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Sex Workers Outreach Project USA

Welcome to the new and improved SWOP-USA website! We’re going through many changes as an organization and a digital overhaul is part of that. You’ll find an entirely new resource section, our Chapter Hub site has moved here, and we’ll also be producing significantly more resource sheets in the coming months.

Sex Workers Outreach Project-USA is a national social justice network dedicated to the fundamental human rights of people involved in the sex trade and their communities, focusing on ending violence and stigma through education and advocacy.

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Today marks @UmbrellaLane’s inaugural Sex Worker Pride Day event! 🌈
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“A judge declared a mistrial at the trial of the founders of http://Backpage.com on charges of facilitating prostitution and laundering money after deciding prosecutors had too many references to child sex trafficking in a case where no one faced such a charge”

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Pride exists because of a woman. Pride exists because of a black woman. Pride exists because of a black trans woman. Pride exists because of a black trans woman who was a sex worker. Pride exists because of a black, bisexual trans woman who was a sex worker that threw a brick at a cop. Pride exists because of a black, bisexual trans woman, who was a sex worker, that threw a brick at a cop and started a riot against the state.Don't lose this month in rainbow capitalism and unabashed racism because of the privilege of being white while queer.If you aren't supporting queer people of color, trans women, and queer sex workers, you aren't celebrating pride, you are celebrating rainbow capitalism and police brutality.Her name was Marsha P. Johnson.Original by: Karence Cole ... See MoreSee Less
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