Nola to Angola — 170 mile bike ride to help end mass incarceration!

I’m riding with Nola to Angola this year.  The organization raises funds to provide bus rides to folks so they can visit their incarcerated loved ones in detention facilities all over Louisiana.  Since this is a personal blog and its been a while I’m gonna say that I am using some personal details about the... Continue Reading →

Sex Workers Art Show!

Support Sex Workers! Support Art! Come to the Sex Workers Art Show! I am performing a new monologue. It is from the new one woman show I have been working on. If you are in New Orleans, please come out to the bywater to watch this show. The St Claude Art Space 3116 St Claude... Continue Reading →

Three Hundred Years of Sex Work

On the 19th and 24th of January the Alcohol and Tobacco Commission (ATC) staged two separate sets of raids that pulled the liquor licenses of most of the strip clubs on Bourbon Street. The news suggested that they were looking for human traffickers, but shockingly none were discovered. Hundreds of people are out of work.... Continue Reading →

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