Evidence suggests that people in the sex trade may be just as endangered by law enforcement and well meaning anti-trafficking organizations as they are by bad management and predators.
How do our laws affect people who are in the sex trade, whether by choice, force, or circumstance?
What are the ways in which laws addressing sex trafficking harm they people they’re mean to protect?
Join our panel of advocacy experts and people with related experience to explore these and other questions.
Ceyenne Doroshow, a former escort and author of Cooking in Heels
Elene Lam, Founder of Butterfly—Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Support Network
Tobi Hill-Meyer, an educator and public speaker on sexuality and LGBTQ issues
Emi Koyama, a social justice activist and writer
This event is the kickoff panel for SASS: The Seattle Annual Sex Work Symposium
Presented by: Sex Workers Outreach Project of Seattle