We envisage a society where we as sex workers have equal status in society and are free to pursue our occupation safely, on our own terms without fear of criminalisation, stigma or discrimination.
The police, NGOs and others involved in ordering and conducting raids are generally not sensitive to the complex trajectory of the individuals they encounter during raids. This research report examines why.read more
Are you a current or past sex worker? Are you passionate about sex workers rights, health and wellbeing? This job may be for you. Closes 21 Dec 2018.read more
Queensland laws and policing practices unnecessarily endanger sex workers. ‘Sex workers are forced to choose between working safely or legally’, Kayla Rose, sex worker and committee member of DecrimQLD said.read more
Jenny is a Respect Inc founding member, previously with United Sex Workers North Queensland (USNQ) & SQWISI.read more
I’m the Career Development Peer here at Respect and I’m based in the Brisbane office. I’ve been a sex worker for the past eight years, based mostly in Brisbane.read more
The Respect Inc state coordinator is Elena Jeffreys, based in Townsville.read more