Who's Allowed To Make Money Workers In Solidarity

Loves, let me get right into it.

The world is topsy-turvy right now.  There is no better time to make a change against oppressive systems than now.

Want to join us in making a difference? Join us from anywhere in the world on July 22nd for a 22 hour Global  Impact Event and Bashment.  Groups and artists from Australia, Canada, The U.S. and Europe are uniting to bring you non-stop edutainment. Workshops, symposiums, DJs, burlesque and variety showcases and so much more!

Demand economic justice for all our workers and artists who are being left out of financial support conversations by local government. You can do that by helping The Black Sex Worker Collective raise money and awareness to directly support impacted communities, which is all too often Black and POC members of society.

Reframe who we think workers are. Reframe who we think is worthy of living, have the right to healthcare, the right to housing, the right to have a family. Sex Worker Rights is NEVER an isolated issue. It is an intersectional framework which underpins many social uprisings that we see happening today. 

Sex Workers and other freelance artists/entrepreneurs in the U.S. have been greatly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. There is no plan to support these community whilst entrapping them when they choose to work rather than starve. Local police stings setting up sex workers are also fining them astronomical amounts of money when they righteously defy the hypocritical rules currently in place .

Additionally, local governments are using this crisis as an excuse to stop sex workers from working in the future. This is being spread from the U.S. to Germany and even in India. We can't let these communities suffer because we think their fight has nothing to do with the current humxn rights crisis happening globally.

Support us by making a tax deductible donation to our fundraiser. You may also buy merchandise and purchase tickets to our marathon virtual gathering. If you can't make a donation or purchase a ticket, please, PLEASE share this with as many community members, as many times as possible until we exceed our goal.

#WATMM
#SexWorkerLivesMatter
#Globalimpact2020
#SexWorkerRights
#BlackSexWorkers
#THEBSWC
#SexIsWork

In Solidarity,
Akynos
BSWC Executive Director

Donations

  • Nightshade Designs 
    • $100 
    • 7 d
  • Zachary Murphy 
    • $25 
    • 9 d
  • Daniela Da Silva 
    • $20 
    • 10 d
  • Kisha Elder 
    • $25 
    • 13 d
  • Kelsey Wilde 
    • $10 
    • 16 d
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Organizer and beneficiary

The Black SWC 
Organizer
New York, NY
Janneyra Verduzco Social And Environmental Entrepreneurs 
Beneficiary
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