Finansinstitusjonene: De nye sex krigerne?

Om det kommersielle sexmarkedet brukes som brekkstang for sensur av nettsteder og webportaler hvor eksplisitt sex er tilgjengelig, kan man spørre seg om hva som står i veien for sensur av andre nettsteder.

Astrid Renland


Eksternt Media

Sex Worker Pride 2021»

Sex Worker Pride began in 2019 and is an opportunity to celebrate and share stories of sex workers’ self-determination and the achievements of the sex worker rights movement.

Sex workers applaud Andrews Government's decriminalisation announcement»

Vixen Collective and Scarlet Alliance welcome the announcement by the Andrews government committing to decriminalise sex work in Victoria.

It's time to get off the fence on sex workers’ rights»

This new feature focuses upon the third and final camp: anti-trafficking activists and organisations who try their best to avoid taking a clear public position on the legal status of commercial sex.

Sex Workers Want More Than Just the Right to Work»

Decriminalization, which we see in New Zealand and a few states in Australia, does essentially get criminal laws out of sex workers’ work lives when it comes to their work. Sex workers still can and do bring cases around sexual harassment, sexual violence, wage theft. Not being regarded as criminals themselves mean that they can actually use the law to protect themselves in the ways they need to.