This research article explores how the sex workers’ rights movement can build solidarity with other sectors of intimate labour, specifically domestic workers, in its fight to have sex work recognised as work. The article builds upon the notion of sex work as work in the context of a labour rights movement that can change the mechanics of organising decentralised labour.
This article is written by Kate D'adamo, National Policy Advocate at the Sex Workers Project and a community organizer at the Sex Workers Outreach Project - NYC and Sex Workers Action New York. It was published in Research for Sex Work 14: Sex Work is Work.
You can download this 4-page resource above. The article is available in English and Spanish.