Escort Advice Links

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Links to advice for escorts i.e. safety, business practices etc. Links and short explanations only, please.
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MyHoneysuckle's escort web design and marketing tips: http://www.myhoneysuckle.com/escort-marketing-tips
http://hoshookerscallgirlsrentboys.com/ activism and Sex Worker Literati
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Just a few more:

http://www.desireealliance.org/default.htm a coalition of sex workers, health professionals, social scientists, professional sex educators, and their supporting networks working together for an improved understanding of the sex industry and its human, social and political impacts.

http://www.swopusa.org

a national social justice network dedicated to the fundamental human rights of sex workers and their communities, focusing on ending violence and stigma through education and advocacy.

http://site.sexworkersforchoice.org/
A Toledo based activist group supporting sex positive culture and personal freedoms.

http://www.swopusa.org/en/chapters links to local SWOP chapters across the country

boundnotgagged a blog for/by sex workers

http://www.bestpracticespolicy.org/ an organization dedicated to creating excellence amongst organizations and advocates working with sex workers in the United States

http://www.bayswan.org/penet.html academic, political and occupational safety/health information about sex work.

http://stjamesinfirmary.org/ provides compassionate and non-judgmental healthcare and social services for all sex workers while preventing occupational illnesses and injuries through a comprehensive continuum of services.

http://www.sexworkersproject.org/ protects and promotes the rights of individuals who engage in sex work, regardless of whether they do so by choice, circumstance, or coercion.

http://www.sexworkawareness.org/ aims to empower our diverse community by building the capacity of sex worker-serving and sex worker member-based institutions as well as the skills and resources of sex workers themselves. Also conduct research about sex workers and the sex industry.


***If you want to get involved as an outspoken activist/ally, they offer amazing media training courses. Details are on their site***


HIPS a Washington, DC based group that assists female, male, and transgender individuals engaging in sex work in in leading healthy lives.

PONY (Prostitues of New York) a support and advocacy group for all people in the sex industry


COYOTE (Call Off Your Old Tired Ethics) works for the repeal of the prostitution laws and an end to the stigma associated with sexual work.


http://www.tradesecretsguide.blogspot .com/ health and safety in the sex industry




What to do if you're arrested:
http://www.scapa-lv.org/legal_know_your_rights.htm

http://redlightchicago.wordpress.com...hat-not-to-do/


International

Scarlet Alliance Australian sex workers association

http://www.sexworkeurope.org/ International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe






not a sex worker advice link per se, but a center for sex positivism based in Seattle, WA. A lot of polyamorists present their researches too:
http://www.sexpositiveculture.org/

here the best university for studying sexology and a general sex positive approach also useful for providers:

http://www.iashs.edu/index.html
What Does "Clock Free" Mean?

http://www.eccie.net/showthread.php?t=60707
Audacia ray - a former sexworker promotes sex positivism and educates sexworkers:
http://audaciaray.com/
Wow! Excellent resources people''''''''''''''''''''''
an UK provider offering support as well - lovely blog

http://madisonsmassage.blogspot.com/
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