Apr 24, 2019
We talk with Reese Piper, a professional stripper, writer, and
journalist reporting on sex work, labor rights, and autistic
culture. We talk about Reese’s life, her childhood and schooldays,
her love of books and getting lost in her imagination. We talk
about being different, about going off to college, and we talk
about Reese’s long path to realizing that she was autistic, and
about how she came to terms with that while working as a dancer. We
also talk about the labor politics of strip clubs and what we can
do to show support for our fellow workers in the sex
- Reese's Twitter page
and author page on
- Reese Piper, Narratively, "Secret Life of an
- Reese Piper, The Establishment, "Strip Club Raids
and Closures Are Weapons of Gentrification"
- Antonia Crane, Lenny Letter, "Stripped Bare"
- Antonia Crane, Mel Magazine, "The Most Realistic
Sex-Worker Portrayals in Pop Culture, According to Sex
- Samuel Braslow, LA Magazine, "L.A.'s Exotic
Dancers Are Launching a Labor Movement"
- Susan Elizabeth Shepard, Vox, "It's International
Whores' Day. Let's Talk About Why Strippers Need Better Labor
- We Are Dancers (WAD)
- SWOP -
sourced from the
- Lobo Loco, "Malte Junior - Hall"
- Traveling in Stereo, "What I Know"
- The Impossebulls, "HaveNots Mascot Revolution (SureShot