by Lauren C. Williams Aug 30, 2015
"This is a high-profile case sitting on a mountain of evidence that no one cared about because [the perception is] sex workers' lives don't matter. But sex workers' lives do matter."
by Andrew Breiner Jul 31, 2015
Amnesty International sparked an outcry this week when it released a draft proposal calling for decriminalizing sex work. But is it a good idea?
by Zack Ford Jul 28, 2015
Celebrities who oppose a plan to decriminalize sex work are missing an important part of the story.
by Zack Ford Jan 26, 2015
Monica Jones will have another chance to find justice under Phoenix's vague but harsh sex work laws that often profile transgender women.
by Zack Ford Sep 29, 2014
California remains on the forefront of creating protections for LGBT people.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Sep 16, 2014
"The fact that sex trafficking is happening here forces us to face some uncomfortable realities about why that is."
by Alyssa Peterson - Guest Contributor Aug 27, 2014
A proposed anti-trafficking measure is hitting some roadblocks in D.C. because some city officials believe children sometimes "prostitute through their own volition."
by Tara Culp-Ressler May 13, 2014
It's the first step toward making sure being practicing safe sex isn't a liability.
by Zack Ford Apr 16, 2014
An attempt to reduce sex work in Phoenix, Arizona has led to trans women experiencing more police profiling. Last week, Monica Jones was convicted for what she calls, "walking while trans."
by Tara Culp-Ressler Dec 16, 2013
The number of people dying from AIDS in Louisiana is more than twice the national average. A new report blames that partly on the aggressive police force in New Orleans.