Help And Support You Need From Non-Profit Organizations

Updated: May 23

Here Is Where You Can.. Get The Support


Everyone needs support no matter what your career. This is especially true for those working in the adult industry. There are so many organziations worldwide whose only goal is to fight for sex workers’ rights. Below is a list of several non-profit organizations who are doing amazing work to attain those fundamental rights for everyone in the adult industry.


Here To Help

Here are some of the incredible non-profit organizations supporting sex workers:

  • The BIPOC Adult Industry Collective is a resource for education and support services to make the adult entertainment industry a safe space for everyone who chooses this labor. At BIPOC Adult Industry Collective, wellbeing is at the forefront of what they’re working together towards. Their programs and activities are designed to be a catalyst that helps community members reach their goals and fulfill their potential.

  • Pineapple Support provides 24/7 online, emotional support as well as free and subsidized professional therapy and advice to all performers and producers who have been active in the adult online industry within the past 6 months. Each of their professional therapists have been individually chosen for their sex positive outlook and support toward adult industry workers.

  • The Adult Performers Artists Guild organizes performers, past and present, to collectively bargain, provide education, health care, and protection of performers rights. They are organizing to give performers a voice, support from their industry peers, to create a better performer, and a stronger industry. The goal of APAG is to earn employee rights, set performer responsibilities, negotiate fair practices and fair wages, fight occupational discrimination, and help performers provide themselves with a better future.

  • Sex Workers Outreach Project-USA is a national social justice network dedicated to the fundamental human rights of sex workers and their communities, focusing on ending violence and stigma through education, community building, and advocacy. SWOP is committed to the safety, autonomy, and human rights of people in the sex trade, and stands in solidarity with the many social justice movements intersectional to their own, including but not limited to Black Lives Matter, disability rights, drug and immigration reform, gender equality and the LGBTQ movement, and the rights of the working class.

  • The Free Speech Coalition aims to protect the rights and freedoms of the adult industry. Their vision is of a world in which body sovereignty is recognized, sexual expression is destigmatized, and sex work is decriminalized. Their organization functions as a resource, a leader, and a tool for the communities that they serve. They take pride in fighting to alleviate the social stigma, misinformation, and discriminatory policies that affect those who work in and adjacent to the adult industry.

  • The Sex Workers Project offers legal advocacy to survivors of human trafficking and people who engage in sex work, regardless of whether they do so by choice, circumstance, or coercion. They are a national organization that defends the human rights of sex workers by destigmatizing and decriminalizing people in the sex trades through free legal services, education, research, and policy advocacy. They aim to create a sexually liberated world where all workers have the autonomy and power to fully enjoy their human rights.

  • The Desiree Alliance is a national coalition of current and former sex workers working together with supporting networks for an improved understanding of sexual policies and its human, social and political impacts of criminalization’s surrounding sex work. Their priorities are building local, regional, and national leadership to constructively advocate sex workers’ human, health, labor, and civil rights. They commit themselves to the tenets of human rights and base their foundations upon equality, empowerment, and agency, to bring those voices into constructive and productive leadership roles in the sex worker rights movements and umbrella issues unique to sex workers. They advocate for the full anti-criminalization of sex work.

  • Decriminalize Sex Work (DSW) works to improve public attitudes toward sex work and the decriminalization of prostitution through public education, policy research, and outreach. Decriminalize Sex Work is a national organization pursuing a state-by-state strategy to end the prohibition of consensual adult prostitution in the United States. They work with local organizations, advocates, and lobbyists to build community support and convince legislators to stop prostitution-related arrests. Evidence shows that decriminalizing sex work will help end human trafficking, improve public health, and promote community safety.

Sex Work Is Work

Of course, this is by no means a complete list of non-profit organizations. It is so important to have a united front in order to stand against those who would take away the rights of sex workers. Sex work is work. It’s about time that governments worldwide acknowledged that fact.

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