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Madeline Marlow

Pronouns: she/her

Madeline Marlowe has been a sex worker for over 15 years. She’s worked as a cam model, phone sex operator, porn star, contracted porn director, professional dominatrix and full-service sex worker. She has been nominated and won multiple awards for her XXX performances and pornographic directing including AVN, XBIZ and Transgender Erotica awards. Her production studio and company Hotel Divine Studios is a sex worker safe space/pro-dungeon and her films concentrate on cinematic, narrative-based, hardcore BDSM stories with a focus on queer bodies and sex. She is an alumna of San Francisco Film School. During her studies, she created a documentary film called Masks in which she tirelessly chronicled her work/life balance with a focus on the demands and needs to seamlessly flow from her larger than life work persona and quiet times in everyday life. Her thesis film, Pinkboy, was a narrative based, dark comedy short film about a nine-year-old gender non-conforming child and the requirements placed on children’s identities by the adults surrounding them based solely on the grown-up’s neurosis. Madeline became heavily involved with activism in 2013. In California she led activist efforts with her colleagues to lobby against and ultimate win in their favor the “condom bill” AB1576 for the porn industry. She’s a member of the Adult Performers Advocacy Committee and a founding member of the Las Vegas Sex Worker Collective.

Confronting the Whore-archy: Creating Ties Across Diverse Groups of Sex Workers

August 17 @ 10:45 am - 12:15 pm

Presenters: Nikki F., Caity Gwin, Madeline Marlow

In a political environment that makes sex work increasingly dangerous, the members of the Las Vegas Sex Worker Collective discuss the importance of building community across the many sectors of sex work. This combats a primary industry challenge: isolation, which leads to mental health issues, poor business strategy, vulnerability to exploitation, and a general lack of resources and safety. After defining sex work, we will discuss the difference between an oppression paradigm, which sees all sex workers as exploited, and…

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