What We Do
- Direct Services. We provide nonjudgmental informational legal direct services to anyone in the sex industry.
- Public Policy Advocacy. We take direction from the people we serve to craft and launch community-led policy campaigns to challenge unjust laws.
- Community Education. We empower sex workers to enforce their rights and advocate for themselves by leading workshops and skill-shares and by disseminating valuable legal information far and wide
- Litigation Services. We take on a limited number of pro bono criminal and civil impact cases as funding permits.
1. To provide barrier-free, holistic legal services and legal representation people working in the sex industry.
2. To increase the use of harm-reductionist and anti-oppressive methodologies in legal advocacy.
3. To use community education, policy reform, and precedent-setting lawsuits to end state sanctioned and institutional discrimination and violence against sex workers and their communities, which we understand is inextricably related to race, gender, and class.
4. To participate in the larger movement for racial, social, gender, and economic liberation that includes sex workers and prioritizes the issues of those most affected by the systems of oppression under which we live.