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

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

Financial and political constraints usually play a major role as well. Fence-sitting frequently occurs when anti-trafficking activists and organisations become worried that taking a public position on sex work would jeopardise their funding streams, alienate their supporters, and endanger their relationships with governments, corporate backers, and/or other anti-trafficking organisations.

Twenty years of activism under red umbrellas»

“The red umbrella, global symbol of sex workers' solidarity, was used for the first time in 2001 in Venice during the 49th Art Biennale. On this occasion, a group of sex workers marched through the streets of Venice with red umbrellas as part of the "prostitute pavilion" and the CODE: RED installation by Slovenian artist Tadej Pogačar.

Sex Workers Speak Out»

The Sex Workers Speak Out project gives sex workers the chance to speak out about sex work and decent work; and sex work, sexual and reproductive health & rights (SRHR) and bodily autonomy. 

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.