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Sex Workers Are Moving Online, Supporting Each Other During Coronavirus

International Sex Guide

Retail, restaurant, hospitality and arts workers—and all kinds of professionals whose livelihoods are tied to in-person meetings—are currently suffering from coronavirus-related job cuts. The U. Private Sector Job Quality Index estimates that 37 million jobs are vulnerable to layoffs due to social distancing measures to slow the spread of the pandemic. While many white collar workers continue to labor from home, one group facing particularly acute challenges are sex workers, whose work is often illegal, in legal gray areas or not covered by unemployment laws. There are sex workers of all income levels and identities, but many come from marginalized communities and have trouble accessing other forms of employment, says Maxine Holloway, co-founder of the advocacy organization Bay Area Workers Support BAWS. A collective of sex workers, BAWS lobbies for the decriminalization of sex work and shares peer-to-peer resources. They also issued a guide for those coping with a loss of income during the COVID outbreak, complete with health tips and strategies for remote work during social distancing.

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