Debunking the Entrapment Model, a.k.a. the End Demand Model

Decriminalize Sex Work for Better Policing

Decriminalize Sex Work for Public Health

(Dis)ability and Sex Work Decriminalization

Human Trafficking and Sex Work

Immigrant Sex Work, Forced Labor, and Human Rights

Loitering for the Purposes of Prostitution Is Stop and Frisk for Women

New Zealand: The Ideal Legal Framework for Decriminalized Sex Work

What About Legalization? Decriminalization is the only solution.

Why Decriminalizing Sex Work Is Good Criminal Justice Policy

Why Feminists Support the Decriminalization of Sex Work

The EARN IT Act Is a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

Oregon Sex Workers Commission 7/15 LIVE

“Decriminalization of sex work does not mean the decriminalization of human trafficking.”

“Helping people through police is inherently coercive.” – Gilda Merlot

“They’ll change our narrative to change their numbers.” – Ceyenne Doroshow, GLITS

Look Deeper, A Trafficking Victim in Court

DSW’s Kaytlin Bailey Testifies in D.C.

We Are Here, Safe Sex Work Vermont with Kel Arbor of Vermont CARES

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