National Resources

Coyote RI support-line 401-525-8757 

Attention US sex workers please consider taking the quick anonymous survey that will help us measure the effects FOSTA has had on sex workers. This survey is a collaboration with Coyote RI and SWOP Behind Bars.  You can also sign the petition. 

NEW LIST of Posting Options- TOOL KIT APRIL 2018

Texas Christian University Presentation by Coyote

WHAT IS ZINE? BY COYOTE  (SLIDESHOW)

Guide to Responding to Reporter Requests 

The Empowering Internet Safety Guide for Women

American Association of sexuality educators, counselors and therapists, Position on FOSTA-SESTA and its Impact on Consensual Sex Work and the Chilling of Sexual Speech

Psychiatry Today On FOSTA/SESTA: What Mental Health Professionals Need To Know- July 18th, 2018

SOCIAL WORK MUST SIT WITH DISCOMFORT, STAND WITH SEX WORKERS-

NATIONAL SEX WORKER ANTI-CRIMINALIZATION PRINCIPLES JUNE 23RD 2018

Sex Trafficking and the Sex Industry in the United States-2017

Policing Modern Day Slavery 2014-2016

Escorts: Why it’s Important to Read Terms of Use & Privacy Policies

SAFER BORDER CROSSING; TIPS FOR SEX WORKERS

#SURVIVORSAGAINSTSESTA

Guide to Responding to Reporter Requests

Guide to Getting Stories You Care About Told

10 reasons to decriminalize SEX WORK

The Global Commission on HIV and the Law: Sex Workers

Sex Work is an LGBTQ Issue

Meaningful Work-Full Report

RHJ Sex Work 101

HT-and-Sex-Workers-Rights

Assistance For Sex Workers In North America

The following organizations offer direct assistance. Coyote RI neither supports nor approves of any particular listing but provides these as a service for those seeking help. Because you generally need help locally, service organizations are listed by location.
Assistance can vary from counseling to shelter to legal help to providing clothes and food. Some organizations work with all sex workers, others with only trafficked or underage sex workers. Organizations vary in their attitudes from those wishing to “rescue” fallen women to those working from an attitude of harm reduction, thus providing services to those who are still working. Everything from religious organizations to those run by sex workers themselves is included here; you must decide if an organization is suited to your needs. Have you been a victim of raids and rescue?  Please feel free to rate your experience at RATE THAT RESCUE

FOSTA/SESTA closures

#SURVIVORSAGAINSTSESTA

What Everyone Can Learn from Sex Workers About How to Screen Dates– March 3rd,2018

A Sex Worker’s Roadmap to Fighting Seasonal Depression