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|Sex Workers and Mental Health|
|Date||Wednesday May 24|
|Time||7:30 PM - 10:30 PM|
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|The Women's Building, 3543 18th St, Audre Lorde Room, San Francisco, CA 94110|
|Organizer/Author||In Conjunction with San Francisco Bay Area S|
Sex Workers are diverse in our identities, choices, and challenges. We deal with multiple intersecting oppressions and we face shared and individual stigma. We invite sex workers and supporters to join us for a panel on "Sex Workers and Mental Health." Attend to hear sex workers, learn our challenges and strategies, and contribute your support as an ally.
Speakers include: Delphine Brody, Kimberlee Kline, Laura LeMoon and Cinnamon Maxxine. Moderated by Laure McElroy
Sex Workers are diverse in our identities, choices and challenges. We deal with multiple intersecting oppressions and we face shared and individual stigma. We invite sex workers and supporters to join us to for a panel on "Sex Workers and Mental Health." The San Francisco Bay Area Sex Worker Film and Arts Festival presents this evening's event in conjunction with a 10 day long series of political, healing, arts and film events from May 19-28 in this 10th Biennial festival. sexworkerfest.com Speakers include: Delphine Brody, Laura LeMoon, Kimberlee Kline and Cinnamon Maxxine. Moderated by Laure McElroy
Visit the Eventbrite aite at sexworkers,eventbrite.com and get those FREE tickets now. Or feel free to opted for a donation ticket which we also appreciate.We appreciate your input and support.
We encourage you to buy a Festival Pass to support our project. As you see below, all event Festival Passes are offered on a sliding scale from $80-150. Movie passes are $40-60 and you can also buy tickets to individual events linked here at Eventbrite and at the door (but some may sell out, so tickets can help). We also offer a NOTAFLOF policy and 'Special Guest Passes' to all events. Visit sexworkerfest.com for lots of information about the Festival.
The Sex Worker Fest is offering on a sliding scale at the door of the event and we also put aside some tickets for that purpose. We offer a NOTAFLOF (No One Turned Away For Lack Of Funds) policy.
If you are a current/former sex worker and are very eager to attend but need assistance such as a 'Special Guest Pass' we really want you to contact us at sexworkerfest [at] gmail.com! Please don't hesitate!
Or perhaps you would consider donating to our festival to support others who may not have funds.
If you need additional information, locations, etc. email sexworkerfest [at] gmail.com or call (415) 857-5425.