On Sex Workers Rights
Since June 2011, when I volunteered for the first sex worker film festival, organised by Sex Workers Open University, now called SWARM I got in touch with sex workers rights groups in London and collaborated with all of them, in different ways over a period of seven years.
In 2012, I exhibited Looking In, Looking Out, in collaboration with English Collective of Prostitutes. Also in 2011, I started volunteering with X-Talk and helped set up free English lessons for migrant sex workers in Soho. I also co-started free pole dancing lessons for migrant sex workers and their allies at the Common House in Bethnal Green for two years.
In 2014, I attended the launch of the East London Strippers Collective and joined the group.
In 2015, I was also given the opportunity to volunteer for the Sex Workers' Opera.
In sum, from 2011 until August 2017, I spent most of time time doing community organising at many different levels. My camera was there with me many times.
On this page, some flyers I enjoyed co-designing with groups and a DIY video made with my phone in one of my last contracts in the peep show in Amsterdam.
If you want to learn more about the global movement, the Global Network of Sex Worker Projects it is a good place to begin.