Most workers have the same rights, right? Umm … no.

Sex work is work. And all workers have rights.

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Two people go to work.

Some basic rights go along with that, like the right to good working conditions, the right to fair pay, and the right to choose or refuse clients. And especially, the right to safety on the job.

Sex work is also work. And all workers deserve rights.

Here are some resources for learning more about sex workers and their rights: Sex Workers Outreach Project, Young Women's Empowerment Project, and for legal assistance, Red Light Legal.

An eye-opening Tumblr thread posted to Reddit shows how federal Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs designed to help disabled people actually help keep them in poverty.

Reddit user iDogeYT posted this thread that explains how people with disabilities are not allowed to have more than $2,000 to their name or the benefits they depend on are automatically shut off.

This leaves them unable to save for a rainy day, educational opportunities, or to buy a home or car.

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