Skip to content

Sex workers throughout modern and ancient culture have faced violence and discrimination due to criminalization. We have repeatedly sought the same rights and protections that others are entitled to under the law. The Oregon Sex Workers Committee (OSWC) continues these efforts with our stated mission to destigmatize and decriminalize sex work for consenting adults, beginning with the state of Oregon. Our intention is to empower sex workers across the industry to lead their own movement so we may all gain these basic human rights, and so that no worker must face the harms posed by the stigma and criminalization of our labor.

To access the full “Report on the State of Sex Worker Rights” click here.

Beyond Sex Work Decriminalization: Possibilities and Priorities for Marginalized Sex Workers

Public Hearing – Thursday, July 15, 2021

Oregon Sex Workers Human Rights Commission Report of the State of Sex Worker Rights
Back To Top