It was started last Sunday on Instagram by year-old sex worker and history graduate Tilly Lawless.
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In Australia, hundreds of them are telling the world about themselves using social media. She was responding to an blog post re-published last week in the popular online Australian women's magazine, Mamamia.
And then it began: a mass of hundreds of mostly Australian and mostly female sex workers posted images showing their faces to the world, many coming out publicly as sex workers on social media for the very first time.