Tag Archives: abolitionist

Dear Julie, can you love me?

Or why I support radical feminism. Julie Bindel is saying many things publicly about many people, including trans’ people, sex workers, vegans and more recently about bisexual women. I know she receives a lot of hate mail from readers, but … Continue reading

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Sex worker Greetings and plans for a happy New Year 2012

Dear sex workers and all sexy comrades, I am a bit of a Queen so I will do like the old one and make my speech for the end of the year and the celebrations. Hopefully you won’t find me … Continue reading

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International day to end violence against sex workers part 5

Candle Vigil Walk & Reception in Congress House Thursday, 15 December 2011 Time 18:00 until 21:00 Description Organised by SERTUC LGBT Network This event is supported by SERTUCVigil walk from 6pm to 7pm At the occasion of the international day to end violence … Continue reading

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France should not criminalise my clients

On the 6th December, the French Parliament will discuss a resolution re-affirming the abolitionist position of the country. If passed, this will lead to a new Bill for the criminalisation of our clients. Criminalisation doesn’t stop us working but worsens … Continue reading

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How do we quit sex work?

Some people want a world without prostitution and campaign for the criminalisation of our clients. I always argue that the criminalisation of our clients is not going to make us disappear but make our work more clandestine, more dangerous and potentially … Continue reading

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Sex work and anti-capitalism

During the last Sex Worker Open University[1], there was a workshop about how to include our struggles as sex workers within the larger anti-capitalist movement. Most of the workshop was spent rather on how to react to attacks from the … 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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