Since 2002, October 5th has been observed yearly as International Day of No Prostitution. Started in Australia and the United States, it is now observed across the globe not only as a day of remembrance for women who have lost their lives in the sex trade, … Continue Reading ››
Fifteen thousand years before the Pilgrims arrived at Plymouth Rock, these lands were watched over by the Wampanoag, who called themselves Pokanoket. These people followed matrilineal inheritance, with women holding and inheriting property regardless of marital status. They were also matrilocal, with married couples going to live with the woman’s … Continue Reading ››
Today, we take a moment to acknowledge that true liberation will not be achieved under a government that continues the exploitation and commodification of women. Public health approaches in understanding sexploitation are necessary to understand how upstream factors, such as domestic … Continue Reading ››
AF3IRM Portland is bringing awareness to #DayOfNoSexploitation with a banner drop! As a new chapter in AF3IRM, we are proud to be part of this anti-imperialist, transnational feminist organization, and be part of the change.
Sex trafficking rates have especially increased during COVID-19. In the media, we … Continue Reading ››
We of AF3IRM Seattle continue to fight against the Genocide of Womankind and even further to call for a Day of No Sexploitation. Sexploitation, or the exploitation of women and girls for sex, is one of the most commonly unseen but overrepresented ways … Continue Reading ››