Episode 28: How to Report on Sex Work with Noor Tagouri
The commercial sex work economy is ancient, vast, and constantly misrepresented by police and pop culture alike. With the help of Noor Tagouri, a Muslim-American journalist and host of the new podcast Sold in America, Cristen and Caroline explore the sex-trade spectrum, what really makes it risky, and why legalization isn't a silver bullet for safety.
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