A new campaign for sex workers’ rights in Argentina pushes for regulation of prostitution (which is legal in the country). The ads show a sexily posed woman painted onto a building corner, but show a wrap-around image of her leading her children, pushing a stroller, etc. on the other side. The writing by the pictures reads:
“86% of sex workers are mothers. We need a law to regulate our work.”
The ads were commissioned by Asociación de Mujeres Meretrices de Argentina, the Argentinian Sex Worker’s Union. They were designed by Ogilvy and Mather, and since I’m working there this summer I’m required to inform y’all that I’m blogging about a client.
She calls them her “boys,” just like how I once did. I’m pretty much replaced. Or maybe they just started a new group. It bothers me & I wish it didn’t. Why can’t I just let them go? What a rhetorical question. I know why.
It’s because I still care. Gahh.