The US PROStitutes Collective (US PROS) is a multiracial network of women who work or have worked in different areas of the sex industry. Founded in 1982, US PROS campaigns for the decriminalization of prostitution and for justice, protection and resources so that no woman, young person or man is forced into prostitution through poverty or violence.
Category Archives: In Defense of Prostitute Women’s Safety
A Women’s History Month event: Saturday March 19, 2pm Redstone Building, Rm 302, 2940 16th St. SF (near 16th/Mission BART) Over 200 women missing in LA! 100 believed to be victims of serial murderers. Participate in a Day of Solidarity with … Continue reading →
Action Alert from the US PROStitutes Collective URGENT: The vote on the New Hampshire Bill HB1614 to decriminalize prostitution was postponed last week and will be voted on tomorrow February 17! Legislators are hearing from people in NH opposed to … Continue reading →
Tuesday, November 12, 6pm to 7:30pm SF Public library, Latina/Hispanic Meeting Room, lower level, 100 Larkin Street, SF (Civic Center BART) Speakers: Rachel West, US PROStitutes CollectiveIn Defense of Prostitute Women’s Safety ProjectMaxine Doogan, Erotic Service Providers Union A speaker from … Continue reading →
In Defense of Prostitute Women’s Safety Project presents Recovering from Rape or Sexual Assault? A Self Help Alternative Healing Workshop Are you and/or someone you know trying to recover from/deal with rape or sexual assault? This workshop will introduce … Continue reading →
The In Defense of Prostitute Women’s Safety Project and the US PROStitutes Collective will be giving testimony at a Hearing on Labor and Safety Conditions of Exotic Dancers in San Francisco called by the Commission on the Status of Women … Continue reading →
ALL WOMEN WELCOME! In Defense of Prostitute Women’s Safety Project and Idriss Stelley Foundation present: Justice is a Vital Healer A Self-Help Alternative Healing Workshop Are you or someone you know trying to recover from rape, sexual assault, racist attacks … Continue reading →