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Sex Workers Outreach Project New Orleans SWOP-NOLA – Banner Link

If you’d like to link to the SWOP-NOLA website, please do! Copy and paste the code below and plop it onto your site (in the HTML editor).

This is the SWOP-NOLA (Sex Workers Outreach Project-New Orleans) banner link.  You can copy the code below if you'd like to post this link on your own site to help promote SWOP-NOLA.

This is the SWOP-NOLA (Sex Workers Outreach Project-New Orleans) banner link. You can copy the code below if you’d like to post this link on your own site to help promote SWOP-NOLA.


This will create a clickable image (that pink banner above) on your site that links to ours.

Contact us (or just comment below) to let us know you’ve linked to us, and we’ll put a link to your site (or a mention of your business or organization, etc.) on our supporters page. This way, you’ve done your good deed for the day (by promoting SWOP-NOLA, which is a truly awesome cause–not that I’m biased or anything), and we’ve reciprocated that good deed by promoting you, your business, or your cause on our site.
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Info Flyer for Tabling: Escorts, Service Providers, Strippers


SWOP-NOLA info flyer for tabling –
Calling all local sex workers:

Escorts, Service Providers, Strippers / Exotic Dancers, Camgirls, Professional Companions, Roleplay / Fantasy / Fetish Professionals, FBSM / Erotic / Sensual Massage Practitioners, Adult Entertainers, and Friends in New Orleans

I made this flyer with the intent to put them out at an event last night, and then it was too late to make copies. But! If you’d like to distribute it, go ahead and print it out yourself. I was going to xerox it in black and white, but I guess if you want to pay for color copies, that’s on you.

Two flyers per page, obviously. That’s because I’m cheap, and a smaller flyer is easier to fold up and jam in your pocket. No one likes a big flyer, seriously. That shit is just unwieldy.

UPDATE: New version from 3/2015 (added facebook, twitter, email, removed outdated meeting schedule):

SWOP-NOLA Info Flyer for tabling, etc. 2015

Updated March 2015 – png version


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September 1, 2012 – Hurricane Isaac Power Outage – We’re Back!

September 3 Update:

Power is back on, internet is still off. Answering emails whenever I’m able to get to a coffee shop. Hope everyone fared well during and after the storm and the power outage!! Now about those flyers…

As always, if you’d like to get on the email list, use this contact form or email swop.nola@gmail.com. This is also a great way to volunteer to post flyers around town… 😉

September 1 email:

Just letting everyone know that I’ll respond to messages soon. I haven’t had electricity or internet since…Monday I think, and I’m checking email at a coffee shop right now. I do see your emails and Facebook messages, and I’ll get to them when there aren’t people breathing down my neck, and evil-eyeing me for taking too long charging my laptop and phone, lol.

So yeah, I have no A/C, no wifi, no lights, no nothin’…but FedEx came with the flyers today, lol. So I’ll be posting them soon, but probably not until I get power back and have my house in order. However, if you’d like to get a head start on that, I’ll drop some off to you wherever you are; just let me know!

Thanks!

New Flyer!! What is a Sex Worker?

Sent off the printing order for the “What is a Sex Worker?” flyers. I probably should have made a “clean” version with all the naughty words semi-censored, but oh well. Maybe next time (or maybe someone else wants to stare at Photoshop for hours on end to make one?). If you’d like to help distribute them (posting on bulletin boards at local businesses, a little guerilla marketing with staple guns and telephone poles…), let me know!

This is what the flyer will look like. If you’d like to print out a few of your own, feel free! Or, you can link to them on your site.

What is a sex worker?

SWOP-NOLA flyer - What is a sex worker?  Sex Workers Outreach Project - New Orleans

SWOP-NOLA flyer – What is a sex worker? Sex Workers Outreach Project – New Orleans