UPDATED: A New Age of Sex Work: Navigating the worlds oldest professions digital era

How five adult-entertainment stars tackle their finances in the age of online sex work. Melrose Michaels sits on her bed wearing a red lingerie set, smiling into the camera as if she were about to film a signature striptease. “Make sure you enjoy yourself,” Michaels says, smirking as she leans into the camera and givesContinue reading “UPDATED: A New Age of Sex Work: Navigating the worlds oldest professions digital era”

A New Age of Sex Work: Navigating the Worlds Oldest Profession’s Digital Era

How five adult entertainment stars tackle their finances in the age of online sex work. Melrose Michaels sits on her bed wearing a red lingerie set, smiling into the camera as if she were about to film a signature striptease. “Make sure you enjoy yourself,” Michaels says, smirking as she leans into the camera andContinue reading “A New Age of Sex Work: Navigating the Worlds Oldest Profession’s Digital Era”

Biden Campaign Shifts Focus to Puerto Rico to Sway Floridians

As of 2017, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the battleground state of Florida is home to the greatest population of Puerto Ricans living in the United States— a demographic pollsters say could be critical in deciding the 2020 presidential election.  Puerto Rico is one of four U.S. territories wherein its residents are considered AmericanContinue reading “Biden Campaign Shifts Focus to Puerto Rico to Sway Floridians”

House Subcommittee Holds Fourth Hearing on White Supremacy in America

“When I got out of the Neo-Nazi’s, I had the great job of being a hockey coach,” Frank Meeink explained to members of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties on Tuesday. “Every hockey team has an agitator— he’s the guy that goes out and starters trouble withContinue reading “House Subcommittee Holds Fourth Hearing on White Supremacy in America”

House Subcommittee Holds Fourth Hearing on White Supremacy in America

“When I got out of the Neo-Natzi’s, I had the great job of being a hockey coach,” Frank Meeink explained to members of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Tuesday. “Every hockey team has an agitator— he’s the guy that goes out and starters trouble with theContinue reading “House Subcommittee Holds Fourth Hearing on White Supremacy in America”

EARN IT Act Could be a Disaster for Encryption and Internet Privacy

Advocates say that Senator Lindsey Graham’s bill could be devastating for LGBT sex workers of color In a year as unprecedented as 2020, many voters are wondering if politics could get any worse. Emma Llanso wants you to remember that in fact, it can— and if Senate Bill 3398 were to pass congressional approval, sexContinue reading “EARN IT Act Could be a Disaster for Encryption and Internet Privacy”

EARN IT Act: Breach of the First Amendment at its Best, Deadly at its Worst

Advocates say that Senator Lindsey Graham’s bill could be devastating for LGBT sex workers of color After a year plagued by unprecedented public health and economic crisis, heightened racial tensions over police brutality, wildfires that scorched the west, the death of a beloved Supreme Court justice, and a looming presidential election, you may be thinkingContinue reading “EARN IT Act: Breach of the First Amendment at its Best, Deadly at its Worst”

AU Students For Life President Wants to Start Tough Conversations on Campus

Olivia Triska is taking on Roe V. Wade by starting small.  A sophomore at American University studying Communications, Legal Institutions, Economics, and Government, Triska founded AU Students for Life with the help of several peers. Triska, the club’s president, says that the organization’s purpose on campus is to “provide a space for students who identifyContinue reading “AU Students For Life President Wants to Start Tough Conversations on Campus”

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