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Unfortunately, this content no longer exists (or may not have existed) due to the closure of Switter on the 14th of March, 2022.
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Otherwise, here are some blog posts from our
Tryst.link blog: Herbal Care for Sex Workers By Molly Simmons. Reading time: 7 minutes
Herbal care has been passed down through communities for generations - before the professionalization of medicine, women, witches, midwives and family members were the keepers of herbal knowledge.
Read more... “Who are you, and what am I doing here?” Returning to work as an escort, after lockdown. By Georgie Wolf. Reading time: 7 minutes
In November of last year, I finally got back to work. But slipping back into sex work was far more difficult than I’d expected.
Read more... History, politics, activism, and humanity: 4 must-read books about sex work. By Georgie Wolf. Reading time: 6 minutes
Want to find out more about sex workers? Unfortunately, mainstream media will only get you so far.
Read more... The Seven Deadly Sins of Sex Work Journalism, and How to Avoid Them. By Georgie Wolf. Reading time: 9 minutes
Whenever my job is mentioned in newspapers, blogs, or magazines, the same tropes tend to pop up: moral panic, drug abuse, violence. Journalists quote us selectively, so that it sounds as if we’re living out the sex-negative, whorephobic stereotypes the public are used to consuming.
Read more... A Tryst with San Diego escort Xuan Rayne By Lola Hunt. Reading time: 13 minutes
One of the best things about getting on social media as an out sex worker was seeing other queer, gender nonconforming, trans, gay as heck people in this industry.
Read more... A Switter user made and posted this sometime in 2018. © Assembly Four 2018-2022