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The Sex Workers In Fandom Analysis Test
The Sex Wokers in Fandom Analysis Test evaluates published media reviews involving
sex work/sex workers and the ways in which these reviews discuss these topics. It
covers three categories: point of view, perception and language.
The main goal of the test is to discourage dehumanizing, offensive language
traditionally used to exclude and silence sex workers from discussions of media which
portrays them.
Criterion 1: Point of View
The review must have been written by a current/former sex worker OR the journalist must have
included an interview with a current/former sex worker. If the media being discussed had
included professional cooking, we would expect journalists to interview a chef or a cook. The
same standard should apply when sex work is featured in media.
Criterion 2: Perception
The journalist must use the names of sex workers given in the media just as they would for any
other character. Although we are talking about fictional characters, referring to sex workers as
just “the strippers” or “porn actor” or “sex worker” reinforces the idea that sex workers are
entirely defined by their jobs. Named characters with other professions would never have their
job titles entirely replace their names.
Examples:
✕ “Later on in the film, Smith meets up with two of the strippers at the club who help him find
his missing car.”
✓ “Later on in the film, Smith meets up with two of the strippers at the club, Amber and Sarah,
who help him find his missing car.”
Criterion 3: Language
The journalist must not compare or call sex worker characters dehumanizing terms such as
animals, whores, bitches, dolls, and other people’s property. Any other character from any other
marginalized groups would be discussed using political correct feminist terminology, such as
sexy lamp, male gaze or background decorations, that are able to portray accuratly the
problematic concepts present in the media the jounalist is trying to analyze but also giving
respect by not demonizing the marginalized communities. We demand the same.
Examples:

✕ “Every female character in the game is less relatable than a dog. I honestly don’t understand
the need to have the amount of sex workers they had. It just reinforces the idea that all women
are whores.”
✓ “A lot of the named female characters in the game, such as Juliet and Sarah, are presented
as sex workers. While there is nothing wrong with that, a lot of the scenes seemed to be
perpetrated by the male gaze.”


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