Stripping Back The Law... Keeping Sex Workers Safe
In today's episode we talk to Cari Mitchell, a spokeswoman for the English Collective of Prostitutes, about her work to decriminalise prostitution and keep sex workers safe, why people go into sex work, and the need to centre sex workers in discussions about regulating the industry.For more information, to support their work, or to access help, find the English Collective of Prostitutes at prostitutescollective.net, or follow them on Twitter at @prostitutescoll, Facebook at @proscoll and Instagram at @ecp_org to keep updated on their great work. WARNING: This content may not be suitable for all audiences. Check out the accompanying blog post at lawaccordingtoaking.blogspot.com to learn about the fight to decriminalise prostitution, and the problems with the law that prevent sex workers from staying safe and getting help. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn at @lawaccordingtoaking, Twitter at @lawaccording, or email us on email@example.com with your questions, comments and ideas. Music: https://www.purple-planet.com "Phoenix Rising"