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Sunday, June 18 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Working Girls Own the Void

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This sex-worker led strategy session focuses on digital media’s changing facade as it impacts our industry and our labor. Sex workers have always relied on rhetorical, aesthetic, and poetic media to connect to one another, to clientele, and to the public. Now, we’ve arrived at a pivotal moment, in which media threatens us with exploitation, yet also holds the potential for our independence. The conversation centers on the concept of the “void” – the space between ourselves and our colleagues, ourselves and our clientele, ourselves and our identities – as a site of worker autonomy.


Lyn Archer

Lyn Archer is a stripper, agrarian and artist, raised in the bay area and living in New Orleans. Her creative research is done with the intention of decriminalizing sex work., Red Light Archive
Lyn Archer is a sex worker and creative freelancer, living and working in New Orleans. In Light Work, her monthly column for Antigravity Magazine, she describes the personal, political, and psychic aspects of her experience as a stripper.

Sunday June 18, 2017 1:00pm - 2:30pm EDT
State Hall: Room 128
  Strategy Session