Cherie DeVille Talks Legal Sex Work On New York Times Podcast

Award winning performer and sex worker advocate, Cherie DeVille, was on the latest episode of the New York Times podcast, ‘The Argument’, hosted by Jane Coaston. Cherie debates Jamie Rosseland, an advocate for survivors of sex trafficking.


Titled “What a Sex Worker and an Anti-Trafficker Want You To Know About Porn Bans”, Cherie lays out how porn bans hurt legal sex workers, and it’s important to make the distinction between consent and exploitation. They both discussed the important difference between decriminalization and legalization. Cherie represented the side of legal sex work very well, acting professionally and respectfully.

A full transcript of the discussion in both text form and audio recording is available here.

“I want to thank The New York Times ‘The Argument’ and host Jane Coaston for allowing me to bring my thoughts on porn bans to the mainstream public”, commented Cherie. “I also want to thank Jamie Rosseland for giving her views on this very important topic. In the end, I think we all agree trafficking is a horrible crime, and we all need to fight against it, while making sure we are still providing a safe environment for consensual sex workers.”

Cherie is currently an exclusive contract star for Brazzers and is represented by OC Modeling.

To stay up to date with everything going on with Cherie DeVille, you can follow her on Twitter and Instagram and OnlyFans at and her second free OnlyFans account here.

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