Hello everyone, and welcome to pleasure saucer podcast number seven. Lucky number seven, with special guest Ashly Lorenzana, a writer and sex worker. We had a great time. We discuss sex work, and the impact technology has on it, among other. Quite frankly, we could have had a conversation on getting audited, and I would have still had a good time.
The Pleasure Saucer Podcast is a production of Pleasure Saucer Media. The host is John L Robinson, also known as the Rev. Johnny Lemuria. The theme music is ‘Take Me Now!’ by Nick Chapman, off the album Wakka Chikka Wakka Chikka- Porn Music for the Masses Volume 1.
Shannon is an escort, living one day at a time as she hops between cheap motel rooms and tries to supply her drug habit in the process. She finds herself stranded after losing her car and running out of cash one day, leaving her alone along the side of the freeway in the summer heat when a strange man offers to give her a lift. Instead, no one hears from her or sees her ever again.
Worlds Hardest Game Theme 1 HOUR by crushachris1
Advocates for Sex Workers, Elected Officials, and Public Health Experts to Call for Law Barring Use of Condoms as Evidence of Prostitution
Report to Reveal Public Health Crisis Caused by NYPD’s Confiscation of Condoms
On Tuesday, April 17 people with experience in the sex trade, elected officials, public health experts, and human rights advocates will hold a press conference calling on the New York State Assembly to pass legislation barring the use of condoms as evidence of prostitution. Supporters of Bill S323/A1008, known as the No Condoms as Evidence Bill, say that allowing condoms to be confiscated by police and used as evidence in criminal cases discourages sex workers and other vulnerable New Yorkers from carrying condoms, undermining efforts to combat sexually transmitted diseases and educate the public about safer sex.
At Tuesday’s press conference, The Sex Workers Project at the Urban Justice Center and the PROS Network (Providers and Resources Offering Services to Sex Workers) will release a report, entitled “Public Health Crisis: The Impact of Using Condoms as Evidence of Prostitution in New York City.” The report reveals findings from two separate surveys of NYC sex workers, including a survey conducted in 2010 by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) that is only now being released.
WHAT: Elected Officials, Public Health Experts, and Human Rights Advocates Hold Press Conference Calling for Legislation Banning the Use of Condoms as Evidence of Prostitution, Release Report on Public Health Crisis in NYC
WHO: Senator Velmanette Montgomery, Audacia Ray of Red Umbrella Project, Sienna Baskin of The Sex Workers Project at the Urban Justice Center, Chris Bilal from Streetwise and Safe (all members of the PROS Network), and Kathryn Todrys of Human Rights Watch.
WHEN: Tuesday, April 17that 1:00pm
WHERE: Room 130, Legislative Office Building