November 12, 2020
Pay to Play: Sex Work and Disability Then + Now
Vancouver Campus | 6:00pm–7:30pm
ASL and Closed Caption provided: Sex work is work that has globally been around since the beginning of time. What we don't hear about is the intersection of disability in the profession. This workshop will discuss various historical and current issues surrounding sex work and disability, including ableism and access. Wilson-Beattie is a reknowned disability and sexual health educator spreading the message that people with disabilities want to have sex—and that they’re into the same things as anyone else, from missionary to full-on BDSM. This event is presented as part of our 3rd annual UBC ARTIVISIM Festival and this year's theme is Sex + The Unheard. This event would not have been possible without the support of UBC Wellbeing, UBC Equity and Inclusion and the UBC Centre for Accessibility.
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