National and local LGBTQ-rights organizations in Washington, D.C., are lending their activist voices to demand lawmakers sign a bill that would decriminalize sex work in the District of Columbia. On Wednesday, members of the coalition went around the nation’s capital to drop off a letter […]
“Criminalizing adults engaging in consensual sex work, often for survival, impedes sex workers’ access to health care services, puts them at risk of physical abuse from clients and police, and increases their vulnerability to exploitation."https://t.co/eC2EYXpYrk
— Lambda Legal (@LambdaLegal) October 3, 2019
Decriminalizing sex work is essential to the health and safety of the transgender community.
— National Center for Transgender Equality (@TransEquality) October 2, 2019
#BREAKING: We joined 71 #LGBTQ & allied orgs to deliver a letter to @councilofdc asking the DC Council to support @cmdgrosso’s bill to repeal laws criminalizing selling & purchasing of sex by adults. #SexWorkIsWork #DecrimNow! @charlesallen
— Lambda Legal (@LambdaLegal) October 2, 2019