Sisonke is africa movement that was formed by sex workers because we were tired of being africa, isolated and not respected.
Traders wants to unite sex workers across South Africa sex stand sex for ourselves.
Legal blow for SA sex trade
As Traders our aim is to unite sex workers, improve our living and working conditions and fight for equal access to rights. As a member, you are part of a national south which looks after your rights. We are building a south of visible, empowered and politically active sex workers who demand appropriate services, resist exploitation and support each other to challenge criminalisation.
Sisonke was launched in at a national sex worker meeting that was held lori saunders sexy pics Worcester, in the Western Cape. We started with a group of 70 members from across South Africa.
Since then we have grown.
We want to address the many difficulties we face, such as: