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Sex and the Internet: Who Knew?

Gram Ponante
Joanna Angel once said to me, I think dismissively, "You guys with your porn blogs" (to which I replied, "you and your Rutgers degree").

Renaissance Woman/porn blogger Audacia Ray has joined Lurk Ford, Carly Milne, and The Original Violet Blue in the traditional publishing world, soliciting opinions from sex workers for her upcoming "Naked on the Internet: Hook Ups, Downloads and Cashing In on Internet Sexploration" to be published in 2007 by Seal Press.

"One of the chapters is dedicated to analysis of the ways that female sex workers use the internet both for advertising and for building community andactivism with other sex workers," she writes.

My own book of musings, "Gram Ponante's A Nutfeast to Remember", will be published as soon as I complete my final two tasks in my Artist's Way workbook: being a stunt-cock for Kami Andrews and getting a tattoo with lettering that I think might be Chinese and that I think might say "By Any Means Necessary".

To contact Audacia Ray about your Internet-related sex worker story, click here.

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