We work with any sex worker that needs help advocating for their rights (be that escorts or dancers, men or women, cisgender or transgender,etc). An anti-oppression perspective is important in our ability to advocate for rights.
We are a sex worker led organisation as all political actions and community organising efforts are decided by and directed by sex workers.
1. Getting legal justice for those who have faced violence from police and other security officials. Every lawyer we have approached has told us that 'sex workers have no rights' or that if they wanted to help us, funders would heavily disapprove and discontinue their funding. Despite clear legal evidence of law violations, there has been no reprisal for justice.
2. Dealing with social stigma....
Our mission is to document human rights violations, educate (both the public and the sex worker community) and community organise. Underlying our mission is the principle to provide resources so sex workers can continue to advocate for their own rights, rather than by ill-informed non-sex workers.