As soon as I could, I rounded up my closest friends for a knowledge-sharing session at home in Austin. I made modifications of my own to the training documents: I edited the gendered language in the instructions as much as possible, to better accommodate trans and genderqueer folks who don’t identify as women but who might need abortions.
In 2007, one of Munich Re’s divisions, Ergo, held a party for their top salesMEN, with prostituted women as their ‘reward’. 20 prostituted women had to ‘service’ around 100 males, with colour-coded armbands being worn by all the women there. Continue reading →
A follow-up to the Poppy Project post. I don’t really have anything more to add to this article from the Guardian, except that legalising or acceptance of the concept of prostitution will allow stories like these to keep happening. Continue reading →
Eaves, a London-based charity that offer a variety of services to women, and who have also run the Poppy Project since 2003, have lost the funding, which has been granted to the Salvation Army to run the services. Continue reading →