As the council puts forward a consultation to shut down the city’s lap dancing clubs, dancers are doing what they can to educate the public.
The British sex trade remains a legal grey area. But with looming legislation threatening workers, activists are fighting to be better understood
‘Acid, mescaline, S&M, and paddling pools’: sex worker Susi Wyss shares her stories from Europe’s most decadent era.
London will get a striptease as part of a ‘disruptive’ global protest against unfair and unpaid labour which will see thousands of women walk out of work.
Sex work has always been a precarious profession – but now the UK government is now pushing it to its limits.
Out of low-lit bars and into bedrooms, Pigalle People is an ode to Paris’s lost sex-workers through the humanist lens of Jane Evelyn Atwood.
Footballing legend and Twitter sensation Neville Southall takes on the biggest issues of our time. This week he argues it's time to decriminalise sex work and end the stigma.
Erika Lust discusses the media’s dire treatment of sex workers, and asks why social justice movements like #MeToo have left them almost completely out of the conversation.
Photographer and dancer Sergey Melnitchenko goes backstage at a nameless Chengdu city nightclub in his Behind The Scenes photo series.
Photographer Marc Vallée spent two years collaborating with Thierry, documenting the personal and the political of the young sex worker's life.
Photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten's latest project, The Act, captures women in the sex industry in theatrical scenes and allows them to tell their own stories.
See Me Now, a new play at the Young Vic in London, is written and performed by current and former sex workers. We talk to its creators about why it's time their voices are heard.