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DSW In The News

Kaytlin Bailey’s suggestions for Sen. Kamala Harris on sex work | Washington Examiner
Kaytlin Bailey’s suggestions for Sen. Kamala Harris on sex work | Washington Examiner
DSW’s Kaytlin Bailey is quoted: “Candidates like Harris should stand with the cops who are tired of arresting people for just getting one another off.”
2020 Candidates Consider Decriminalizing Sex Work | CBS News
2020 Candidates Consider Decriminalizing Sex Work | CBS News
DSW’s Kaytlin Bailey is quoted: "You have violence, you have exploitation, and you have blackmail. You have people operating outside the law, because legal protections...
Could Prostitution Be the Next Vice To Be Decriminalized? | The New York Times
Could Prostitution Be the Next Vice To Be Decriminalized? | The New York Times
Florida’s Sex Wars: the Battle to Decriminalize Sex Work | Counterpunch
Florida’s Sex Wars: the Battle to Decriminalize Sex Work | Counterpunch
Scott Cunningham: Study needed on legal prostitution | Providence Journal
Scott Cunningham: Study needed on legal prostitution | Providence Journal
A Government Database for People Who Pay for Sex Is a Terrible, Dangerous Idea | Vice Motherboard
A Government Database for People Who Pay for Sex Is a Terrible, Dangerous Idea | Vice Motherboard
Florida Is Creating a New Sex Offender Registry Just for Prostitution Customers | Reason
Florida Is Creating a New Sex Offender Registry Just for Prostitution Customers | Reason
UpriseRI Covers DSW’s Launch
UpriseRI Covers DSW’s Launch
DSW Gets Press in New Hampshire | New Hampshire Union Leader
DSW Gets Press in New Hampshire | New Hampshire Union Leader
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