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Calling for Students who work in the Sex Industry.

Harlots received this request a few days ago. Looking for students who work in the sex industry to tell of their experiences.

The email I received with contact details is as follows:

Hi everyone,

We’re a creative student documentary group based in Surrey, who are currently producing a documentary exploring the lives and experiences of students working in the sex trade – whether that be phone lines, lap dancing, escorting, etc.

We want to investigate the benefits of working in the trade for students, as well as the risks involved for more vulnerable participants. We’d like to look at the good as well as the bad.

If you’re a student with experience in or around the sex trade then we’d love to hear from you. What do you do? How and why did you choose to get into it? Do you like it or want out? Describe your experiences, or incidents that stand out, for whatever reason that may be.

Also, if you’d be happy for us to speak to you further about the subject, then please do let us know!

We understand completely that some students will wish to remain anonymous, and that’s absolutely okay. Making sure everyone participating is comfortable is of the utmost importance to us.

I hope you guys get involved! Send us your testimonies/experiences, or simply email us to have a chat, at: studentsexworktestimonies@gmail.com

Or if you’d prefer, leave us a voicemail on Skype at: studentsexworktestimonies (Once you’ve sent a request, we’ll accept you asap so you can leave your message! Our Skype coordinator is Adam Grasso).

Hope to hear from you, thanks so much!

Neil and Polly from the Documentary Team


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This entry was posted on 18 February, 2013 by in Research and tagged , , .
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