I conduct research on the regulation of online sex work in the project "The platformization of the global sex industry: Markets, morals, and mass intimacy". My research develops an understanding of how legislation and regulation affect webcam work, by analyzing the intertwinement of platform capitalism and moral politics in structuring the political economy and working conditions of webcamming.
Previously, I have written a PhD dissertation on the regulation of 'interracialized intimacies' in France in the period of decolonization and its aftermath. I have explored how such intimacies were regulated through different fields of regulation, such as housing, social action, sex work, marriage, and nationality. My research aimed to comprehend whether and how racialized logics, as they intersect with gendered, sexualized and class logics, underpinned the state practices aimed at regulating (post)colonial migrants from the African continent.