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Oregon Makes COVID Relief Cash Available to Sex Workers

LOS ANGELES—Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic earlier this year, sex workers have found themselves left out of federal economic relief packages, as the United States government often explicitly prohibited aid funds to go to sex-related businesses. But the state of Oregon is now taking steps to change that, and improve life for at least […]

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Pineapple Support’s Weekly Drop-In Support Group Launches Today

LOS ANGELES—Adult industry mental health resource Pineapple Support tonight will begin its free weekly drop-in support group that is open to all online adult industry professionals. Hosted on a rotating basis by Pineapple Support counselors Nicki Line LMHC and Jasmine Johnson LCSW, the meeting will take place online every Monday beginning at 4 p.m. PT/7 […]

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Michael Avenatti to Face April 2021 Trial in Stormy Daniels Case

LOS ANGELES—Following a Tuesday afternoon federal court hearing, Michael Avenatti, the former lawyer for AVN Hall of Famer Stormy Daniels in her 2018 lawsuit against Donald Trump, is set to face trial starting April 26, 2021.  Avenatti is charged with swindling Daniels out of nearly $300,000. The money was paid to Daniels as her advance on royalties […]

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Alice Little Sues NV Gov. Sisolak Over Brothel Closure

LYON COUNTY, Nev.—Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak has ordered all legal brothels closed for the forseeable future in response the COVID-19 Pandemic. Alice Little, a licensed sex worker operating out of a legal brothel in Lyon County, has instituted legal proceedings against Sisolak over his refusal to reopen the Silver State’s legal bordellos. The complaint can […]

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