The Problem with Sex Work is Work

I just happened across this article from almost a year ago. It fits into my worldview that the fundamental issue with prostitution and other forms of so-called ‘sex work’ is the concept of work itself. As humans in a Capitalist (or even Socialist) system, we are conscripted into employment.

Rousseau or Locke may have called this a social contract, but I never signed it, and still I am forced to accept the terms and conditions.

I’ve been quite busy working to survive, so I don’t have time to comment, save to say that I agree with the major concepts, as I have written previously here, here, here, and here.

2 thoughts on “The Problem with Sex Work is Work

  1. Quick aside. I like to categorise my posts with tags. Evidently, the morality police at WordPress doesn’t allow Prostitution as a tag despite it having a legitimate and constructive purpose. SMH

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