NSWP welcomes reports that the online platform OnlyFans has reversed its decision to ban content containing “sexually-explicit conduct” on its website from October 2021, after the backlash the announcement received from its users. The plan would have resulted in a severe loss of income for many sex workers, including those who have moved online to work during the COVID-19 pandemic, and for whom OnlyFans has become a main source of income as the pandemic continues.

Ceci est un résumé de la Déclaration de Consensus de NSWP sur le Travail du Sexe, les Droits Humains et la Loi. La Déclaration de Consensus est délivré au nom des membres du NSWP et les travailleurs du sexe qu'ils représentent, y compris les travailleurs du sexe de tous les genres, de la classe, la race, l'origine ethnique, l'état de santé, l'âge, la nationalité, la citoyennet

NSWP member organisation the English Collective of Prostitutes and Dr Laura Connelly from the University of Salford have published new research that looks at EU Migrant Sex Work in the UK Post-Referendum.  

The research, conducted in 2019, shows that violence, xenophobia and threats of deportation against migrant sex workers from the European Union have risen since the EU Referendum.

Key findings from the research include: