This paper emphasizes the voices of the women themselves, drawing from the first academic research employing creative writing workshops as a methodology with migrant women sex workers in Johannesburg, South Africa.
This work responds to calls for more innovative methodologies to reach marginalized or “invisible” groups and adds to the “voices” of urban poor migrants to provide more information about the lived experiences of migrant sex workers in Johannesburg.
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“I know about this clinic because I have seen the ladies come to the brothel,” she said.However, acne can persist into the late 20’s or 30’s or even beyond. Acne affects young men and young women about equally, but there are differences.Young men are more likely to have more severe, longer lasting acne.Narratives from five Zimbabwean sex workers in Johannesburg reveal representations of sex work that are paradoxically both “good” and “bad”—ambiguous in a way the polarized discussions around sex work rarely reflect and in a way that might be best expressed through creative writing.In a country increasingly concerned with issues of (anti-)immigration and (anti-)trafficking, these women are often positioned as vulnerable and misidentified as trafficked; however, their self-representations portrayed complex women calculating and making decisions, especially related to their health and safely.