I’m a Hooker! The blog posting platform Medium has a useful reading statistics organisation. Unlike on WordPress, it differentiates between people who have clicked on your post, and those who … Continue reading I’m a Hooker! I’m a Sex Worker!
The prostitution debate has a curious texture to it. It is fervently and belligerently held, relies regularly on simplistic, narrow theorizing (and lets face it, basic ignorance), and encourages its … Continue reading How to be a Prude
THE year is 2032. Britain is a vastly different place. You can now choose from 12, instead of four, sizes of recyclable mug at your local coffee house — which, … Continue reading 2032
Back in 2014, I co-authored an academic paper published in a graduate journal that sought to discuss the delineation of women in prostitution into mythologized categories: social pariah, abject, … Continue reading Whorburbia
When I was kid, I remember the general adult riposte to my regular protestation ‘Its not fair!’ being, ‘Well, life is not fair.’ Yes, the superficial vein was (dis)honest cynicism, … Continue reading Why I Still Support Corbyn, Despite Decriminalization
How important are punters in informing the prostitution culture and ergo, the culture at large? Why are they so often silent in populist realms or debates? Bar of course, … Continue reading Why No Punter Movement?
In Arles, in the late 19th century, a 37 year old artiste tragique, for one reason or another, decided to slice off his own ear (apparently now it is the whole ear, … Continue reading Artless Whores