reporting and commentary on sex, tech, and politics.
Glass Houses is a media label founded on the Internet, launched with the publication of Coming & Crying.
Friday, August 21, 2015
After the strong reception my strike notice received – I will no longer speak to other members of the media about sex work unless it is a paying project or assignment – I thought I’d gather some of the conversation here. View the story “On What I’m Striking For” on Storify
Thursday, August 20, 2015
I will not do work you are paid to do. I will not do work which has value to those who employ you. I will not do work which has value to those who place advertisements around your work. I will not, and if you ask me to more than once, I will direct you to the following.