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Remember Tjhisha Ball and Angelia Mangum. We're sort of here and sort of not. The-Pink Phoenix Why Donate? _____ Please read the description below fully before sending us requests for advice or information .  Online Tag Links For Ease in Searching: Perks Problems Personal Rage Comics Answers Policies+Procedures _____ Template Links: Old School Perks Old School Problems Rage Comic Templates _____ We do not do 101. We do not advise anyone on jobs in the sex industry or how to find jobs in the sex industry. This is not a site for medical, legal, or psychiatric advice or care. We are a community of sex workers that exists only to provide sex workers with friendship and conversation. We do not help with student papers, thesis assignments, public speeches or anything else in which you would use our ideas or experiences for your benefit. All writings, graphics, and blogs you see here are copyrighted and our intellectual property. If you would like to use information or graphics you see here, please contact us with your request. If you would like to contact us for media or interview inquiries, please email us at sexworkerproblems at gmail dot com. ________ Ask Submissions _____ - Welcome to Sex Worker Problems. (@sexworkerproblems)
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Smartassjen international day to end violence @sexworkerproblems

smartassjen:

International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers rant.

Latinegrasexologist peechingtonmariejust @sexworkerproblems

latinegrasexologist:

peechingtonmariejust:

peechingtonmariejust:

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clarawebbwillcutoffyourhead:

peechingtonmariejust:

We’re just over the $10,000 mark in our fundraiser for Tjhisha Ball and Angelia Mangum’s families to help with the costs of their funerals. We still need $7,000 more. Could you share this and donate? Even $1 helps and you can choose to make your name, donation, both, or neither private! We got this!

Here’s the link: http://www.youcaring.com/memorial-fundraiser/help-angelia-and-tjhisha-s-family/238511

Please share you guys! Even if you can’t donate!

at 10,419 let’s try to make 10,500 tonight, Tuesday October 14, 2014!

10,449! yayer ya’ll! keep it coming.

$10,584! Can we spread this around and get to $11,000 tonight to help Tjhisha and Angelia’s families?

$10,947 so far! We need $53 to get $11,000 and only $6,053 to get our goal of $17,000 to pay for both funerals. Please keep sharing. If we want something different, we gotta do something different. Tjhisha and Angelia matter!

$11,041 we can do this! almost there! 7 days left. Let’s do this!

Peechingtonmariejust @sexworkerproblems

peechingtonmariejust:

clarawebbwillcutoffyourhead:

peechingtonmariejust:

We’re just over the $10,000 mark in our fundraiser for Tjhisha Ball and Angelia Mangum’s families to help with the costs of their funerals. We still need $7,000 more. Could you share this and donate? Even $1 helps and you can choose to make your name, donation, both, or neither private! We got this!

Here’s the link: http://www.youcaring.com/memorial-fundraiser/help-angelia-and-tjhisha-s-family/238511

Please share you guys! Even if you can’t donate!

We are now at $10,449 with 8 days left to go. Please help if you can.

Signal boosting. The fundraiser needs $6500 to reach its goal!

How would regulation that further marginalizes @sexworkerproblems

How would regulation that further marginalizes already marginalized people help prevent violent murders from occurring? Also Tjhisha and Angelia were strippers, which is not illicit employment so the subject of decriminalization doesn’t apply here.

What would have prevented Tjhisha Ball and Angelia Mangum’s murders is if someone hadn’t murdered them. The only person to blame for assault, rape, violence, and murder is the abuser, rapist, or murderer.

We do not advocate for decriminalization “in theory” as you said. Your ask smells a bit like stigmatization and victim blaming. We advocate for decriminalization in actuality because people in all branches of the sex trade deserve to be able to work in peace and safety. We advocate for decriminalization in actuality because full service sex workers deserve to be able to work in peace and safety without worrying about violence from law enforcement, media, and lookie-loos.

We advocate for the memory of Tjhisha Ball and Angelia Mangum because they were victims of violence and murder - something no one deserves, regardless of their job titles.

We would also like to take this opportunity to signal boost the fundraiser for Tjhisha Ball and Angelia Mangum’s families to help with funeral costs. Here is the link - http://www.youcaring.com/memorial-fundraiser/help-angelia-and-tjhisha-s-family/238511

More information from peech and whorephobia via @sexworkerproblems

More information from @_peech and @whorephobia via Twitter about #TjhishaBall and #AngeliaMangum. #TjhishaAndAngelia

Redupnyc prose lore issue 4 features twenty @sexworkerproblems

redupnyc:

Prose & Lore Issue 4 features twenty original, true stories about experiences in the sex trades, written by sex workers who were supported in writing their stories through Red Umbrella Project’s peer-led writing workshops in NYC and by mentor editors who worked with folks from outside of NYC .

Order your copy own copy for just 2.99!

Ladiedaisy i cant believe i actually had to @sexworkerproblems

ladiedaisy:

I CAN’T BELIEVE I ACTUALLY HAD TO TELL PEOPLE THIS

Audaciaray always get the money first newbie @sexworkerproblems

audaciaray:

Always get the money first! Newbie sex worker problems.

