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Secret Drug Addict Dec 17
International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers
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Kinkbnb Dec 17
Today is December 17th, the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. Mistress Sadie Hawkins was murdered this weekend. She was a valued host on KinkBNB. We will miss her professionalism. Please donate to her family if you can.
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Amnesty UK Dec 17
On we remember the who lost their lives to and stand in against and
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UltraViolet Dec 17
Today is International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, and we remember the sex workers who have been criminalized, harmed, and killed. Sex work criminalization promotes violence against women of color and trans people of color. It's time for decriminalization.
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Naomi Sayers Dec 17
Today is , and today, I remember my best friend, Alex, who was found dead in her boyfriend’s home. Her death was deemed a suicide. I believe differently. Her death was also exploited by anti-sex workers, saying she was trafficked. She was not.
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SWOP-USA Dec 16
Our final lists are out for December 17th 2018. We have lost so many beautiful souls this year, and it's hard to find words to encapsulate this level of heartbreak and tragedy.
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Julie S. Lalonde Dec 17
Today is the International Day to End Violence against Sex Workers ☂️ I know and love many sex workers and they deserve safe working conditions. Even if sex work makes you queasy or you have mixed feelings about the work itself, show up for the workers, k? ♥️
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NSWP Dec 13
Monday 17th December is International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. Read about the day and what sex worker organisations are doing to mark :
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Kate Dec 17
For those looking to come together with community tonight, here is the full list of events:
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Trans Pride Dublin Dec 17
Sex work is a trans issue, the unemployment rate of trans people is extremely high meaning many trans people turn to sex work as their only source of income. Trans sex workers deserve their rights and to live without stigma!
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Epiphora Dec 17
Sex workers are some of the most creative, strong, lovely people I've known. On this International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, it is sad that my instinct is to ask you to see sex workers as human beings. We have a long, long way to go.
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Conner Habib Dec 17
Sex workers changed my life in many ways long before I became one. They showed me the will could not be quashed by the police. That gay sex didn’t have to be shameful. That there was a job that I could handle that wouldn’t destroy my spirit. Support our community.
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Michael Ellsberg Dec 17
Why is silent about International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers? Because she's against anything with SW in the title. She believes "SW doesn't exist" and "SW is neither." In other words, Judd PERPETUATES violence against SWers via her silencing.
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Dr Adi MacArtney Dec 17
Today is the International Day To End Violence Against Sex Workers . Criminalization makes sex workers more vulnerable to violence (evidence thread: ). Today we remember colleagues hurt or lost to violence and advocate and agitate for change. ❤️
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Open Society Foundations Dec 17
Replying to @OpenSociety
"Because of stigma, sex workers face high rates of abuse and violence. Where sex work is criminalized, sex workers hide from law enforcement. They must work alone in desolate areas, putting them at greater risk."
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Alannah Murray Dec 17
Thinking of all the sex workers experiencing violence today due to the law that puts them in direct danger. SWAI will having a candle lit vigil today at Leinster House at 6pm today, swing by if you can make it!
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reason Dec 17
Women around the world are demanding decriminalization of prostitution for the sake of their safety
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Laura Connelly Dec 17
Today (especially) we remember the sex workers who have lost their lives, and those that are currently seeing their livelihood’s attacked and safety jeopardised. In solidarity,
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Emily Turner Dec 17
Red Umbrella walk in Leeds City Centre to raise awareness, challenge stigma and mark International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers
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Conner Habib Dec 17
On International Day To End Violence Against Sex Workers, read my new article, co-authored w/Gender Studies prof on how the left - feminists, socialists, and - fails sex workers, and what we can do to seek solidarity!
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