Since 1975, the International Prostitutes Collective has been campaigning for the abolition of the prostitution laws which criminalize sex workers and our families, and for economic alternatives and higher benefits and wages.
Letters The Guardian, Friday 25 April 2014 21.00 BST A sex worker talking to a driver. Photograph: Lewis Whyld/PA Wire The all-party parliamentary group that recommended the criminalisation of sex workers’ clients, which is cited as backing for Caroline Spelman‘s views (Outlaw … Continue reading →
CRIMINALISING CLIENTS UNDERMINES SEX WORKERS’ SAFETY & OTHER RIGHTSThe English Collective of Prostitutes strongly oppose proposals being put forward today by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Prostitution to criminalise sex workers’ clients.Spokeswoman, Cari Mitchell, commented: “Criminalising clients will not stop … Continue reading →
No Ms Honeyball what the English Collective of Prostitutes actually said is: Faced with no benefit, or only the lowest-waged jobs, many women sell sexual services. Are we less degraded when we have to skip meals, beg or stay with … Continue reading →
RICKY POWER SAYEED 28 January 2014 Three men recently attacked my date and I in London’s gay village Soho. They threw coins and shouted “faggot”. I think gentrification partly prompted their resentment. The LGBT rainbow flag hangs over Soho’s Old Compton … Continue reading →
On Wednesday 30 October, Niki Adams, English Collective of Prostitutes and Ariane Sacco, Queer Strike will be speaking in Oxford on Sexual Outlaws against Criminalisation as part of the event The Struggles of Queer Sex Workers. The event starts at 7pm and is at … Continue reading →
From: Amy Vergnés, Administrator of SAAFE.info (Support And Advice For Escorts) and an independent sex worker with ten years experience working as a prostitute in the UK and abroad. I am also on the advisory group which developed the National … Continue reading →
Respuesta inicial del Colectivo Inglés de Prostitutas (CIP) a las recomendaciones del Lobby Europeo de Mujeres (LEM) del 4 de diciembre de 2012. 1. En un momento de crisis económica en que la pobreza entre las mujeres y los niños … Continue reading →