Bawdy Scratches Our 7 Year Itch!

 Posted by on March 6, 2014
Mar 062014
Bawdy Scratches Our 7 Year Itch!

This week the storytelling powerhouse “Bawdy” celebrated its 7th year anniversary and if you were at the celebration events you’d have seen why! By consistently presenting real life sexy & hilarious stories (and storytellers) coupled with the super dynamic hostess, Dixie, the event has developed a cult following. There are audience members that come back […]

“That” Question

 Posted by on December 5, 2013
Dec 052013
"That" Question

by Princess Kali

“So, what did you say you do for a living?”

That question, no matter how many times I’ve heard it, always makes my heart skip a beat. It is not a simple question to answer and only opens up a torrent of other questions inside my head, which causes me to pause. And the pause rarely goes unnoticed. Who doesn’t know how to explain what they do for a living?

Apr 082013
The 1st Annual Feminist Porn Conference Draws Hundreds to University of Toronto

TORONTO (April 8, 2013)—The First Annual Feminist Porn Conference was held at the University of Toronto on April 6, 2013 and drew nearly 250 attendees. This one-day conference brought together academics, cultural critics, performers, directors, producers, sex workers, activists, students, and fans to explore the emergence of feminist porn as a genre, industry, field of […]

Mar 132013
Fess Up When You Fuck Up: Being Overly Attached To The Outcome

During one particular performance in the last couple of years I was too attached to the outcome of a scene/performance that I acted in a way that I’m not terribly proud of. It’s difficult to admit to mistakes, especially when perfectionism is something of struggle, but I think it’s important to talk about times when […]

Feeling left out…

 Posted by on November 6, 2012
Nov 062012
Feeling left out…

Last weekend was another example of wishing I could be in two places at once. I was originally going to be attending the Good Vibrations “Sex Summit”, a day-long conference featuring some of the most coveted educators and activists in the field. It seems that almost every weekend, across the USA, there is some sort […]

Is Sex Work Just a Job?

 Posted by on October 4, 2012
Oct 042012
Is Sex Work Just a Job?

Kelsey Obsession Some sex workers say, “Its just a job.”  But if I wanted “just a job” I’d go sit at a desk for 40 hours a week.  To me, sex work is a lifestyle.  Because in this business the most important asset I have is, well, me.  My sexuality.  My self. I’m in sex […]

Who is a sex worker?

 Posted by on July 27, 2012
Jul 272012
Who is a sex worker?

Language is something that is constantly fascinating to me. The way we use it, the way it shapes us, the way we can choose to shape it. Language is particularly fascinating when it comes to “sex work”. The term sex worker can be polarizing, both within the sex work community and outside of it. There […]

Jul 262011

How I Became a Sex Educator without Really Meaning To

By Robin Mandell

Looking back, it seems that I was always destined to become a sex educator. If my interest in sex wasn’t enough of an indication, my passion for social justice and equal access for all people should have given me a clue. I remember, as a high school student, being baffled by homophobia. It just didn’t make sense!

Jun 232011

By Clare Jacky

I often tell people that the majority of my job is the “unsexy stuff.” Most days are spent with bookkeeping, inventory management, event planning meetings, and a constant stream of paperwork. I spend a lot more time brainstorming about our point of sale system than erotic fantasies.