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by Dr. Susan Block
This scintillating show, featuring FemDoms, porn stars, a clown, a comic and the “golden rule,” kicks off Women’s History Month, falls on Sex Workers Rights Day and celebrates Purim, the Jewish Feast of Queen Esther.
These rather different holidays actually have a lot in common. Though men make up more than you might think of the sex worker population, the majority of sex workers are women. As for the Jewish Mardi Gras festival of Purim, it honors Queen Esther, who is both a woman—the only central female character in a Jewish holiday story—and a sex worker.