International Whores’ Day

Ceyenne Doroshow & Kaytlin Bailey in Conversation

On June 2nd, 1975 over 100 sex workers occupied the Church of Saint-Nizier in Lyon, France. They hung a banner which read “Our children do not want their mothers in jail.” They sparked an international conversation about sex worker rights that continues today.

This episode is hosted by Kaytlin Bailey and Ceyenne Doroshow.

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