Black Lives Matter
The inequity in our society increases the challenges that Black people face in the sex work industry. Black trans people are targeted and murdered disproportionately whether they are working or not. To create change we took action to support the repeal of the Walking While Trans Ban and aim to increase the visibility of Black trans and gender nonconforming communities. We also partner with organizations that are Black and sex work led such as the Black Sex Workers Collective (BSWC) and the BIPOC Adult Industry Collective to amplify Black voices. One of our core values is to work towards living in an anti-oppressive society, advocating for Black lives by changing legislation, increasing mutual-aid and supporting efforts that are anti-racist.
Despite Reforms, Sex Workers in New York Still Live in Fear of Arrest
Documented"Sex work decriminalization advocates such as Mariah Grant, director of Research and Advocacy at the New York-based Sex Workers Project, say that prosecutions that have continued to occur in Brooklyn and Queens exemplify the limitations of DA non-prosecution policies."
La prostitución en Tailandia: visible, multimillonaria e ilegal
El Pais"El Sex Workers Project, una organización de apoyo con sede en Nueva York, halló que las prostitutas de todo el mundo tienen entre un 45% y un 75% de posibilidades de sufrir violencia en el trabajo."
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