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BYP100 Feb 25
Did you know NY is the only state in the nation to explicitly legislate a rape shield exemption for sex workers? If you’ve been convicted for sex work in the last 3 years, that can be used against you if you report rape. to end violence against sex workers!
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Jessica Ramos Feb 25
I’ve seen sex workers on Roosevelt Ave my entire life. I’ve met neighbors forced to work trading sex and I’ve met others who want to erase the people on Roosevelt Ave. We can’t keep sweeping this issue under the rug. It’s time to .
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Ricardo Aca 🦋 May 7
(•_•) <) )╯Decriminalize / \ \(•_•) ( (> Sex work / \ (•_•) <) )> Now! / \ 👠
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Jessica Peñaranda Jun 10
Super emotional to be witnessing and be a small part of the years of survival and love towards rights, safety, dignity towards the decriminalization of sex work!
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SWOP NSW Jun 26
"The bill also proposes that those previously convicted for sex work – including trafficking survivors – can seek to clear their criminal records of offenses that would not be prohibited under the legislation."
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State Senator Julia Salazar Feb 25
Our elected leaders have been silent on this issue for far too long. To decrease the trafficking and violence that women of color and LGBTQ people are disproportionately impacted by, we must make sex work safe and legal. It’s time to .
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Lux 🧛🏻‍♀️ Alptraum Feb 25
Still thinking about all the amazing people who got up and spoke truth to power at today. I never, ever thought that we'd have one member — let alone several members! — of the NYS legislature speaking up for sex workers, and I'm in awe of everyone who made it happen.
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Scott Hechinger Feb 25
Sex workers don't need: Cuffs. Arrests. Diversion courts. Prosecutions. Programs. Pity. Paternalism. Sex workers just want: Decarceration. Decriminalization. De-stigmatization. Dignity. It's within reach. .
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LGDCQ Feb 25
We are proud to join , a coalition to decriminalize, decarcerate and destigmatize the sex trade in New York. Thrilled to advocate alongside this amazing group of orgs & individuals.
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Red Canary 红莺歌 🌹🍚 Apr 15
Feeling thankful for intentional conversations about how to best support migrant massage and sex working community in Flushing! We’re committed to decriminalizing and destigmatizing workers’ lives!
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Hacking//Hustling May 9
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Scott Hechinger Feb 25
Sex workers are not criminals. Sex workers are not criminals. Sex workers are not criminals. Sex workers are not criminals. Sex workers are not criminals. Sex workers are not criminals. Sex workers are not criminals. Sex workers are not criminals
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Dan Quart May 7
No DA should be prosecuting sex work.
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ACT UP New York Feb 25
It’s about damn time we decriminalize sex work, how about we start in New York State?
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Lambda Legal Jun 10
Lambda Legal is proud to be a partner in this coalition fighting to decriminalize sex work.
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DecrimNY Jun 15
If you spot our art in Brooklyn today, take a photo and tag us!
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Rafael L Espinal Jr. Feb 25
We must stand in solidarity with LGBTQ, undocumented & S/W communities who are unfairly targeted through unjust laws like SESTA/FOSTA. It’s time to rebalance power relations & protect these communities, it’s time to .
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Exploitation Intervention Project Feb 25
Replying to @eipnyc
“Transgender Latinx sex workers, & those profiled as sex workers, are arrested [in] Jackson Heights, for example, & charged with ‘loitering for the purposes of prostitution.’ Massage workers, predominantly of East Asian descent, are subject to police raids in Flushing”
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Sylvia Rivera Law Project Feb 25
Sex workers deserve housing not handcuffs
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Samy Nemir-Olivares Jul 20
Replying to @Samynemir
- images of transgender women of color killed by transphobia, state violence and racism-including who died in ICE hands and in Riker’s island jail in NYC.
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