I exist for men’s own sexual self-exploration, a freak without my own right to privacy or freedom from public shame, a resource for their own self-discovery -- that like all things in an on-demand world, they feel entitled to access at any time.
Issue 43 on November 15th, 2016
Lack of ethical processes around data collection and management, and ongoing Western control over data, continue the legacy of colonialism within aid work.
Issue 40 on August 15th, 2016
Verification fragments an open platform based on social hierarchy and provides rewards and treatment accordingly.
Issue 32 on February 2nd, 2016
Online and off, the community continues to struggle with implementing tools that protect its newest members.
2015 Year in Review on December 16th, 2015
Protecting yourself online takes time, money and privilege.
Issue 17 on February 26th, 2015
What happens to all the data trails we leave in our digital wake? What kinds of precautions should we take with our health data? How do we bake a ‘Do No Harm’ Hippocratic ethic into health technologies? And what are the trade-offs between improving care and increasing surveillance?
Surveillance on October 6th, 2014
Sex workers live at some of the most complicated intersections of surveillance and its many threats.