any commercial enterprise offering or producing adult entertainment; also, a euphemism for prostitution or pornography
Davis isn't the first woman in the sex industry to run for political office, nor is she the first convicted felon.
Like Mandy, she passed through the sex industry briefly and never became a career escort.
When it comes to working in a sex industry, however, “straight” is a flexible term.
In among the gay bars and risqué bookshops, Hamza started working on the fringes of the sex industry.
And I was amazed at how Yale continually partnered with for-profit corporations in the sex industry.
OJST is an illustrated exploration of “everything that relates to sex, sexuality and the sex industry.”
On behalf of the women and men who make their living in the sex industry, I'm horrified.
If you have worked in the sex industry, it's painful to watch Capri Anderson being publicly insulted.
We fight the sex industry in general, not its component parts.
“There are boards like this in every city,” says Mike South, who writes an eponymous blog about the sex industry.