86. "Again, there is an important story that should be told....this ain't it...." In response to In response to 26
It ain't nuanced. It looks like every high school profile of a kid talking about their future careers (She's following her Dreams!"), except this article fails to mention how dangerous the choice she is making. She is entering an industry predominated by mental abuse, drug use, human trafficking and suicide. But the article doesn't mention that.
The story doesn't decrease her liklihood of being bullied or exploited, it increases it.
I get the idea of not shaming sex workers but this article glorifies it in a dangerous way.
>It’s an 18 year old, being written about in a student >paper >They have limited interesting things and limited life >definition ... it’s not condemning her nor extrapolating her >extremely brief life to mean more >Nuance.
********** "Everyone has a plan until you punch them in the face. Then they don't have a plan anymore." (c) Mike Tyson