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Paying For It - An Insiders’ Guide to the NZ Sex Industry

Paying For It - An Insiders’ Guide to the NZ Sex Industry
Wednesday 15th Feb,The Fringe Bar 26 Allen Street 8:30 pm

Tickets $20 from fringe.co.nz

Proceeds go to New Zealand Prostitutes Collective

“Paying For It" takes you on a voyeuristic tour through the fascinating and enthralling world of sex work; from Stripping to Sugaring, Brothels to BDSM, and everything in-between. True stories from industry professionals will show you what it's really like behind closed doors. With stories gathered from every facet of the sex industry Paying For It aims to inform, educate, and entertain you.

Co producers *Blair and *Satine have a number of years experience working in the sex industry and have collated stories from current and ex workers in various fields from around New Zealand.
“ We know that what we do for a living is seen as taboo by the general public at large, and we are keen to lift the lid on the industry and dispel some of the popular myths surrounding our profession” says Blair “Even though sex work in NZ is legal, there is still a deeply ingrained stigma attached to being actively involved with the industry”
Satine continues “ We are bringing a no-holds-barred, candid look at what life is really like for those of us who live and work in the sex industry. The highs, the lows and the wonderfully weird parts of what it is like to work in the oldest profession. This is our reality; our stories and our experiences. We can’t wait to share them with you ”

WHAT: Paying For It - An Insiders’ Guide to the NZ Sex Industry

WHEN: 8:30pm Wednesday 15th Feb 2017

WHERE: The Fringe Bar 26 Allen Street, Wellington

TICKETS: $ 20 GA or $15 Fringe Addict

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/events/895151613962241/
Instagram - @PayingForItFringe2017


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