Redupnyc red umbrella project is accepting @sexworkerproblems

redupnyc:

Red Umbrella Project is accepting applications for our fall writing program through August 18th! If you’re in NYC, apply to participate in our eight week memoir writing workshop, and if you’re outside of NYC apply to get connected with a mentor editor and work toward publication in Prose & Lore Issue 5. Workshops are free and peer led, by and for people in the sex trades.www.redumbrellaproject.org/educate/memoir/

Shared by mistressmatisse on twitter @sexworkerproblems

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Redupnyc all of my clients were weird a @sexworkerproblems

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 “All of my clients were weird.” - a quote from Rita Rachaels’ piece “Patron / Saint,” a story about working on a stroll in Manhattan and having a trick who was a Roman Catholic priest. 

Prose & Lore Issue 4 features twenty original, true stories about experiences in the sex trades, written by sex workers who were supported in writing their stories through Red Umbrella Project’s peer-led writing workshops in NYC and by mentor editors who worked with folks from outside of NYC. Issue 4 will be out July 15 - pre-order ebook ($2.99) or print ($11.99) copies directly through RedUP, get a year print & ebook subscription for $30, or enter to win one of five free copies on Goodreads. Interested in writing for the next issue? Details will be posted on this page and RedUP’s tumblr in early July. All your $$ go to supporting sex workers in telling their stories!

Prose lore issue 4 features twenty original @sexworkerproblems

Prose & Lore Issue 4 features twenty original, true stories about experiences in the sex trades, written by sex workers who were supported in writing their stories through Red Umbrella Project’s peer-led writing workshops in NYC and by mentor editors who worked with folks from outside of NYC. Issue 4 will be out July 15 - pre-order ebook or print copies directly through RedUP or enter to win one of five free copies on Goodreads. Interested in writing for the next issue? Details will be posted on this page and RedUP’s tumblr in early July.

Prose lore issue 4 features twenty original @sexworkerproblems

Prose & Lore Issue 4 features twenty original, true stories about experiences in the sex trades, written by sex workers who were supported in writing their stories through Red Umbrella Project’s peer-led writing workshops in NYC and by mentor editors who worked with folks from outside of NYC. Issue 4 will be out July 15 - pre-order ebook or print copies directly through RedUP or enter to win one of five free copies on Goodreads. Interested in writing for the next issue? Details will be posted on this page and RedUP’s tumblr in early July.

Prose lore issue 4 features twenty original @sexworkerproblems

Prose & Lore Issue 4 features twenty original, true stories about experiences in the sex trades, written by sex workers who were supported in writing their stories through Red Umbrella Project’s peer-led writing workshops in NYC and by mentor editors who worked with folks from outside of NYC. Issue 4 will be out July 15 - pre-order ebook or print copies directly through RedUP or enter to win one of five free copies on Goodreads. Interested in writing for the next issue? Details will be posted on this page and RedUP’s tumblr in early July.

Prose lore issue 4 features twenty original @sexworkerproblems

Prose & Lore Issue 4 features twenty original, true stories about experiences in the sex trades, written by sex workers who were supported in writing their stories through Red Umbrella Project’s peer-led writing workshops in NYC and by mentor editors who worked with folks from outside of NYC. Issue 4 will be out July 15 - pre-order ebook or print copies directly through RedUP or enter to win one of five free copies on Goodreads. Interested in writing for the next issue? Details will be posted on this page and RedUP’s tumblr in early July.

Prose lore issue 4 features twenty original @sexworkerproblems

Prose & Lore Issue 4 features twenty original, true stories about experiences in the sex trades, written by sex workers who were supported in writing their stories through Red Umbrella Project’s peer-led writing workshops in NYC and by mentor editors who worked with folks from outside of NYC. Issue 4 will be out July 15 - pre-order ebook or print copies directly through RedUP or enter to win one of five free copies on Goodreads. Interested in writing for the next issue? Details will be posted on this page and RedUP’s tumblr in early July.

Prose lore issue 4 features twenty original @sexworkerproblems

Prose & Lore Issue 4 features twenty original, true stories about experiences in the sex trades, written by sex workers who were supported in writing their stories through Red Umbrella Project’s peer-led writing workshops in NYC and by mentor editors who worked with folks from outside of NYC. Issue 4 will be out July 15 - pre-order ebook or print copies directly through RedUP or enter to win one of five free copies on Goodreads. Interested in writing for the next issue? Details will be posted on this page and RedUP’s tumblr in early July.

Queerlibido new york city join audrelorde @sexworkerproblems

queerlibido:

NEW YORK CITY JOIN @AUDRELORDE PROJECT AND TRANSJUSTICE FOR OUR 10TH ANNUAL TRANS DAY OF ACTION MARCH! 
JUNE 27 | 2-5PM
CHRISTOPHER STREET PIER
FACEBOOK EVENT
MORE INFORMATION? ALOK@ALP.ORG
SPREAD THE WORD! WE WANT AT LEAST 1K FOLKS ON THE STREETS!

Angryglitter fight sexism not sexwork @sexworkerproblems

angryglitter:

*fight sexism - not sexwork*

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