emigrl

Activist, writer, rogue intellectual. See my regular blog for longer stuff.
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There are two new reports for this month.

New report from female worker:

Justin P. Male. Asian. 36yo. Said rude, traumatizing, inappropriate things, didn’t pay.

New report from male worker:

Jeep Wagoneer W. Male. 18-20yo, 6ft, long blond hair. Initially friendly & nice. Took worker to motel room, said “I want your seed, Bitch!” then forced worker to mount him, without a condom.

Download PDF version here.

Also, here’s the form to report bad dates (PDF). You can fill it out for yourself, or ask someone at Outside In or Portland Women’s Crisis Line to help fill it. You can also help someone file report using this form, at the survivor’s initiative of course.

#notyourrescueproject button from emi

#notyourrescueproject button from emi

Health Sciences School, CEDI, Health Equity Circle, and MSA Present:

Common Book Series and Diversity Cafe Event:

EMI KOYAMA with special guest Adrie the Superdog

"SYSTEM FAILURE ALERT!: Building Power for Street Youth and Others Navigating Social and Medical Services"

Long-time anti-violence activist and writer Emi Koyama will discuss the increased paternalism and law enforcement encroachment of youth services in the era of budget cuts and moral panic over “commercial sexual exploitation of children,” as well as ways young people and allies in other cities have fought back against that and built power for youth navigating social and medical services that enhance their autonomy, safety, and well-being. Emi is currently working on launching System Failure Alert!, a grass-roots project that helps yong people share their experiences with service providers in similar way to how consumers rate restaurants and other businesses online, and to use these stories to transform institutions that are supposed to help them, but often fail to do so.

03.26.14 | 5:30-7:30pm
@ UW Magnuson Health Science Building, Room T-435

Contact Lorelei Walker at loreleis@uw.edu for more information.

To request disability accomodation, contact the Disability Service Office at 206.543.6450 (voice), 206.543.6452 (TTY), 206.685.7264 (AX), or dso@u.washington.edu, preferably at least 10 days in advance of the event. This event is wheelchair accessible. Please refrain from wearing scents at this event.

Links: facebook event page, PDF flier

another button by eminism.org

another button by eminism.org

There’s one new report for this month:

"Met on Modeling Site" worker advertised pictures only. He is 5’10”, over 200 lbs, scar on knee, bad teeth. Drove a white, 4 door Hyundai. Was excited about bondage. Assaulted worker in forested area. He has a job serving the public.

Download PDF version here.

Also, here’s the form to report bad dates (PDF). You can fill it out for yourself, or ask someone at Outside In or Portland Women’s Crisis Line to help fill it. You can also help someone file report using this form, at the survivor’s initiative of course.

Hello white transgender celebrity spokespeople from 2010: I hope you are enjoying seeing Janet Mock and Laverne Cox on TV all the time as much as I am.

International Sex Workers Rights Day 2014, Portland, OR

"i’m about to deleuze my mind" - new button by eminism.org

"i’m about to deleuze my mind" - new button by eminism.org

my comment in response to a trans woman friend who was told by gay men and drag queens that she isn’t feminine enough to transition, and some guy’s response to me.

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