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Censoring Nudity

The majority of sexually explicit or pornographic content is legal. Thanks to the First Amendment, our right to communicate that legal content is protected, with the notable exceptions of “obscene” content and child pornography. But though the content itself might…

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Decriminalizing Sex Work in Vermont

The case for decriminalizing sex work has been made, over and over and over. The criminalization of sex work facilitates the policing and surveillance of women, people of color, immigrants, and LGBTQIA+ folks; it endangers sex workers’ health.  Across the…

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Lawyering for Sex Workers

This panel will focus on the legal issues surrounding sex work, human trafficking, sexual freedom, and human rights. All three panelists and the moderator are attorneys who have dedicated their careers to defending the rights of sex workers and human…

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Sex Worker Rights & Federal Civil Rights

For years, “allies” have told sex workers they have no rights and that only new legislation will protect them. In a groundbreaking decision, a federal magistrate judge in Gililland v. Southwestern Oregon Community College held that a nursing program’s targeted…

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