The all new Sexpower LIVE! From now on in ZOOM. This time the topic is "Sexworkers, Ex-Workers!". We'll talk about how things are for sexworkers and how they are treated during the corona epidemic by our government. We are talking live to sexworkers who fell between ship and shore when they needed help from the government.
Samenwerken aan positieve verandering via Participatief Actieonderzoek. Sex Worker Action Research Project van Mischa Tydeman & Minke Dijkstra.
When contact professions were banned because of corona this spring, this also applied to sex workers. The Verwey-Jonker Institute investigated what this meant for the situation of sex workers in the Hart van Brabant region. How can municipalities better support sex workers in the event of another ban, and what can we learn from this corona crisis about the position of sex workers in the long term?
I am dumbfounded. Paid sex is outdated, says the CDA. The party thinks it should be banned.
A blog written by researcher Roos de Wildt for the Verweij-Jonker Institute.
Panic, and logical… where is this going and how long will it take. Nobody knows.
The coronavirus has a huge impact, both in the health of sex workers and customers, and in terms of finances. This blog tries to answer a number of questions. Much is still unclear about the government’s financial measures. What is explained here is the current state of affairs in the Netherlands.
This report focused on the situation of migrant sex workers in the Netherlands. To carry out this report we implemented a two-step qualitative methodology.
This episode we talk about Fetishes. What is a fetish? Do you have one? What types of fetishes are there and does you partner agree with your fetishes? Join us in the conversation (in the comments below) and let us know about your fetishes! For anonymous chat and help, visit us at www.SexPower.online
This episode we talk about being Gay and coming out. Is coming out as difficult as it sounds? Do you know what to expect from parents, family and friends? What type of "Gay" are you? Tips from someone with experience...