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!Sex  Workers Oppose Teresa Carr Deni!

1. ‘TCD’ believes rape of sex workers is “theft of service”. 

YET –  2. She does not support decrim; even  though she believes our “services” can be defined to benefit her case view against our community safety. 

In 2007, Judge Deni heard the case of a 20-year-old sex worker who consented to meet a man named Dominique Gindraw via Craigslist and have intercourse with him for $150. Gindraw asked if his friend could participate for an additional $100. The woman consented. However, when the second man arrived, he produced a gun and the woman was forced to have sex with the two men and two others. She received no money. At the preliminary hearing,

Dani dismissed the rape and sexual assault charges. “She consented and she didn’t get paid,” Dani explained to the New York Daily News. “I thought it was a robbery.” She also said the case “minimizes true rape cases and demeans women who are really raped.”

Judge who ruled sex worker’s rape was ‘theft of services’ faces activist pushback | 

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Activists Rally in PHILLY Against Carr Deni 

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There is an active legal model to the  Carr Deni mindset of sex workers consenting  to assault or rape simply by working in trade: 

PHILLY Needs Mercy: Merseyside Model

Together we can work to change bad laws that condone violence and blame victims. Until then we need legal and political leaders who will protect us from brutal and violent injustices of our current system.

Philly Needs Mercy: Merseyside Hate Crimes Bill – December 17 Philadelphia

Group rape of a sex worker at gunpoint IS rape. Sex Workers VOTE: krasnerforda

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