Support for survivors who are or have been involved in the sex industry
We know that just because you are or have been involved in the sex industry, does not mean that you have experienced sexual violence. We also know that there are women who have survived sexual violence, before, during and after being involved in the sex industry.
If you have survived any kind of sexual violence, at any point in your life, then you do deserve the very best support. Support that doesn’t judge you or make you feel uncomfortable, and which recognises the many different experiences of people who have been involved in the sex industry.
All violence committed against people in the sex industry is a crime, not an ‘occupational hazard’. We are here if you would like some space to talk about something you have experienced, how you’re feeling, or if you’d like to find out more about other support you can access.
RASASC is a member of National Ugly Mugs (NUM), which is a national organisation that promotes safety and access to justice for sex workers in the UK. They run a text alert system that shares information about abusive perpetrators with other sex workers. If you’d like to know more about this and how you can submit an anonymous alert then you can go on their website or get in touch with one of our specialist Outreach Workers.