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HEALTH

St. James Infirmary offers free, confidential, nonjudgmental medical and social services for sex workers (current or former) of all genders and sexual orientations. We are the first occupational safety and health clinic for sex workers run by and for sex workers!

Free health care for sex workers
1372 Mission St., SF
Hours: Tu 12-3pm, W & Th 6-9pm
(415) 554-8494

San Francisco Sex Information is a hotline and email service that provides free, confidential, accurate, non-judgmental information about sex  (415) 989-SFSI (7374)

BLOGS

Tits and Sass is a group blog run by sex workers who saw a void when it came to witty commentary on the public image of our industry. The ideas promoted about us in the public eye have an impact on the realities of our lives as sex workers every bit as strong as the law, so we’re not letting any more dead hooker or stripper bones jokes pass by without comment.

The Whorecast by Souxsie Q provides you a glimpse into her world of sex work. Siouxsie strives to humanize people in the sex industry by sharing their stories, art, and voices.

BOOKS

St, James Infirmary’s Occupational Health & Safety Manual for Sex Workers 2010 ed. PDF Copy: sji occu and safety 2010. This handbook is a must have for sex workers and our allies in the community! The first half of the book is devoted to harm reduction, health, safety and legal rights, and the second half has information for 720 local, national and international resources relevant to the lives of sex workers.”

Email us at BayAreaSWOP@gmail.com to suggest books for our Resources page.

Check out our E-Library and Amazon Affiliate Info here.

ZINES  &  ARTICLES

Go Fuck Yourself is a mini-zine devoted to D.I.Y. sex toys and Gender Bending Devices (2001? Oakland, CA)

PDF: Go_Fuck_Yourself

HO LOVER: About Dating & Friending Sex Workers by Sunny (2011)

PDF: HOLOVER

Email us at BayAreaSWOP@gmail.com to send digital copies of zines for our Resources page.

EVENTS

SFQueer.com is an online calendar  of mostly gay-related events in the San Francisco Bay Area. Additional, non-gay specific events, are about people creating local, direct live entertainment, community resources, and harm reduction services.

See our Events page and Community Calendar