Sex work

Duke porn star is ahead of her time

In an ideal world, the 18-year-old Duke University student who has chosen to perform in pornography wouldn’t be judged for her personal choices. However, it’s inevitable that judgement will happen, and seen in a wider societal context, her choices do deserve some criticism.Continue...

OnlyFans referral program can make creators thousands, but at what cost?

OnlyFans is one of many online companies that saw immense growth in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the past year, OnlyFans has gone from a niche subscription-based service used by a few influencers and sex workers to a household name. In November 2019, the platform had only 7.5 million users; by December 2020, that number had jumped to 85 million.Continue...

Being a sugar baby at Queen’s

For Kate*, sugar babying —engaging in a kind of dating where one partner financially supports the other—started as a way of earning some additional income.Continue...

OnlyFans isn’t for Bella Thorne or any other celebrities

In an age when the majority of social media platforms censor sex workers and challenge their livelihood, OnlyFans seemed like a saving grace—that is, until it was exploited by Bella Thorne.Continue...

Sex in the city

Whether on the street, within massage parlours or at a strip club, sex is a commodity to be sold in Kingston.Continue...

Court rules right on sex work

On Dec. 20, the Supreme Court of Canada struck down three laws governing activities surrounding sex work.Continue...

'It is not a shameful profession'

Sex work in Kingston will be safer thanks to new provincial legislation, says a former Kingston sex worker.Continue...