I spent a little over five years living in Nevada, the only jurisdiction in the United States where prostitution is legal. Out of Nevada’s 16 counties, 10 counties permit brothel prostitution but only eight have active brothels. There are 21 active brothels in Nevada and yes, I have actually been inside of one. Let me … Continue reading Women’s History Month: What is sex work and why should feminists care about it?
I once lived in Los Angeles but I never quite felt like a resident there. I always felt as if my time there would be temporary, fleeting—as if I was supposed to have certain experiences and then move on. Those experiences included attending the occasional church service at First African Methodist Episcopalian Church, commonly known … Continue reading Women’s History Month: Do Black female lives matter?