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.
July 6, 2017 6:00 AM CBS SF Bay Area SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — “Did you f*** her first or did you pay her first?” a man nonchalantly asked his friend outside a cluster of massage parlors on Kearny Street in … Continue reading →
Please see Action Alert issued by the English Collective of Prostitutes, sister organization of US PROS, and share it with your networks on social media and contacts. Also see sample letter below that you can adapt and send in to … Continue reading →
> From our sisters in the English Collective of Prostitutes June 5, 2017 Why moral objections to sex work are hypocritical. Niki Adams | Spokeswoman, English Collective of Prostitutes, Adams campaigns for the decriminalisation of sex work and … Continue reading →
US PROS flyer sex worker film festival Les Prostitutées de Lyon Parlent – The Prostitutes of Lyon Speak by Carole Roussopoulos On 3 June 1975, 150 prostitute women occupied the church of St. Nizier, one of the main churches in the centre of Lyon, … Continue reading →
US PROS took part in the IWS in Oakland with women in 50 other countries participating. We spoke at the main rally (see video link) at Oscar Grant Plaza, which was packed with thousands of people, and our statement was … Continue reading →
Posted by thenationreport SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA – The 14th Annual International Day to End Violence Against Sex workers was organized by the US PROStitutes Collective (US PROS), a network of former or current workers and their supporters in all areas … Continue reading →
Tenderloin Museum and the Center for Sex & Culture present: Wednesday January 25th, 2017 Doors: 5:30 pm Program: 6-8 pm Procession: 8-9 pm Presented by the Tenderloin Museum and the Center for Sex & Culture SAN FRANCISCO, CA (January 2017) … Continue reading →