Donia Love

Project/Organization
Role
CEOCofounder
Description
Peep.Me is building the first sex worker owned an operated platform cooperative by providing a community owned digital marketplace for the effortless purveyance of services on a technology platform which is secure and safe for all, as well as providing the necessary infrastructure to transition governance and ownership to its users because we believe the economic liberation of sex workers is rooted in community ownership & governance of their marketplaces.
💫 Your brief bio
I'm Donia Love, CEO & Co-Founder of Peep.me. We're building the first Sex Worker owned and operated Platform Cooperative for Adult Creators.
Stage
Early Stage
Location
Barcelona, Spain
Timezone
Central European Time GMT+1
😁 Fun fact
Love is my real last name, and I have an identical twin sister.
E2C Vision
We believe the economic liberation of sex workers is rooted in community ownership & governance of their marketplaces. Our vision is 1) that exiting to community will be bar for the rest of the adult industry, and 2) that workers and sex workers should have ownership over their work.
Community description
Sex workers and adult creators - we are still in pre-launch mode. One of our core operating philosophies is profit sharing with our creators and moving to creator governance over time.
Motivation
E2C gave us a words for something we were already planning for. I'd also like to connect with someone about writing a piece for what exit to community could look like for the adult industry.
Status
Featured
Time in operation
Commitment
Complete our operating agreement/exit and bylaws along with legal analysis.
E2C journey so far
Navigating precarious legal and regulatory compliance when it comes to adult projects. Sex Work By Design operating philisohpies to make your communities and projects welcoming to sex workers. Not an expert but we are also a Privacy by Design platform.
E2C journey ahead
Where our adult legal needs and coop legal needs intersect. Access to impact/philanthopic investors that see this as a labor and economiv justice project and would be willing to fund us. Reviewing our structred exit and if it is feesable.