Today marks the debut of a new Beltcast called Exit Interviews, a series where I have the privilege of interviewing students and other academic types who have recently finished a major piece of writing. To listen to any of our beltcasts, select an episode from the audio player on the right hand side of our page or click the player at the end of this post.

This episode I interview Tammany Hall, a student in California. I talk with her about her paper, Beyond Binaries: Incorporating Sex Workers (Theoretically and Practically) into Feminism. We talk about what drew her to the topic of sex work and feminism, where sex workers fit (or do not fit) in feminist/queer thought, and the reason why gender performativity may be an answer to some of the problems sex workers face.

Find her paper here. Feel free to dialogue in the comments section!

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