Feminist Frictions is part of the Feminist Public Intellectuals Project. This installment of Feminist Frictions examines the concept of sex work, featuring an essay by Siobhan Brooks and a digital archive on the topic.
This digital archive extends the themes of Brooks’s essay to examine debates around sex work and trafficking. It collects links to essays, videos, podcasts, and other resources. While far from exhaustive, we hope it will be of use to teachers, students, and anyone interested in sex work. Works included in the archive are meant to illuminate feminist debates and provide a range of resources; it is not intended to be exhaustive or reflective of Brooks’s positions or the positions of Signs editors. To suggest any useful resources on the topic that are not currently included, we invite you to email the journal office.
Special thanks to Galen Bunting, Rachel Molko, and Giorgia Shields for their research and help organizing this digital archive.