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BYP100 Dec 17
It's International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. Black and brown queer and trans people in the sex trade have fought for freedom for so long. Sex workers deserve safety and fulfillment, NOT stigma and criminalization. Art by
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DECRIMNOW DC Dec 17
We won’t be silenced. It's International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. Black and brown queer and trans people in the sex trade have been rising up for years. We're not backing down. See the full video:
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THEODORA 20 Dec 17
Replying to @TheOnlyTheodora
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THEODORA Dec 17
Today is the International day to I hope that the world finally realises that and that we stop getting punished for it On or off camera, our work is valid and we deserve the same rights as other workers Sex work IS work
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Nnenna, ESQ. Dec 17
What if—instead of locking sex workers up—we provided housing, living wage jobs, health care, and what people needed to thrive? The team sits with to and dream about a decriminalized world. Check the full vid:
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ManyVids Dec 17
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Pornhub ARIA May 2
We were devastated to hear about what happened to Denise and encourage you all to read her story and consider donating here:
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Kate Dec 17
In DC, sex workers, organizers, and allies are working to decriminalize sex work to and improve the lives of those in the sex trade. Attend ’s event tonight: >>>
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Basis Sex Work 6 Dec 17
Our staff experience first hand why our campaign is so important. Show your support and help to
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Dr T Dec 17
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National Center for Transgender Equality Dec 17
Today is the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. At a moment in time where we pause to recognize the risks faced by sex workers, online censorship is making the world more dangerous.
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DECRIMNOW DC Dec 17
In order to keep sex workers safe, we must decriminalize both the selling AND buying of sex. The Nordic model—where the buying of sex is still criminalized—falls short and keeps people in the sex trade in danger.
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Bella French Dec 17
You are such an exceptional being, you are a 🙌 We will come together and make a real change in this world. ☂️❤️
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AJ+ 17 Dec 15
Sex workers and activists march through the streets of Macedonia's capital to :
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Cass 17 Dec 15
It's day today. Sex workers are human beings. Acknowledge that sex work is work. Support sex worker rights
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Dana White Dec 17
Friends of mine are sex workers, empowered and autonomous, deserving respect and protections. Today is International Day. Decriminalization is crucial in ending violence against sex workers and one of the most important causes of our time.
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@DCHomos 17 Dec 16
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LysistrataMCCF 5 Mar 18
Gathering tonight for Yang Song, the woman who was killed jumping out a window during a raid on her workplace. Criminalization kills, stand with our community to help end state perpetrated violence against sex workers
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Sluts and Scholars Dec 17
Yo - It's to . Around the world, SWers are stigmatized, dehumaninzed, killed and not listened to. SWers are also LOVED and RESPECTED and APPRECIATED for their work. In their honor, here are some convos we've had w/ their brilliance:
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Christine Mitchell Dec 17
Dec 17th InternationalDay2EndViolenceAgainstSex Workers.Those who choose sex work experience violence@greater rates, through being seen as less then human2laws that force workers into dangerous areas2the discrimination RacismTransphobiaHomophobia
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