Daily Dread

“These women were known as the ‘dailies’ – unemployed cutters and machinists who went from factory to factory looking for a few hours of casual work. Everyone knew what the women had to do to get picked from the crowd. Many would endure repeated harassment and sexual assault to secure a daily wage of just over £6 a day.” The Guardian: Fashion’s dirty secret: how sexual assault took hold in jeans factories. (And like everything else in the lives of the vulnerable, the pandemic made things worse.)

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