They're Harassed And Criminalized. But Could They Be The Solution To A Big Sex Industry Problem?

Sex workers are often on the front lines for spotting sex trafficking, but they don't speak up. Here's why.

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An original by Red Light District Chicago, a sex work advocacy organization. Learn more about the difference between "choice" and "force" in sex work by checking out SWOP-USA (and hey, maybe even follow 'em on Twitter, if you'd like). And big thanks go to Serpent Libertine and Clarisse Thorn for bringing this to our attention!

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Carly Gillis

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