Laurel Rogers

Laurel Rogers is a Brooklyn-based editor and writer at the intersection of architecture, media and digital cultures. She previously acted as editor-in-chief of Vacuum (Columbia GSAPP, 2018) and contributing editor of The Groundbreakers: Women Who Changed Architecture (Princeton Architectural Press, forthcoming). She has written for various print and online magazines including Cabinet, Metropolis, and MATH.

Pornification of Labour

By Laurel Rogers — 10 July, 2020

In order to deal with the stress, boredom, alienation, and loneliness of the Covid-19 pandemic, a significant portion of the global population has turned to porn. According to Pornhub Insights, Pornhub’s website traffic increased as much as 24% after social distancing and shelter-in-place orders were implemented around the world. This was helped along by the…