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Much has changed for all of us over the last year. But one thing has remained the same: Our collective commitment to creating a world where no person is bought, sold or exploited. When we had to cancel our scheduled May, national conference, we continued to connect, collaborate and learn from one another with our Speakers Series webinars. The series was launched in April, and has continued unabated throughout Because facilitating connection is what World Without Exploitation is all about. The series is a monthly digital gathering - the second Thursday of each month from pm eastern - hosted by World Without Exploitation and curated with our coalition membership in mind. See you online!
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Whether you are trying to conceive or looking to avoid pregnancy without birth control , timing can make all the difference in the world. One of the more common questions asked by women is whether you can get pregnant if you have had sex immediately before, during, or immediately following your period. While the answers are not always cut-and-dry, there are times when pregnancy is more likely and others when the chances are pretty slim. By and large, your likelihood of conceiving right before your period is low.
Police regularly target, harass, and assault sex workers or people they think are sex workers , such as trans women of color. The police usually get away with the abuse because sex workers fear being arrested if they report. Protecting sex workers from police violence is just one of the reasons we need to decriminalize sex work. It would also help sex workers access health care, lower the risk of violence from clients, reduce mass incarceration, and advance equality in the LGBTQ community, especially for trans women of color, who are often profiled and harassed whether or not we are actually sex workers. In the call for decriminalization has made progress, but there are still widespread misconceptions about sex work and sex workers that are holding us back.