The latest issue of In These Times is a special, extra-length issue devoted entirely to the subject of socialism in America today. This special issue is available now. Order your copy today.
We’re excited to share Part I of a special mini-series guest-hosted by friend of the show, Jessie Sage! Jessie is a writer, podcaster, phone sex operator, clip artist, and co-owner of Peepshow Media (which everyone should check out). In this rich and expansive two-part series, Jessie interviews sex worker, activist, writer, undocumented migrant, and DACA recipient from Honduras, Maya Morena, about the politics of the sex industry, the history of vice, and much more.
Additional links/info below…
- Maya’s Twitter page and OnlyFans page
- Jessie’s website and Twitter page
- Peepshow Media website, Twitter page, and Facebook page
- Samanta Helou Hernandez, Mel Magazine, “Maya Morena and the Secret Lives of Undocumented Sex Workers”
- Jessie Sage, Peepshow Media, “When Sex Workers Break the Fourth Wall”
Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org)
- Jules Taylor, “Working People Theme Song”
- Valery & the Greedies, “Bloody Vomit”
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Maximillian Alvarez is editor-in-chief at the Real News Network and host of the podcast Working People, available at InTheseTimes.com. He is also the author of The Work of Living: Working People Talk About Their Lives and the Year the World Broke.