Antigua & Barbuda: Lessons from Working Girls

“For hundreds of years the feminist movement has been divided on the question of prostitution,” writes Antigua-based playing with ink, who thinks that “feminists…could learn a lot from sex workers who in many instances are exercising their right to self-determination, which includes deciding how they earn money given the economic opportunities available to them.”

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