December 17th Is About Those Lost To Murder or Suicide 

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Penn discussion on prostitution

Nina Lopez of the Global Women’s Strike leads a discussion about the challenges women in countries like Haiti, India, Ireland, Peru, Thailand and the UK face in supporting their families, and why their growing movements for change are calling for the decriminalization of prostitution.

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Mother of the Numbers: Defining Sex Worker Murders

International Sex Work Foundation for Art Culture and Education  is probably one of the least known sex work organizations in the nation, but ISWFACE was the first non-profit in the United States to take on the challenge of public discussion of  sex work rights. Probably most well known for her dedication to keeping the numbers when it comes to issues of police and prostitution,  I am honored to have met industry inspiration Norma Jean Almodovar in October 2015

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Ep264: Sex With Timaree On December 17th Philly

Originally posted on Sex With Timaree (The Podcast):
In this very serious conversation, we are joined by M. Dante and E. Vayle as they discuss a series of sex worker murders in Kennsington, Philadelphia as well as their December 17th memorial demonstration. http://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/sexwithtimaree264/sexwithtimaree264.mp3

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No Pleasure in the Ghetto

Originally posted on The Sexademic:
This morning I woke up to a local housing project’s message about canceling a workshop on safer sex. The reason? No funding for outside presenters. Welcome to the most frustrating injustice in sex education: information access and restricted conversations. There is a sharp contrast between sex education for the socially…

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PA International Human Rights Day: Shared With Sex Trade Survivors? No.

17 December 2015   Did you know Pennsylvania now shares in the global celebration of December 10th   International Human Rights Day? Not sure what that means? According to the United Nations: Human Rights Day is observed every year on 10 December. It commemorates the day on which, in 1948, the United Nations General Assembly…

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