A Sex Work Research Symposium: Examining Positionality in Documenting Sex Work and Sex Workers’ Rights (2017)

This 2017 paper presents proceedings from a recent sex work research symposium entitled, Sexual Economies, Politics, and Positionality in Sex Work Research. It engages in self-reflection on how sex work scholarship engages with sex worker communities, produces knowledge surrounding sex work, and represents the lived experiences of sex workers’ rights, organizing, and activism.