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.
I Marched Through Soho Last Night In Support of Britain’s Sex Workers December 18, 2014 by Frankie Mullin, Photos: Jake Lewis Last night, I joined a march through Soho in support of sex workers. It’s an area of London that – … Continue reading →
In the lead-up to the general election, we have the chance to move the debate forwards, towards the full decriminalisation of sex work. BY MARGARET CORVID PUBLISHED 2 DECEMBER, 2014 – 16:5 New Statesman The Houses of Parliament. Photo: Adrian Dennis/AFP/Getty Images When … Continue reading →
Wednesday 17 December 2014 7pm (assemble 6.45pm) candlelit march — from Soho Square to St Anne’s Church. 7.30pm Soho Trot by Ana Aranha. Documentary featuring powerful interviews and true testimonies from sex workers working independently in Soho flats who fought … Continue reading →
Opinion: Why Liberal Democrats must oppose any criminalisation of sex workers By Sarah Noble | Mon 3rd November 2014 Tuesday, Parliament will debate the Report Stage of the Modern Slavery Bill, and in particular, an amendments that would criminalise the purchase of … Continue reading →
Consenting sex is not a crime! 4.00pm – 5.00pm Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London, E1 4NS. 2nd Floor, Room 2.41 Gay sex has been decriminalised yet the criminalisation of sex work has increased. Why should two adults … Continue reading →
Canadian sex worker activists speak out: Prostitution laws are ‘dangerous’ and infringe our constitutional rights Organising to win & retain the Supreme Court Ruling which struck down the prostitution laws because they infringed the constitutional right to work in safety … Continue reading →
It’s about time that the contribution that sex workers make to the economy was quantified. But sex work should be listed as work not as an “illegal transaction” because prostitution, the exchange of sex for money between two consenting adults, … Continue reading →