San Francisco (US)
Sadie Lune is a multi-media artist, absurdist, sex worker and pleasure activist.
She has performed with such revolutionary sex artists as Carol Queen, Annie Sprinkle, and Nina Hartley and is a co-founder of Paul Reubens Day, a celebration of sexual expression and Pee-wee Herman (www.paulreubensday.com).
Sadie draws the comic series "Saturn Returns Komyx" for $pread magazine (www.spreadmagazine.org), enjoys acting in queer porn, writing, and painting; and is working on an anthology of essays by the personal partners of sex workers. Her short film "Yum" won the People's Choice award in the 2007 Good Vibrations Amateur Erotic Film Competition and her one-minute piece about sex workers' rights, "I WANT YOU" won first place at Tony Labat's I WANT YOU show at the SFMOMA.
Sadie lives in the Mission District of San Francisco with her three snakes and beloved roommate, Irene.