DECEMBER 17th IDTEVASW END VIOLENCE RECEPTION19 End Violence KiKi Ball Washington DC 2019 HIPS' mission is to assist female, male, and transgender individuals engaging in sex work in Washington, DC in leading healthy lives. Utilizing a harm reduction model, HIPS' programs strive to address the impact that HIV/AIDS, STIs, discrimination, poverty, violence and drug use have on the lives of individuals engaging in sex work. Three nights a week, from 9:00pm until 5:00am, HIPS staff and volunteers, provide education and counseling, and distribute safety materials, clothing and food to sex workers on the streets HIPS also provides referrals, help for parents of persons engaged in sex work and emergency housing assistance. Website: http://www.hips.org Contact phone: (800) 676-HIPS (4477) Know Your Rights!
York County, Pennsylvania. A York man apparently upset because he thought his boyfriend was a male prostitute, used a knife to stab his boyfriend multiple times, York City Police said in charging documents.
EPGN: Community mourns stabbing victim Maya Young Paige Cooperstein February 25, 2016 Maya Young asked Anthony Harper for the time six years ago while she was walking in the Gayborhood. It was a simple question that spawned a long friendship. “I noticed the birthmark on her cheek and told her it was beautiful,” Harper told PGN through his [...]
HIPS is Helping Individual Prostitutes Survive TUESDAY 11/29 #givingtuesday Our outreach van is crucial to meeting people where they are in the District -- and the van that we have now is on its last wheels. We need your help. Can you commit to donating next Tuesday? $50, $25, or even $10 -- everything helps.We [...]
Dr. Timaree, M. Dante & Eris Vayle discuss December 17th and community action against violence towards sex workers in Philly