Copyslut – Hooker Homecoming

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The official music video for Copyslut’s queer sex worker anthem Hooker Homecoming was released right before the 51st anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. Copyslut has coined the song a ‘money making protection spell’ to insure good energy is cast on sex workers around the world so that they arrive home safe and sound. When played live, Copyslut asks their fans to hold up their phones and shine a light on the stage in order to supercharge the spell with positive energy.

The official video brings the song to life through a livestream look into their community during a time when many sex workers are either out of work or are now forced to work in riskier environments.

We wanted the Hooker Homecoming music video to serve as a symbol of the strength and resilience for those who work within the sex trades & industries. We hope that it can help us all feel a little less lonely during this time of isolation.

– Reiko Que Fuego (Copyslut’s Art Director and Fashionista).

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