Sex workers are under attack– feminists everywhere need to support us

It was the day after International Women’s Day and I was tired, obviously, but also feeling good about pulling off another strike for the 3rd year in a row in London. I went on twitter looking for photos of our actions, and found something heart-breaking instead: In the Spanish state, my sex working combabes had

London: protest against Trump-inspired law that would endanger sex workers

Sex workers yesterday joined with other feminists and human rights activists to voice their opposition to a Trump-inspired ‘anti-trafficking’ law –  in the US  known as SESTA/FOSTA  – ahead of a debate on mirroring them in the UK, which was held in the House of Commons on Wednesday. The proposed legislation, brought to the Parliament

International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers Marked

Sex workers and allies marked the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers by hosting a gathering outside of the Houses of Parliament yesterday.  Led by the English Collective of Prostitutes (ECP) and Sex Worker Advocacy and Resistance Movement (SWARM), they hosted a ceremony to commemorate the ones who’ve lost their lives to violence this