Respect QLD | Support for Queensland sex workers

Our vision is for sex work to be recognised as work and as such fully decriminalised.

We envisage a society where we as sex workers have equal status in society and are free to pursue our occupational safely, on our own terms without fear of criminalisation, stigma or discrimination.

Respect Inc – who are we?

Respect Inc – who are we?

Respect Inc is a non-profit, peer-based organisation focused on protecting and promoting the rights, health & wellbeing of Queensland sex workers. We are a sex worker rights-positive and rights-focused community organisation. All of our Management Committee, Volunteers and Staff are current or former sex workers.

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From Facebook

17 hours ago

Respect Inc

If you are a sex worker in Qld & need:
⭐️ Safer sex supplies
⭐️ Tips on how to reinforce safer sex practices in your bookings
⭐️ Resources on sexually transmissible infections
⭐️ Referrals for screening/testing

Get in contact with us
respectqld.org.au/contact-us/
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20 hours ago

Respect Inc

‪”If there is anything feminists should be in agreement on, it’s our right to make our own decisions about how we use our bodies.” ‬

‪http://theconversation.com/radical-feminists-objection-to-sex-work-is-profoundly-un-feminist-81333‬

‪#TERF #SWERF ‬
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2 days ago

Respect Inc

Welcome to the Cairns office for AGM nibbles and drinks after.Member Notice:
Our 2019 Annual General Meeting
is this Friday 22nd November at 1.30pm

Members invited to attend.

Details at: respectqld.org.au/respect-inc-agm-2019/
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From Twitter

Today is #TransDayOfRemembrance. We remember those taken by acts of violence & discrimination. We honor the bravery & strength of 331 lost this year, many of them women of color & sex workers by continuing to fight against stigma & for a better, brighter future.

Today we remember and honour those who have lost their lives at the hands of transphobic violence and discrimination. We recognise that trans liberation cannot happen without decolonisation and anti-racism, and sex work decriminalisation! #TDoR2019 https://tgeu.org/tmm-update-trans-day-of-remembrance-2019

WATCH: Trans Aussies reflect on the Transgender Day of Remembrance https://qnews.com.au/watch-trans-aussies-reflect-on-transgender-day-of-remembrance/ #LGBT #tdor #transgender

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