Poll: Oregonians Support Decriminalizing Sex Work

Poll: Oregonians Support Decriminalizing Sex Work

Poll: Oregonians Support Decriminalizing Sex Work (The Appeal, March 17, 2021)
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Decriminalization News From Oregon and Louisiana

Decriminalization News From Oregon and Louisiana

March 3, 2021: New Orleans District 91 State Representative Mandie Landry proposed a new bill decriminalizing prostitution in Louisiana on International Sex Workers’ Rights Day. Landry partnered with local sex worker rights and domestic violence advocates to draft the legislation. Women With a Vision, a coalition that advocates for increased awareness around...
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An East Coast Advocacy Group Is Using Oregon as a Testing Ground for Decriminalizing Sex Work

An East Coast Advocacy Group Is Using Oregon as a Testing Ground for Decriminalizing Sex Work

An East Coast Advocacy Group Is Using Oregon as a Testing Ground for Decriminalizing Sex Work (Willamette Week, February 10, 2021)
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Hero of the Month: Portland-based stripper and sex worker rights activist Cat Hollis is demanding fair treatment for Black sex workers

Hero of the Month: Portland-based stripper and sex worker rights activist Cat Hollis is demanding fair treatment for Black sex workers

June 18, 2020 Across the country, strippers are mobilizing for increased labor rights and racial justice in the adult entertainment industry. At the center of the movement is Cat Hollis, a Portland-based dancer and founder of the Haymarket Pole Collective. The organization began its work in November of 2019 to...
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