Celebrate International Sex Workers’ Rights Day with massage, Reiki, breathwork
Advocacy and social acceptance starts with the self and massage therapists, erotic educators, dancers and other people in the adult entertainment biz don’t often have the time, funds or sense of trust to get the self-care they need. So, come sip wine or smoothies with us, nibble chocolates and get free shoulder massages, Reiki and deep breathing guidance. Meet new friends and help us plan for future events. Adult entertainer allies welcome. Festive, rejuvenating community vibe, no hardcore partying stress.
Gathering goes till midnight and is walking distance from downtown St. Pete night life!
Read about the hsitory of this empowerment day here.
Email email@example.com or call 727 280 6778 for details and EXACT LOCATION.
SWOP Tampa Bay would like to say that while every effort should be made to prevent the trafficking of adults and children into the sex market (or any other labor market), SWOP maintains that sex work is not synonymous with human trafficking. SWOP supports all workers involved in the sex industry–either by choice, coercion, or circumstance. SWOP does not recruit sex workers nor does it try to rescue them. SWOP Tampa Bay exists as a network of current and former sec workers and their allies, as a community resource.
this holiday season, my sweets!
Come find Adult Entertainer Support Network/SWOP at Genaro Coffee St. Pete on January 13th! xoxoxoxo
Here is a photo from part of our alter at the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, the first public SWOP event of the Tampa Bay chapter.
And a gallery of photos from other chapter events across the world.
Find SWOP Tampa Bay twice a month at Genaro Coffee in St. Pete.
Since we are so new, we have not had a chance to take our own photos. Here is a lfyer for our first SWOP event, in honor of a national day to promote healing and safety in the sexual entertainment industry.
Please come, we can’t wait to meet you!
Meanwhile, here are images from SWOP events and events from related groups all over the world. They don’t belong to us. You can find them by doing a Google search for “sex worker rights”. In other parts of the world, the term “sex worker” has come to mean “empowered adult entertainer. These photos show that.
Thanks to Eros Guide for putting money towards events for Dec. 17, 2013!