“I Can't Really Work Any ‘Normal’ Job:” Disability, Sexual Ableism, and Sex Work, forthcoming, Disability Studies Quarterly, Vol. 42.
FOSTA: A Transnational Disaster Especially for Marginalized Sex Workers, forthcoming, International Journal of Gender, Sexuality, and Law.
“Nothing About Us Without Us': An Interview on the Sex Worker Syllabus.” With, Heather Berg, PJ Patella-Rey, and Corrine Schwarz, Ethics & Social Welfare, 16 (2), forthcoming
“People Need to Know We Exist!”: An Exploratory Study on the Labour Experiences of Transmasculine and Non-binary Sex Workers and Implications for Harm Reduction. Culture, Health, and Sexuality, forthcoming, online first, https://doi.org/10.1080/13691058.2021.2018500
It’s Hard Out Here For a Unicorn:” Transmasculine and Non-binary Escorts, Cissexism, Embodiment, and Workplace Inequalities, forthcoming, Gender & Society, 36(4).
Cumming to a Screen Near You: Transmasculine and Non-binary People in the Camming Industry, Porn Studies, forthcoming,10.1080/23268743.2020.1757498
Where The Trans Men and Enbies At?: Cissexism, Sexual Threat, and the Study of Sex Work, Sociology Compass, forthcoming, doi.org/10.11
The Pleasures of Fetishization: BBW Erotic Webcam Performers, Empowerment, and Pleasure, Fat Studies. An Interdisciplinary Journal of Body Weight and Society, Vol. 8(3): 279-298.
Sex is Not a Problem: The Erasure of Pleasure in Sexual Science Research. Sexualities, Vol. 22(4) 643–668.
“I Get Paid to Have Orgasms”: Adult Webcam Models Negotiation of Pleasure and Danger, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 2016, 42, 1: 227–256
Lessons from the Niagara Movement: Prosopography and Discursive Protest, Sociological Focus, 2016, 49: 63–83.
For Black Models Scroll Down: Web-Cam Modeling and the Racialization of Erotic Labor, Sexuality and Culture, 2015, 19 (4): 776-799.
Sex Work in a Digital Era, Sociology Compass, 2015, 9 (7): 558-570.
The Niagara Movement 1905-1910: A Revisionist Approach to the Social History of the Civil Rights Movement. The Journal of Historical Sociology, 2010, Vol. 23, issue 3.
Queer Heterotopias: Homonormativity and the Future of Queerness.
Interalia: a Journal of Queer Studies, Vol. 4, 200
Sex Positivity: A Black Feminist Gift. In Nancy L. Fischer and Laurel Westbrook, Introducing the New Sexuality Studies: Original Essays. 4th Edition. New York: Routledge.
Webcamming: The Expansion of Sex Work Online. In Ron Weitzer, Sex For Sale, 3rd Edition. New York: Routledge.
KINK WORK ONLINE: The Diffuse Lives of Erotic Webcam Performers and Their Clients. Expanding the Rainbow: Exploring the Relationships of Bi+, Trans, Ace, Poly, Kink, and Intersex People, edited by Brandy L. Simula, J. Sumerau, and Andrea Miller. Sense Publishers, forthcoming
Pornographics as Queer Method. In Other: Please Specify: Queer Methods in
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Other Articles and Blog Posts
When Emotions Matter More Than Science: The Case of US Policies on Sexual Commerce, Contexts (digital, blog), September 30, 2021, https://contexts.org/blog/us-policies-on-sexual-commerce/
While the Credit Card Companies Investigate People’s Lives Hang in the Balance, PeepShow Magazine, May 29, 2021, https://peepshowmagazine.com/2021/05/29/credit-companies-investigate-while-sex-workers-livelihoods-still-hang-in-the-balance/
HBO Crime Drama 'Mare of Easttown' Perpetuates a Familiar and Dangerous Trope, PopMatters, May 17, 2021, https://www.popmatters.com/mare-of-easttown-sex-workers
Sex work, part of the online gig economy, is a lifeline for marginalized workers, The Conversation, May 17, 2021, https://theconversation.com/sex-work-part-of-the-online-gig-economy-is-a-lifeline-for-marginalized-workers-160238
Scientific Evidence for Ending the Criminalization of Sex Work. Nevada Independent, March 31st, 2021, with Barb Brents, Kate Korgan, and Ron Weitzer, https://thenevadaindependent.com/article/scientific-evidence-for-ending-the-criminalization-of-sex-work
The anti-porn religious lobby just destroyed the livelihoods of thousands of
Pornographers, Salon,December 31, 2020 https://www.salon.com/2020/12/30/the-anti-porn-religious-lobby-just-destroyed-the-livelihoods-of-thousands-of-pornographers/
2020 Rule 34 In Action: Coronavirus Porn, Satire, and Survival,
2016 W.E.B. Du Bois Faculty Student Research Experience: A Social Justice Initiative at Farmingdale State College, Network: A Journal of Faculty Development