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San Diego parents, district officials share mixed reactions to new vax mandate. Rancho Bernardo property owners rescind offer to house sexually violent predator. For others, it can be a liberating exercise in self-expression. But for a ificant segment of society, sex work is seen as something to hide and be ashamed of, which is what happened to a New York City paramedic last month, sparking discussions that examined patriarchy, capitalism and misogyny.
Lauren Kwei is a paramedic in New York City who began supplementing her income a few months before the pandemic with an on OnlyFans, a content subscription service popularized by sex workers. Kwei was selling sexual photos and videos to her subscribers, like many content creators on the platform. Amber J. Keyser is an author and advocate for young adults, and holds a doctorate from the University of Georgia in population genetics and evolutionary biology. She took some time to share her perspective on the stigma that remains around sex work.
This interview has been edited for length and clarity. Q: The tone of the New York Post story about Kwei seemed to find the existence of her OnlyFans content to be unprofessional and inappropriate, and she was worried about losing her full-time job.
What was your initial response to seeing that a media outlet had pursued and published this story, especially as it relates to your own work on sex education and gender? You know what I think is unprofessional and inappropriate? Paying first responders an insulting and unlivable wage. Kwei posted nudes. Power is always at play when we are considering sex and sex work. Can you briefly help us understand a bit of what that could potentially be rooted in?
A: In all Western, colonial cultures, the bodies of girls and women have always been commodities. I wrote a book on the history of marriage and the entire institution arose around the need to protect property and facilitate inheritance so that land, money and power stayed within male lineages. Girls and women were property, like land or livestock, owned first by their fathers and transferred legally to husbands through marriage.
In this system, what value did women without money, title or status have? Their bodies were their worth, whether that meant menial work or sex work. Enjoying lots of sex is good for men, but off-limits for women. Men are sexual pursuers, and women are the pursued. Fundamental discomfort with sex and sexuality has been baked into American culture since the Puritans. At the same time, the capitalist, colonialist mindset that predominates, uses sex to sell everything from vodka to handbags. Q: Maybe a week after that initial story about Kwei, rapper T.
That is absolutely necessary for any father. Or, to the ways that sex work is stigmatized? A: There is a lot to unpack here. In this mindset, a woman who is separate from her sexuality, or who expresses her sexuality in ways that fathers find acceptable, are good. Many aspects of modern purity culture call back to the historical ownership of girls and women by their fathers and husbands. White supremacy and rape culture go hand-in-hand in America.
In my work with parents, I know how uncomfortable many parents, who value their own sex lives, are with any suggestion that their young people may have a sex life of their own. I love that T. And what you would like to see happen to help dismantle and eliminate that stigma? A: I think attitudes to sex work are related to the predominance of rape culture in America.
To a person, Americans say they abhor rape, and yet one in five women and one in 71 men will be raped in their lifetime. Sexual assault is incredibly common. I define rape culture as all the ways, both large and small, that our society excuses and normalizes male sexual aggression and violence. No one is really talking about her paying customers. We are back to talking about power again. Add in a dose of misogyny, like when T. AOC nailed it when she said sex work is work. It might even save your life. A perfect storm of crises and instability leading Haitian migrants to seek U.
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