Media & Academic Citations
Here you will find links to articles written about myself and the visual activist movement of Whoretography
Brain Magazine - published in Paris
Whoretography, un magazine fait par et pour les travailleurs/euses du sexe
Jeudi 21 décembre 2017
The journal and website's creator, Camille Melissa, talks to i-D about celebrating sex workers' self-image. Read a version in Spanish here
Dec 19 2017, 3:08pm
Dazed & Confused
The woman making sex work photography true to life.
The Best Sex Work Writing of 2017
Named as one of the bext sex work writers of 2017!
We rounded up the year's best writing, reporting, and research on erotic industries, those who work in them, and how they're getting screwed by U.S. authorities and laws.
Elizabeth Nolan Brown
Dec. 31, 2017 7:30 am
Discussed in the Book:
Social Censure and Critical Criminology: After Sumner
edited by Anthony Amatrudo
Discussed in the book:
Erotic Performance and Spectatorship: New Frontiers in Erotic Dance
By Katy Pilcher
Cunningham, S., Sanders, T., Scoular, J., Campbell, R., Pitcher, J., Hill, K., Valentine-Chase, M., Melissa, C., Aydin, Y. and Hamer, R., 2017. Behind the screen: Commercial sex, digital spaces and working online.
Anthony, (2017) Social Censure and Critical Criminology, After Sumner. Palgrave Macmillan. United Kingdom
Krsmanovic, E. (2016). Captured ‘Realities’ of Human Trafficking: Analysis of photographs illustrating stories on trafficking into the sex industry in Serbian media. Anti-Trafficking Review. (7)
Pilcher, K. (Ed.). (2017). Erotic Performance and Spectatorship. London: Routledge. Social
O’Neill, M., 2017. Sex Work, Censure and Transgression. In Social Censure and Critical Criminology (pp. 191-215). Palgrave Macmillan, London.
Redman, S., 2016. Female and male escorts in the UK: A Comparative analysis of working practices, stigma and relationships (Doctoral dissertation, University of Leeds).