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Recent years have seen a panic over online red lightdistricts which supposedly seduce vulnerable youngwomen into a life of degradation and New YorkTimes columnist Nicholas Kristofs live tweeting of aCambodian brothel raid But rarely do these fearfulsalacious dispatches come from sex workers themselvesand rarely do they deviate from the positionthat sex workers must be rescued from their conditionand the industry simply abolished a positioncommon among feminists and conservatives alike InPlaying the Whore journalist Melissa Gira Grantturns these pieties on their head arguing for anoverhaul in the way we think about sex work Basedon ten years of writing and reporting on the sextrade and grounded in her experience as an organizeradvocate and former sex worker Playing theWhore dismantles pervasive myths about sex workcriticizes both conditions within the sex industryand its criminalization and argues that separatingsex work from the legitimate economy only harmsthose who perform sexual laborInPlaying the Whore sex workers demands too longrelegated to the margins take center stage sex work iswork and sex workers rights are human rightsRecent years have seen a panic over online red lightdistricts which supposedly seduce vulnerable youngwomen into a life of degradation and New YorkTimes columnist Nicholas Kristofs live tweeting of aCambodian brothel raid But rarely do these fearfulsalacious dispatches come from sex workers themselvesand rarely do they deviate from the positionthat sex workers must be rescued from their conditionand the industry simply abolished a positioncommon among feminists and conservatives alike InPlaying the Whore journalist Melissa Gira Grantturns these pieties on their head arguing for anoverhaul in the way we think about sex work Basedon ten years of writing and reporting on the sextrade and grounded in her experience as an organizeradvocate and former sex worker Playing theWhore dismantles pervasive myths about sex workcriticizes both conditions within the sex industryand its criminalization and argues that separatingsex work from the legitimate economy only harmsthose who perform sexual laborInPlaying the Whore sex workers demands too longrelegated to the margins take center stage sex work iswork and sex workers rights are human rightsRecent years have seen a panic over online red lightdistricts which supposedly seduce vulnerable youngwomen into a life of degradation and New YorkTimes columnist Nicholas Kristofs live tweeting of aCambodian brothel raid But rarely do these fearfulsalacious dispatches come from sex workers themselvesand rarely do they deviate from the positionthat sex workers must be rescued from their conditionand the industry simply abolished a positioncommon among feminists and conservatives alike InPlaying the Whore journalist Melissa Gira Grantturns these pieties on their head arguing for anoverhaul in the way we think about sex work Basedon ten years of writing and reporting on the sextrade and grounded in her experience as an organizeradvocate and former sex worker Playing theWhore dismantles pervasive myths about sex workcriticizes both conditions within the sex industryand its criminalization and argues that separatingsex work from the legitimate economy only harmsthose who perform sexual laborInPlaying the Whore sex workers demands too longrelegated to the margins take center stage sex work iswork and sex workers rights are human rights