Episode 14

Sex Work with Sinnamon Love

Shame and stigma around sex work and sex workers has always been prevalent in society. Sex workers are treated as second class citizens, often unable to secure a bank acount or housing simply because of their profession. In today’s episode, I’m chatting with Sinnamon Love, a veteran sex worker, who is a fierce advocate for sex workers’ rights, particularly within the BIPOC, queer, and trans communities. She is also the founder of The BIPOC Adult Industry Collective, a human rights organization whose goal is to provide sex workers of color with financial and community support.

Sex workers are largely to thank for the fact that society is becoming more sex positive. Sex workers affirm that you can be a good person and a sexual being; the two are not mutually exclusive. I’m so excited to share this episode with y’all, and to get the conversation moving forward on how and why it’s important to remove the shame and stigma from sex work, as well as from our inherent existence as sexual beings.


What you’ll find in this episode:

      • How sex work has opened doors for Sinnamon
      • The lack of protection for sex workeres
      • Why sex workers deserve to be treated as entrepreneurs
      • The difficulty that sex workers face with lack of access to financial services
      • Why sex work needs to be decriminilazied and sex workers should be a protected class
      • How sex work and sex workers are healing for society
      • Debunking misinformation around sex in a society that makes it seem shameful
      • The importance of community and trained professionals to having a healthy relationship with sex
      • How COVID affected sex workers and shed more light on inequalities
About sinnamon:

Sinnamon Love is a 26 year veteran sex worker, community organizer, and Black Feminist Pornographer. Love is a fierce advocate for Black Lives Matter, Trans Rights, Sex Workers Rights, & Full Decriminalization of Sex Work & Cannabis. Sinnamon identifies as a kinky, bisexual, polyamorous grown-up, and lifestyle switch. Prior to COVID-19, she worked as a full service sex worker and professional Dominatrix. She is a vibe curator, yogi, Hip Hop & House head, orgasmic meditation practitioner, cannabis enthusiast, recovering serial monogamist, #naturallygrey, and happily #singleinbrooklyn.

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