To condone violence against sex workers undermines the principle of rule of law in Singapore. Like the rest of us,
“Whatever that I’m doing now, who am I now, when I’m no longer [around], I wish to be accepted [in the eyes of God] and I will go away peacefully.” Alisha’s Journey of Authenticity, Self-Determination and Self-Acceptance.
Trigger Warning: Substance use Too often, we only give flowers to people once their walk on Earth comes to
“I’m just always afraid that someone’s gonna reject me when they find out this part of myself”. Sugar’s story: Sex Work and its Implications on Mental Health.
Trigger Warning: Mental Health Challenges, Body Image Sugar’s Shrine (Clay Sculpture by Sugar) As part of Mental Health
Hello all, It’s me, Nor! If you haven’t already met or heard about me, I am the newly-appointed Programmes Manager
Singapore has committed itself to ensuring women’s rights and advancing gender equality in society. Home Affairs and Law Minister Mr
Modern discourses surrounding sex work and its morality, exploitation and regulation are still viewed in black and white terms and
1.1 History of Bugis Street: Bugis Street is often touted as one of the many go to places in Singapore
TW: Mention of R*pe, Molest, Substance Use The annual celebration of Mother’s