December 17 is International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, a day of both solemn remembrance and activism. The commemoration began in 2004 when the founders of the Sex Workers Outreach Project and sex educator, artist and activist Annie Sprinkle joined forces to remember the victims of the Green River Killer
35 when we made poster. 48 today. #december172019 is #idtevasw International Day To End Violence Against Sex Workers Thanks @christadaring @swop_usa @swopbehindbars We CAN help stop the violence! #ourvoiceistheirvoice #restinpower http://www.december17.org December 17th 2019 will be the 16th Annual International Day To End Violence Against Sex Workers (IDTEVASW). Fact sheet from SWOP USA included
Report Re: October 17 hearing Washington DC City Council Committee Judiciary Public Safety on Community Health and Safety Amendment Act of 2019 — Read on medium.com/@phoebejs74/extraordinary-hearing-on-decriminalization-of-sex-work-695c91bb38dd
The purpose of the Consensus Statement is to serve as a resource in efforts to reform HIV criminal laws, particularly for state advocates. This site provides links to a variety of resources that can help support the use of the statement, as well as an FAQ.
PA Senate passes statute of limitations reform bills
These tips are from sex workers for sex workers: The thing about self-care is that it is never one size fits all. Sex workers—those who offer services between consenting adults like companionship, intimacy, escorting, dancing, camming, and countless other sexual and nonsexual services—are as diverse a group as the general population, and their individual self-care needs can vary just as much. That said, when I asked members of the sex work community about their personal self-care routines, a few themes popped up, from dealing with the stigma against sex work to taking care of their bodies.