Cassandra Troyan: Freedom & Prostitution
Elephants, 2020, Softcover, 136 pages, 20 × 13 cm
Freedom & Prostitution proposes the dream of a world without work, without money, without gender, while imagining forms of survival now for those who often have little to no choices, refuse to submit to the demands of tedious underpaid or unwaged labor, an abusive partner, or seek a life beyond work. Sex work is not a better type of labor but a proposal for the abolition of all work. Cassandra Troyan is a writer and researcher whose work explores the intersections of gendered violence, radical histories of resistance, sex work, and capital.