‘Sweet, smart, strong and sexy’: the sex workers taking a stand in Thailand
Sex workers aren’t asking for you to approve of sex work, they’re asking for equal protection under the law.
Unionisation + Decriminalisation + Feminist Education = The Red Feminist Horizon
Sex workers in the UK are gearing up for a fight to take back their rights. Who will join them?
Selling decriminalised sex work to the public: a guide
Marketing professionals know how to sell a message, and at its core decriminalisation is just another message. Let’s...
Decriminalization by any other name: sex worker rights in federal advocacy
Sometimes the solution is the framing of the problem.
Decarceral alliances in the fight to decriminalize sex work
Ending mass incarceration and ending violence against sex workers are the same project.
The slow slog to decriminalized sex work in Louisiana
The path to decriminalized sex work in Louisiana leads through racism, poverty, homophobia, and predatory policing.
The false feminism of criminalising sex workers’ clients
Feminist arguments against sex work are as influential as they are dangerous.
Sex workers can tell you why sex work is work – speak to them
Regular interaction with sex workers allowed some of the founders of the Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women to...
Getting anti-trafficking advocates on board with decriminalised sex work
Sex workers rights’ advocates and anti-trafficking professionals have more in common than they think.
Sex work, stigma, and the challenge of harm reduction in Denmark
Harm reduction does not exist in a vacuum.
Decriminalise sex work to prevent trafficking and abuse
New Zealand has shown that decriminalisation helps keeps sex workers safe on the job. Who will follow their lead?
Tell Priti Patel: Stop your attack on journalistic freedom
Journalists who share leaks of official information should not face life imprisonment for doing their job