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This December 17th marks the 8th annual International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. In San Francisco, Sex Workers Outreach Project San Francisco, sex worker Annie Sprinkle, and St James Infirmary will host a candlelight vigil and remembrance ritual.

The ceremony will feature a performance piece followed by a candlelight vigil and a reading of the names of sex workers killed this year. Attendants will carry red umbrellas (the symbol of the sex workers rights movement) and signs with names and photos of some of the victims that will be remembered.

After the ceremony at City Hall, participants are invited to the Center for Sex and Culture for a sex work edition of Naked Girls Reading.

4:17 pm– Performance Piece “Sex Worker Scream”

5:00 pm– Candlelight vigil and memorial

9:00 pm– Naked Girls Reading, Sex Work Edition at the Center for Sex and Culture



Annie Sprinkle is one of the sex workers that spearheaded this event and will be one of the special guest readers at Naked Girls Reading – San Francisco. Sadie Lune, an international woman of intrigue, performance art and renowned sex worker will also be a special guest reader.
The theme for this event is reading literature written by sex workers, including: the new highly acclaimed memoir, Some Girls by Jillian Lauren, Scarlot Harlot’s Unrepentant Whore, Georgina Spelvin’s The Devil Made Me Do It and more…

Where: Center for Sex and Culture. 1519 Mission Street @ 11th Street, SF
When: Friday, December 17th. Doors: 8:30pm. Event: 9:00 – 10:30pm
How much: $15.00 general. $20.00 Front Row
Advanced Tickets: via PayPal: Stephanie@LadyMonster.com
Must be over 18. There will be actual nudity.

 

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