April 28, 2017

Degree of Shame: The Invisible Population of Student Sex Workers 3:30PM  -  4PM Degree of Shame: The Invisible Population of Student Sex Workers 210 W 50th St, NYC

Degree of Shame: The Invisible Population of Student Sex Workers

This qualitative study explores the motives of students who engage in sex work and how they perceive their ability to coordinate academic responsibilities and their work. The research seeks to evaluate whether stigmatization is a concern described by student sex workers. Furthermore, the projects wants to offer participants a space to describe positive and negative aspects of their involvement within the sex business.

After attending this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the complex identities of sex workers and their diverse motivations to engage in sex work.
  • Discuss the difference between survival sex and lifestyle sex work and how they intersect.
  • Define modern day sex work and how technology facilitates access to adult jobs.

Session Category :  2017 

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