Shutdown of Sex Sites Puts Lives at Risk, say Indigenous Women

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Native American pottery designed by Donna Featherstone. Photo by Zyg Zee via Flickr

The so-called FOSTA-SESTA legislation aimed at curbing sex trafficking has increased the vulnerability of women in tribal lands for whom sex work is often the only way of earning a living, a Native American call-in show was told Thursday . . .

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