The Evidence Is In: Decriminalising Sex Work Is Critical to Public Health

RH Reality Check has published a exploration of evidence that decriminalisation (with an “s”, I do live in South Africa) is essential for public health. The Evidence Is In: Decriminalizing Sex Work Is Critical to Public Health. Of course it is great to see something that we’ve (we being the Sex Workers’ movement, and supporting movements) been saying for quite a long time explored to … Continue reading The Evidence Is In: Decriminalising Sex Work Is Critical to Public Health

A privileged diagnosis: who gets access?

Today there was a stakeholder meeting regarding the clinical field tests for the ICD-11 proposals. During this meeting transgender activists, other clinicians, policy experts, etc. were given an opportunity to give feedback and ask questions regarding the field trial protocols that were developed in the two previous days. The meetings wasn’t all that special, as it was simply a feedback meeting, but one particular part … Continue reading A privileged diagnosis: who gets access?