If you’re looking for a thorough introduction the the issues around sex work, The Peepshow Podcast is an excellent place to start. Here’s a bit of breaking news, too_ Jessie has also just released a new podcast with. It’s well worth a look! Let’s jump in a time machine and head way back to 2014, a time when the sex work landscape in Australia looked a little different, but activists were no less vocal in support of our rights was originally a weekly radio show on queer Melbourne station, hosted by and other members of Vixen Collective, Victoria’s peer-only sex worker organisation. Although it’s no longer running, you can access all 20 episodes through the usual podcast channels, and enjoy a ton of sex-worker-activism goodness. The podcast explores the world from a queer sex worker perspective. Topics are wide-ranging and include sex work and religion, boy image, and human rights. Getting your facts straight isn’t just interesting, it’s also essential…as they say on the show, ‘Everyone has an opinion about sex work - this is your opportunity to make yours an informed one’. A sex work podcast hosted by a customer Does that even work A few years ago I might have said ‘nah’ … but stand-up comedian and escort client does a great job on his show. He’s been running the podcast since 2019, inviting USA-based professionals to join him and chat about the industry. Far from making himself the center of the show, he prioritises sex worker voices on Escort Directory and gives his guests room to share their stories. It’s more of a chat show than a dissertation, providing a nice change of pace - relaxed, intimate and friendly. Tank puts out a new episode every Tuesday, so there are more than 100 recordings for you to explore. Yes, a Stripper Podcast Of course, the industry isn’t just about full service! Stripping is sex work too, and the lovely folks over at are keen to usher you into their world. Hosted by, the show tells personal stories with wit and humour.