Did you know prostitution convictions cannot be expunged in Pennsylvania? At a time when most all other non-violent crimes are being erased from public record, prostitutes are forced into LEAD, Rescue Diversion, must accept a permanent sex crime conviction on their record. SBB connects with PHILLY CAM!
Status of ESPLERP v Gascon: ORAL ARGUMENTS scheduled for OCTOBER in CALI FEDERAL COURT We would not be this far along without you! Date TBD. Administration:We are registered with the California State Attorney General’s Charitable Registry. Ironic, I know! Folsom Street:We are honored to be selected as a supporting beneficiary by Folsom Street Events for 2017. We … Continue reading The ESPLER Project Summer Happenings
Stigma and social marginalization of sex workers will continue to give systems of power justification to use other laws to further harass and take advantage of a disenfranchised community. Discrimination in all its forms must be addressed for the full empowerment of the community.
Will a defense attorney with a long record of standing up to prosecutors and police soon head one of the nation’s busiest district attorney offices? Amy Goodman Interviews Larry Krasner on Democracy NOW!
New Research Concludes: Key to ending trafficking of young people is to eradicate youth homelessness first. For decades, one set of activists and legislators have fought to end human trafficking, while a different set have worked tirelessly to try to end homelessness. Activists and legislators have rarely teamed up to fight the two issues simultaneously. The study - released April 2017 - is shared by Covenant House, Field Center for Children’s Policy, Practice & Research at the University of Pennsylvania, and Loyola University Modern Slavery Research Project in New Orleans. Bloggers note: UPENN has not been supportive of inclusion over my last three years of communication efforts.
“I knew that my profession had been invented by men; men force women to sell their bodies at a price, and that the lowest paid body is that of a wife. All women are prostitutes of one kind or another.” – Nawal el Saadawi’s “Woman at Point Zero”. Re/Post of Article by CiSi Eze Ballanaija … Continue reading Cisi Eze: Every Woman is a Prostitute
"Sex Workers Speak Out: Coast to Coast Perspectives About Canada's Harmful Laws" is part of International Sex Workers Rights Day, to be recognized March 3rd. The voices of workers in the sex trade will be showcased in a display at St. John's City Hall beginning today. Article re/post by Tara Bradbury email@example.com Published on February … Continue reading International Sex Workers Rights Day is March 3rd
“The biggest issue is [sex workers] not knowing where they can go and talk openly and honestly.” Margaret Huang, AI
Police said Wednesday the missing woman, petite with a tattoo of a blue owl on her shoulder, was “possibly” related to the busted operations.“Officials have reason to be concerned for her well-being,”
FEAR IS CONTAGIOUS Creative Non-Fiction M. Dante (c) 1996 Published (c) 2000 TAF Canada (c) 2016 Noir Strong Language. Strong Content. She envisioned an aura of love until she fell in love her very essence regardless of what anyone else said. A lot of people may think that makes her a whore. The fact that … Continue reading Fear Is Contagious