Inga Thiemann is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Exeter. She is a member of the Moving Labour Collective and the German Society for Research on Sex work and Prostitution. Her research focuses on human trafficking and exploitation, as well as undervalued work, including ‘unskilled’ labour, feminised labour and migrant labour. She is particularly interested in worker-focussed approaches to labour regulation in the sex industry and their transferability to feminised work more broadly. Follow her on twitter @inga_thiemann.
Published in: democraciaAbierta: FeatureNão há uma posição neutra sobre se trabalho sexual é trabalho
A "neutralidade" se baseia nos pressupostos das organizações anti-sexo, que fazem da abstenção uma postura política em si
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and Slavery: FeatureThere is no neutral position on whether sex work is work
'Neutrality’ is based on the assumptions of the anti-sex work camp, which makes abstention a political stance in its...