Cassils You Can Call Me Sir Honors the Lineage of Female Sex Work

Paper Magazine Jul 23, 2019

Common lore of the American South follows that it is a place where magic and the supernatural lives and breathes. Practitioners of magic in all forms might credit this phenomenon to the land's historic trauma — once marked by slave plantations and mass degradation of bodies, now teeming with swamps, murky enough to hold that history or make it invisible. It all depends on who is looking.

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