Monthly Archives: October 2011

Where is the exit ?

I had a discussion with friends who are also sex worker activists and I said that I didn’t like the expression “exiting” when we talk about services for sex workers who want to stop sex work. I would rather instead … Continue reading

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Some (not so) naïve questions

Why do you want to arrest our clients, the men who respect our conditions, and you never do anything to stop men who actually rape us, and why don’t you make sure instead that the police register our reports and … Continue reading

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Grisélidis Réal

This is an extract from the post-face of Le Noir est une couleur from Grisélidis Réal. Réal was an anarchist whore, an artist and a poet. She was a pioneer of the sex worker movement in the 1970’s and was part of … Continue reading

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Sex Worker Open University 2011 opens in London 12 – 16 October

The second edition of the pioneering London Sex Worker Open University will happen at The Arcola Theatre (24 Ashwin Street, Dalston, London E8 3DL) in East London 12-16 October, bringing together sex workers and allies from around the world to … Continue reading

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