We engage in legal services, advocacy, education, media, and organizing to build a movement to protect the human rights of sex workers. We aim to create a world that is safe for all workers and where human trafficking does not exist.
We live in a sex shaming society and there are many misconceptions about sex work. We define sex work as an exchange of sex, erotic entertainment, sexual services, and/or sex therapies for money or for something else of value such as food, housing, transportation, or travel. Sex work includes escorting, street–based sex work, indoor sex work, professional BDSM, go-go dancing, stripping, cam work, erotic massage, porn/adult film and much more.