Wednesday, December 17, 2014 at 4pm
December 17, 2014 4:00 pm
Canal St. at Bourbon
New Orleans, Louisiana
Social meetups for local providers, dancers, escorts, anyone in the biz, etc. Anyone working in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, or the rest of Louisiana (or even along the Gulf Coast, if you want to drive that far) is welcome. No clients, no outsiders (unless otherwise stated).
On hiatus, because we’re all super busy and planning stuff is hard.
If you want to take this on, awesome! Let us know.
We can help with funding and refreshments, etc. For a lot of us, paying for stuff is easier than planning it. We are hoping and praying that’s not true for all sex workers in New Orleans, because we would love it if someone came along who really, really likes planning stuff
Come to the Burgundy Picture House – 4117 Burgundy (in the Bywater) this Wednesday, March 19 to celebrate the Sex Workers’ Rights movement with a film screening, keg o’ beer, and nachos!
International Sex Workers’ Rights Day was March 3rd, but that was Lundi Gras, so we’re celebrating NOW!
The main attraction: Live Nude Girls Unite!
We’ll also be showing various and sundry short sex-work themed and/or sex-worker made videos.
See you there!
From the meeting on 1/23/14:
Reasons why women (all sex workers, but as their name suggests, WWAV focuses on female-identified people) choose to do sex work. They want a variety of sex workers represented in this project, so they have requested help from us. What they need is brief explanations/quotes from us about why we chose to go into sex work.
If you are or ever have been a sex worker (anyone who works in the sex industry, regardless of the type of work you do or its criminal status), we want to hear from you!
You may submit anything from a short sentence to a story.
You may use the comments section of this page to submit your answer anonymously. Thanks!
In case you hadn’t heard, the fight to remove sex workers required to register as sex offenders in Louisiana solely for a CANS conviction has been a success!!
This past Tuesday (June 11 2013), U.S District Judge Martin Feldman approved the settlement agreement between the Center for Constitutional Rights and Louisiana Attorney General James “Buddy” Caldwell’s office that will remove approximately 700 individuals from the sex offender registry who had been required to register solely because of a Crime Against Nature by Solicitation (CANS) conviction. Continue reading