sex work 'Johns' in San Francisco sit down for a class on the sex trade By Holly J. McDede • Jun 20, 2019 George Nikitin / AP Images Listen Listening... / 9:01 The First Offender Prostitution Program is like traffic school, except the goal is to educate people who have been arrested for soliciting prostitutes. Why sex workers are protesting a bill claiming to crack down on traffickers By Rose Aguilar & Laura Wenus • Jun 14, 2018 Photo by Fibonacci Blue used under CC BY 2.0 Listen Listening... / 52:01 The broadcast of the first hour of Your Call for Thursday 6/14/18 On this edition of Your Call, we discuss why sex workers oppose a federal law that promised to crack down on human trafficking. Sex in the city: The “gentrification” of sex work By Liza Veale • Jul 1, 2015 Twitter user @photgroffee Listen Listening... / 9:10 The light is low and dark orange on Oakland’s International Blvd. Groups of people cluster around food stands or bus stops. Some are playing dice. Sex in the city: Is the economic boom a boon to sex workers? By Liza Veale • Jul 1, 2015 Listen Listening... / 7:07 At first glance, websites like Seeking Arrangement.com and SugarDaddy.com might look a lot like ordinary online dating sites. They promise to match “successful, beautiful people” with each other. But in one big way, they’re very different.