• Media — We respond to pressing news items effecting our sex worker communities by issuing press releases and statements. We connect local and national media contacts with members of our SWOP network to speak to issues affecting sex workers today. We maintain active social media to educate the public and increase the capacity of sex worker rights advocates.
  • Advocacy — We support local advocacy efforts by providing resources, funding, signal boosting, and making connections with people engaged in similar work in other parts of the country.
  • Community Meetings and Events – On the second Tuesday of every month we hold a community meeting. Each meeting has a different topic, but is open to either former and current sex workers ONLY, or we have meetings where allies are invited to attend.