Durham University defends its support of student sex workers Durham university has recently made headlines after it offered training sessions to support students involved in sex work. The training sessions are intended to help students in sex work by ensuring they can access advice and support when needed. According to the Independent, the training sessions […]
“Anti-LGBT” DebSoc speaker re-invited by Guild Management From her initial invitation, through to being uninvited and finally re-invited by a Students’ Guild director, Caroline Farrow’s platform at the Debating Society’s ‘This House Believes Sex Work is Real Work’ event on Friday 18 September was the centre of controversy. The Free Speech Union, led by Toby […]
Print Screen Editor Francesca Sylph discusses how the actor’s exploitation of fame has ultimately harmed sex workers during an already challenging time.
With the General Election swiftly approaching, it is time for us all to ensure that we are informed enough to make a reasonable decision on who deserves our votes. It’s important to know exactly what your chosen candidate stands for; not just what you think they stand for. sadly, the wEP have missed the boat […]
probably didn’t come into Imy own regarding feminism and activism until I came to university. But since I’ve been here, I’ve realised that its more important than ever to keep on challenging perceptions, in a time when society seems increasingly confused about how to view my sexuality and my expression of it. I am a […]
(Contains discussion of sexual violence, prostitution, mental health.) The taboo surrounding sex-work is such that very few at university who partake in it would tell even their close friends about their work – as a result, it’s extremely difficult to investigate exactly how many of our students are working in the sex trade, and how […]