Community Collaborative Survey

Data collected from this research will be used to help draft policy recommendation promoting the health and safety of US sex workers by sex worker rights-led organizations. It will also help identify what barriers sex workers face in accessing services, protecting their sexual health and reporting violence.

OOR RTK Sunshine On An $8.00 Criminal Sex Act Involving On-Duty Pa Police Chief

Pa police chief faces misdemeanor charges for patronizing prostitutes, tampering with and fabricating evidence, obstruction of administration of the law or other governmental functions and official oppression. The prostitution count for the female sex worker is punishable by up to a year in prison; the other charges each carry up to two years in prison. WTF?! Seriously?

HIPS DC Crowdrise 

Helping Individual Prostitutes Survive! Reducing Harm In The Capital: GET HIP to HELP those in the DC Sex Trade!  How does HIPS help? HIV and HEP C testing, care coordination and navigation, PREP, SNS, CRCS, Housing Navigation, syringe access and disposal, safer sex materials, harm reduction, care coordination, linkage to care, treatment adherence , 24-hour hotline, drop in … Continue reading HIPS DC Crowdrise 

Revealing Texas Trafficking Rhetoric 

How Texas’ crusade against sex trafficking has left victims behind: Re/Post of Article by: Morgan Smith Neena Satija Edgar Walters Texas Tribune: When Mia was 16, she walked out of a Houston children’s emergency shelter. She had to go, she told the staff. Her pimp was waiting. It was 2013, the day before Thanksgiving. She … Continue reading Revealing Texas Trafficking Rhetoric 

Alaska Action Alert: Help Pass HB 112!

The Community United for Safety and Protection commends Alaska Representative Matt Claman for sponsoring House Bill 112, expanding Alaska’s current sexual assault statute to prohibit police officers from sexually penetrating or having sexual contact with those they are investigating. Currently, it is only illegal for police to sexually penetrate those who are in their custody.