Sex Work and Reproductive Justice

People engaged in sex work face unique barriers when accessing healthcare, housing, and freedom from incarceration or state violence. From Stop and Frisk and Crimes Against Nature laws to efforts to restrict access to social or health services based on current or former sex work, reproductive oppression is institutionalized for people engaged in (or perceived to be engaged in) sex work. How can our movement shift to destigmatize and support those engaged in sex work? Join activists working to challenge and re-frame narratives around sex work and address the healthcare inaccess, criminalization, and harmful policies targeting some of the most marginalized people in our communities through organizing, community building, and advocacy work.


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