“One consequence of this isolation is the division that DWYL creates among workers, largely along class lines. Work becomes divided into two opposing classes: that which is lovable (creative, intellectual, socially prestigious) and that which is not (repetitive, unintellectual, undistinguished). Those in the lovable-work camp are vastly more privileged in terms of wealth, social status, education, society’s racial biases, and political clout, while comprising a small minority of the workforce.”
Being paid for good loving feel like, well prostitution- Yes I love my love "work"! I also enjoy what I labor at, which is why I value and expect the best compensation! Too many creatives feel guilty expecting compensation… It’s a simple midset change that makes a huge difference!