The Sex Workers’ Pop-Up
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The Sex Workers’ Pop-Up is an exhibition in New York City that features artwork and performances about sex work from around the world. Sex work is often misunderstood, misrepresented, stigmatized, and still criminalized in most countries. Labeling sex workers as villains or victims won’t improve lives or society, but labor protections and human rights will. That’s why sex workers are organizing to represent and defend their interests. This pop-up exhibit asks visitors to listen to the voices of sex workers, and reflect on how society defines work.Venue: The Atrium
9 W. 8th St.
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