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How OnlyFans betrayed sex workers. – Slate

Why a website famous for sexual content decided to ban sexual content.
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OnlyFans, a website famous for empowering sex workers, decided to ban, and then unban, sexual content. According to Charlotte Shane, sex workers find this story all too familiar.
Guest: Charlotte Shane, co-founder of the TigerBee Press and author of the memoir Prostitute Laundry.
Podcast production by Mary Wilson, Davis Land, Danielle Hewitt, Elena Schwartz, and Carmel Delshad.
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