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Sexarbeider og feminist, ja visst!

- Det er feministers fordømte plikt å kjempe for alle kvinners rett til å selv velge hvordan de bruker kropp og seksualitet, gjør de ikke det er det anti-feminisme, skriver den australske kjønnsforskeren Lauren Rosewarn.

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Sexarbeidere møter motstand fra 8. mars-komiteen»

– Jeg mener ikke at alle skal være enige om alt, men en inkluderende feminisme, er feminisme uten drittadferd. Å rive i stykker bannere, er drittadferd. Å kalle oss ‘den internasjonale hallik og menneskehandels mafiaen’, er det drittadferd, sier Andrés Lekanger. 

GMB launches Scotland's first sex workers' union»

Rhea Wolfson, GMB organiser for Glasgow, was instrumental in setting up the branch. She told the BBC Scotland news website: "For many years, GMB has supported the decriminalisation of sex work to better protect workers. Sex work is work and it should be safe.

NZ sex work model a world leader, expert says»

Joep Rottier visited Aotearoa for several months in 2015 and 2016 and talked to people across the sex industry after he learned of New Zealand's unique model that sees both sex workers and clients decriminalised - a model he describes as both pragmatic and rational. 

No sex please, we're striking: Women take to London's streets to protest cuts and 'discriminatory laws jeopardising safety' of sex workers for International Women's Day»

Strikers are demanding that their work is decriminalised so they can work collectively, keep each other safe and organise better working conditions