Episode: Episode 116: Jessica and the Bunny Ranch


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Episode 116: Jessica and the Bunny Ranch

In our last episode we spoke Cecilia Gentili, a trans Latina who worked for many years as an undocumented sex worker. Today, we get two more views of sex work in America. We speak with a high-end escort in New York City, and take a trip to one of the only legal brothels in the country - the Bunny Ranch.

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