Even though adult content policy impacts millions of sex workers, our stories are rarely told. Journalists would rather interview religious organizations, law enforcement, politicians – just about anyone except the sex workers that policy actually impacts.
This is a major epistemic injustice – we do not need people to “speak for the voiceless” – we need people to listen to us. We are real human beings – workers, family providers, voters. There are many more of us than there are coal miners (only 40,000 in the USA to millions of sex workers!) but you almost never hear about us as laborers. It’s time people listened to our movement and centered our voices.
Here are some videos from those who have chosen to speak out now about banking discrimination and platform instability. If you are a worker and want to submit a video, post it and then include the link when you sign our statement. You can find tips for making a video here.
Aedan Rayne Press Contact OK? ✔️ Press Embed OK? ✔️
Disabled Sex Workers need help.— 🌈AedanRayne☁ Top 0.9% OnlyFans Creator 💫 AMAZING (@AedanRayne) December 19, 2020
If more sites are targeted by Visa & Mastercard, many of us may be forced to work outside our homes. This is
I'm begging you to make your own video, SPEAK UP. #VisaVictims #MasterCensors @missmarymoody @gingerbanks1 pic.twitter.com/mHtwLnxLc8
Kezia Press Contact OK? ❌ Press Embed OK? ✔️
The only way we can make a difference is if they hear all our stories.— 💘kezia420.vip🌻 (@kezia420_) December 22, 2020
Please join us, make your own video, and share it. We need to stand together
Don't let @Visa @Mastercard & @Discover censor our voices!#VisaVictims #MasterCensors pic.twitter.com/1iHrfo4Ypr
Kitty Stryker Press Contact OK? ✔️ Press Embed OK? ✔️
This morality war against SWers is a slippery slope. If AcceptanceMatters, Mastercard and Visa need to stop making our lives less safe.♬ Lofi Hiphop for study(872030) - NARU