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Jason Domino
Activist/Performer/Speaker Founder: 1st VIDEO evidence stops HIV transmission from partner with a high VL. My NSFW media at:
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Kate 17h
There are a few completely unfounded claims that consistently arise around how would impact the size of the industry being repeated by & others operating in bad faith, and demonstrating an embarrassing disinterest in data. (1/ )
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Jason Domino 6h
Brilliant thread worth reading, full of references to relevant data:
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Kate 16h
Replying to @KateDAdamo
To review: 1. Decrim doesn't change the size, it changes dynamics. 2. Visibility isn't a change in the size, it's also good. 3. 20% of ppl who in theory would do a thing won't all do a thing. 4. It's not easy to turn a place into a tourist spot. Ask Santa Claus, AZ. (15/15)
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Kate 17h
Replying to @KateDAdamo
NZ had studies before/after & notes the challenges w methodology. Only 1 area replicated their study exactly & after 8 yrs of decrim found an increase of 11 ppl. 17 more indoors, 6 less on the street. They also noted more visibility - which is good. (3/ )
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Jason Domino 6h
Spoilers alert but a fantastic thread exploring real conditions & disorders of mental health & personality shown by the character of the Joker in the film Joker 2019.
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Jason Domino 6h
The was no 18+ images or videos, and there was nothing asking “do you want to see sensitive content?”. The concept of my job satisfaction after it helping someone let go of stress is not a 18+ topic. Even though my job is sex work.
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Jason Domino 7h
Bingo. The shadow ban is still there. This text had not pornographic or illegal content, it didn’t pop up with a “sensitive media, are you 18?” Or anything. It just erased exposure of a comment of me sharing how I felt about my job, after it helped someone.
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Jason Domino 7h
The anti sex worker safety lobby knows well that it can’t be branded as an anti sex worker safety lobby, instead it cloaks itself in rhetoric of opposing female objectification. And they’re rich. Money made from selling out to anti-LGBT anti-abortion foreign religious donation 🔃
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Dominating My Reality 7h
One of my favorite moments during the hearing. Commissioner Green asking where were all the Antis when a cop was caught Trafficking. “LET’S BE REAL!” Exactly.
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Jason Domino 7h
Replying to @K_IngalaSmith
The anti sex worker safety lobby knows well that it can’t be branded as an anti sex worker safety lobby, instead it cloaks itself in rhetoric of opposing female objectification. And they’re rich. Money made from selling out to anti-LGBT anti-abortion foreign religious donation 🤷‍♂️
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Maggie McNeill Oct 20
Yeah, we're "rich". That's why I've never owed a new car, don't have health insurance, only got out of debt for the first time in my life earlier this year, and my favorite places to shop are Big Lots and Goodwill.
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Jason Domino 7h
Replying to @IAmMattVC
But I recognise there is more I need to learn about this. I recognise I may be simplifying it, to devalue some of the anti-SexWorker individuals that harmfully USE their label of FORMER sex worker. But they are few. E.g. I respect a lot. I’d love his help to learn 4/4
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Jason Domino 7h
Replying to @TheJasonDomino
The Sex Workers that highlight drawing lines behind it (lines the mainstream rarely respects unless its fed with anti SexWork rhetoric) it makes me worry this may mainly include individuals hurt by bits of SW, or the lack, as “that chapter is closed” doesn’t stop day job prej 3/4
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Jason Domino 7h
Replying to @TheJasonDomino
Don’t get me wrong. What I mean our dignity. Mainstream sees unapologetic sex workers as having little but a human’s dignity is 100% unconditional. Once a sex worker always a one is not saying they WILL do it again but they’re still family overcoming SW stigma in next day job 2/4
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Jason Domino 7h
Now in my mind, once you are a sex worker, regardless how long ago your latest client: A) you are a still an honorary sex worker cos stigma labels you so or B) you actively want to let people know you are not going to do it again: as “former sex worker” trying to distance 1/4
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Jason Domino 8h
Do you already follow the explicit account though, having found it via one of the links posted by this account (with good standing)? Cos it should be easier to read tweets by that account then that. Not everyone has a mainstream account. Some that do have it surpressed too.
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Jason Domino 9h
What SHADOW-BANNING is: Picture 1) Seen from explicit account NSFW, Picture 2) Seen from mainstream account SFW, Cos that account is adult? or cos subject matter in the text? *This is my lawful job* Stop this prejudiced pettiness social media!
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Jason Domino 16h
Last Sex Wurk client I had was so much fun. Even after we were exhausted, we chatted & had some food & I could see some stresses in his life just melt away. It was like he’d had a full holiday. That is job satisfaction.
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Jason Domino 16h
Replying to @TheJasonDomino
If you are a performer or studio check: individual JustForFans OnlyFans FanBates manyvids clips4sale (et al) wellcome. You are producers & studios now, & professional conduct & accountability comes with that
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Jason Domino 17h
Replying to @p_uttzey
I think I was involved in that argument too, there is one particular small union in USA which expresses unbridled be more have been joining in a stand again HIV stigma in the industry
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