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Free download pread by Rachel Aimee 105 Ú pread an Utne Award–winning magazine by and for sex workers was independently published from 2005 to 2011 This collection features enduring essays about sex work around the world first person stories that range from deeply traumatic to totally hilarious analysis of media and culture and fantastic illustratioPread an Utne Award–winning magazine by and for sex workers was independently published from 2005 to 2011 This collection features enduring essays about sex work around the world first person stories that range from deeply traumati. Well THAT was certainly interesting The essays in this book certainly introduced some perspectives that I had not previously considered It was far political than I anticipated The parts written by the editors read like a satricical send up of pc language policing but they are serious They tie themselves in knots trying to stand for all sex workers everywhere and leave no one out But the essays by contibutors were really interesting and well written If you chose to read this book there will be something you will disagree with and probably be offended by But you will not be at all bored

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C to totally hilarious analysis of media and culture and fantastic illustrations and photos produced just for the magazine The book also features the previously untold story of pread and how it has built a wider audience in its posth. I wish the magazine was still in print today Sex workers all around the world were able to open up about their experiences instead of having to stay in the shadows While a magazine might not be the best way for this to happen any sex workers need an opportunity to get out opinions and stories once again to change the world view of sex work

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pread by Rachel AimUmous years What started as a community tool and trade magazine for the sex industry uickly emerged as the essential guide for people curious about sex work for independent magazine enthusiasts and for labor and civil rights activist. This is a great collection that's really accessible and engaging The articles are incredibly diverse in tone and subject ranging from a hilarious anecdotes like a story about being paid to eat sushi to devastating essays and confessions about violence and hatred toward sex workers pread will really challenge you as a reader and open you up to new perspectives and issues Read it