Culture Mar 13, 2020 12:30 PM EST

Sex work insecurity in the season of coronavirus

The left, focused primarily on reducing stigma of an idea they view as empowering for women, ignores the fact that regardless of the current pandemic, every day a sex worker “clocks in” they risk contracting or spreading a communicable disease that could easily become the next pandemic.

Sex work insecurity in the season of coronavirus
Chad Felix Greene USA
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