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Juno Mac is a sex worker and activist with the Sex Worker Advocacy and Resistance Movement (SWARM), a sex worker–led collective with branches in London, Leeds, and Glasgow.
Under capitalism, you don’t have to love your job to want to keep it.
Juno Mac, Molly Smith
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