For decades sex workers have worked under unfair labor conditions without access to means of self advocacy. This paper explores the invisibility of activism and advocacy within sex work and uncovers why this invisibility exists. The author uses secondary as well as primary sources to uncover why advocacy is needed within sex work and offers examples of successful sex work. This paper is informed by both intersectionality and standpoint theory in order to account for multiple experiences and to draw knowledge from lived experiences of sex workers themselves
Harvey, Grace E.
"Sex Workers and Self Advocacy,"
Ramifications: Vol. 2
, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.wcupa.edu/ramifications/vol2/iss1/1