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.
Great victory against criminalizing clients in the UK, from our sisters in the English Collective of Prostitutes. If progress is to be made now an amendment to the modern slavery bill has been defeated, MPs must invite us into the … Continue reading →
Prostitutes and the recession: How David Cameron’s cuts are affecting British women By Gabriella Swerling The Independent Notebook Wednesday, 1 May 2013 The sex industry like most others is feeling the effects of the credit crunch. But in a grim … Continue reading →
This path breaking conference aimed to influence the UK government’s review of the prostitution laws, learn from the experience of other countries and gather support for International Prostitutes Collective (IPC) proposals to prevent further violence and criminalisation against sex workers. … Continue reading →
The High Court in Ontario, Canada, yesterday abolished the laws banning street soliciting (communicating for the purposes of prostitution), working together from premises (bawdy house) and living off the avails of prostitution as they make sex workers more vulnerable to … Continue reading →