Sometimes, it’s exactly what it looks like.
Nura has travelled across the continent to live with her new husband and his two wives. I see why.
When people argue that sex work is not work, they say things like sex work is ‘self-debasement for profit’, or that sex work is ‘the reduction of self to be used as an object by others’, and my response is, isn’t that the definition of every single employment position?
We’re no longer slaves, but we sure ain’t free.
In this blog post, I’m talking about the (mis)conceptions we have with regards to dating in Nairobi, and a separate idea of ‘sex demons’.