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Additional videos exploring queer, sex worker, body image and other issues.

Specifically recommended video for classes:
STREET SEX by Carol Jacobsen-$35.00

This video which is excellent for classroom presentation was the centerpiece of the censored prostitution video series'PORN 'IM 'AGE 'RY:Picturing Prostitutes, presented by Carol Jacobsen at the University of Michigan Law School-although there is no sexual imagery whatsoever. The video is very informal, though a profound and empowering collection of interviews with street workers in Detroit. "Street Sex" makes clear the need for reform and advocacy. This is one of our personal favorites. (54 minutes-1993)

MY BODY'S MY BUSINESS Not for purchase here. Email
by Vivian Kleiman
Prostitutes teach safe sex within their community. Street workers discuss safe sex practices. This fast paced video is constructed as a safe sex promotional tool for prostitutes, encouraging safe sex as a safety issue. Highly charged, interesting portraits of prostitutes. Focuses on safe sex with clients rather than in personal relationships (which is the statistical locus of infection for the prostitute) but the video is very moving and compelling. The Center for Disease Control has found prostitute to client transmission of HIV statistically negligible. (16 minutes-1993)

This video includes excerpts from a hearing at which over 40 San Francisco prostitutes, strippers and activists speak, addressing personal and political aspects of violence against prostitutes. The short testimonies are profoundly honest and moving. They represent an undigested account of the realities and issues in prostitutes' lives around violence as well as the stigma of victimization. The subtexts of the presentations are informed by analyses: prostitutes' rights and anti-prostitution discourse. The video contains the most honest and useful accounts produced on the subject of violence against prostitutes emphasizing incest and other child abuse, police abuse and misconduct, stigmatization and prostitutes' rights. (1 hr 45 minutes -1997)

This video includes material about organizing activities of the Exotic Dancer's Alliance in San Francisco, including raw footage from two demonstrations against the Mitchell Brothers as well as a 25 minute compilation of Vintage Stripper footage screened at the Stripper Sinema Show at the Roxie Cinema. (1hr, 30 minutes 1994-1999)

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More about the curator:
Documenting the Bay Area's multicultural and sexually diverse political and artistic communities, THE COLLECTED WORK OF SCARLOT HARLOT explores the Bay Area's historic cultural and artistic underground from an irreverent and intimate point of view. In a time when mainstream media has become a mouthpiece for corporate interests in America, Scarlot Harlot provides a fresh, irreverent perspective. Challenging conventions of sexuality, aesthetics, technology and the prevailing social system, Leigh has been a pioneer in the development of television as a tool for activism and social change. Three time American Film Institute award winner, Leigh is a recipient of grants from the Film Arts Foundation, San Francisco, the Lyn Blumenthal Memorial Fund (Chicago) and Art Matters (New York) in addition to numerous screenings and awards in the U.S. and around the world.

She has appeared on THE DONAHUE SHOW, NIGHTLINE, GERALDO, ACCESS AMERICA, and on THE LATE SHOW with Arsenio Hall (and on numerous even sleazier shows). Ten chapters of her writing appears in SEX WORK, published by Cleis Press. Originally from New York, Leigh currently resides in The Bay Area. As a performance artist, Scarlot Harlot appears at San Francisco clubs and theaters.