When you’re at a party, after you introduce yourself, what’s the first thing people usually ask you? “What do you do?” When you’re a sex-worker and you perform some kind or erotic service from dancing to sex for money, what do you say? Do you lie and tell them you’re a life coach? Or do you tell them and deal with their slut-shaming judgement or sudden obtuse prurient interest (you’re a sex worker so clearly you want to talk about or have sex all the time? Not.) We’ll talk to the dangerously smart pre-law Sandy Bottoms of the Lusty Lady (the only unionized and worker-operated peep show), and queer sex worker, size activist, and pleasure activist for people with disabilities, Kitty Stryker. We’ll also explore SWOP (Sex Worker Outreach Project), discuss the difference between the male gaze and the female gaze in porn and strip clubs, and how to make space for a more aggressive female sexuality. Look out. With Token Straight Guy comedian Paul Brumbaugh of the Edge of Insanity.