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Soho Fights

Soho Fights: Sex Workers For Safety and Against Land Grabs.

Author: English Collective of Prostitutes
Published: 2019

16 pages

A zine telling the story of the decade long sex worker led struggle to defend their right to work in safety in Soho, central London.


Prostitutes Our Life

Editor: Claude Jaget
Publisher: Falling Wall Press
Published: 1980 

An account of the 1975 prostitute women’s strike in France which launched the modern sex workers’ rights movement. With an introduction that chronicles the church occupations where the strikers were based.

All the more moving for being neither sentimentalized nor glamorized.” Sunday Times.


Some Mothers’ Daughter: The hidden movement of prostitute women against violence

Editor: Claude Jaget
Publisher: Falling Wall Press
Published: 1980 

Author: International Prostitutes Collective
Publisher: Crossroads Books
Published: 1999 

Sex workers’ campaigning against rape and murder, and the laws that increase their vulnerability on both sides of the Atlantic – from the first ever survey from sex workers’ point of view and the picketing of the trial of the Yorkshire Ripper, to the historic San Francisco Task Force on Prostitution which recommended decriminalisation.


Our Time Is Now: Sex, Race, Class, and Caring for People and Planet

Selma James, our first spokeswoman.

Author: Selma James • Foreword by Margaret Prescod • Editor: Nina Lopez
Series: PM Press
ISBN: 978-1-62963-838-6
Published: 02/2021
Format: Paperback
Size: 6×9
Pages: 256

The much-anticipated follow-up to her first anthology, Sex, Race, and Class, compiles several decades of James’s work with a focus on her more recent writings.


Sex, Race, and Class—The Perspective of Winning

Selma James, our first spokeswoman.

A Selection of Writings, 1952-2011

Author: Selma James  Foreword by Marcus Rediker  Introduction by Nina López
Publisher: PM Press
Published: 2012
Format: Paperback
Page count: 320