Sudbury sex workers use story boxes to share experiences

Mar 14, 2014
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A new art project in Sudbury is aiming to reduce the public stigma around the sex trade.

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A new project in Sudbury is helping current and former sex workers use art as a means of expression. They are making what they call story boxes. (Jenifer Norwell/CBC)

The Sex Workers Advisory Network of Sudbury — or SWANS for short — is working with community arts group Myths and Mirrors on the “Storybox” project with the hope of changing people’s perception of sex trade workers.

A lot of women involved in sex work have a hard time talking about it with others, said Tracy Gregory, who is with Réseau ACCESS Network and who also has experience in the sex trade.

“The sharing that has happened since we started working on these boxes is really a gift, in terms of women sharing their experiences with service providers, their experiences with their families, their own children.”

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