Letter to the Observer on racism and xenophobia against sex workers with paragraph that was edited out included in bold. _________________________________________________________________ Criminalising prostitution puts women at great risk Racism and xenophobia are also a problem for sex workers The Observer, Sunday … Continue reading
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London Chinatown protest against UK Border Agency fishing raids. October 22nd, 2013 by See Li
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Rachael Getzels, Reporter Everyone from outspoken writers to local councillors in Hampstead and Highgate have weighed in with their opinion on the Leveson Inquiry as the investigation into media ethics eclipses the headlines Still hot off the press, national and … Continue reading
Over 2000 people, mainly women, sallied down Piccadilly for the second London Slutwalk on 22 September. Home-made placards ruled from ‘Sluts & Plebs Unite’ to ‘Compensate Rape Survivors, not Banks’. Many reflected fury at police, prosecutors and courts which ensure … Continue reading
CONFERENCE RAPE, RACE & PROSTITUTION Campaigning for justice in the 21st century Saturday 10 March 9.30-5pm Trinity Reformed Church, Buck Street, London NW1 (Kentish Town Road end, behind Sainsbury’s, Camden Town tube) Entrance: £20 funded organisations and professionals; £10 waged; £5 low waged; £3 … Continue reading
News from the English Collective of Prostitutes On 6 October 2005, over 40 police and immigration officers raided 55 flats in the Baker Street area of central London. 70 sex workers were held and questioned, some for up to five … Continue reading
YOU’D have thought people would have finally got used to prostitution by now, what with it being the oldest profession in the world. But it wasn’t until 1982, when a group of angry “sex workers” occupied the Church of the … Continue reading
Speech by a Black woman in the International Prostitutes Collective at the Forum “Sex Work, Sexual Violence and Sexual Choices”, on the 20th anniversary of the English Collective of Prostitutes, London, 29 June 1995. There’s discrimination against ail prostitute women, … Continue reading