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The SAFE TECH Act Will Make the Internet Less Safe for Sex Workers

Lawmakers should listen to the communities most affected before rushing to change Section 230 again

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This op-ed was written by Cathy Reisenwitz, vice president of communications at the San Francisco Sex-Positive Democratic Club. She writes regularly at Sex and the State, a newsletter




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Cathy Reisenwitz

Cathy Reisenwitz

Sex-positive feminist. Market anarchist. You know how innovation creates wealth? I love that shit. Her/she/they/bitch

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