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And those who continue operating face a smaller and more dangerous clientele, but often have no other options but to continue working. Jessica from the Condor noted that as the public became more aware of the coronavirus risks and started staying home, the clientele turned seedier.
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Like all dancers at legal strip clubs in California, Jessica from the Condor is considered an area and not an independent contractor, a legal change mandated in Some dancers she knows immediately moved back in with their parents. Doogan has a small amount of savings to prostitute the storm, but is still seeing her regular clients — a defiance of the shelter-in-place order that she justifies as a means of survival. Got barking market FOMO?
According to Jessica, the closing of strip clubs has led to many dancers to turn to prostitution. Maxine Doogan, who has done full-service sex work and served as a dominatrix in San Francisco for 30 years, takes issue with that exclusion. Like other members of the service and gig economies, sex workers have been hit hard by the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Live online webcam modeling seems like a natural pivot for sex workers who are no longer able to see clients. Strip clubs across San Francisco have closed.
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Another sex worker named Angel who requested to be identified by her first name has been doing full body massages and escorting for 15 years. Jessica has explored online cam modeling, but found it just as physically taxing as dancing, for ificantly less money.
Espinoza-Perez had been working on a campaign with a group of 10 other sex workers at the city level to decriminalize sex work, but in the wake of COVID, the project has shifted to advocating for emergency funding. Like other industries affected by the coronavirus, sex professionals could use a bailout.