Tag Archives: sex workers

Archived show: Debra Dedmon, Susan Lopez talk Nevada Brothels on Grotto Radio

For those of you who missed the live broadcast, Grotto Radio has an archive of Tuesday’s night’s show with Debra Dedmon of Libertarians for Saving Nevada Brothels (see facebook page) and Susan Lopez of Sex Workers Outreach Project.

Among other things, they discussed Harry Reid’s call to ban brothels in Nevada’s rural counties as well as the possibility of decriminalizing prostitution in Clark County, Nevada (the Las Vegas area).… Read more ...

Libertarians for Saving Nevada Brothels: ‘a perfect storm of opportunity, a win/win for women, Nevada and Libertarians…’

Email from Debra Dedmon announcing her new group, Libertarians for Saving Nevada Brothels:

A perfect storm of opportunity, a win/win for women, Nevada and Libertarians…

Legalized prostitution is a hallmark of Nevada history, and, along with gaming, essential to its unique experience with personal liberty. Not legislating morality is the foundation that turned a barren desert into an oasis and throughout the decades has attracted millions of freedom seekers from all over the world.… Read more ...

Grotto Radio tonight: Libertarian Debra Dedmon, Susan Lopez of Sex Workers Outreach Project re: Harry Reid wanting to end legal prostitution in Nevada

From comments on a previous IPR post:

Susan Lopez will be on as a Sex Workers Outreach Project-Las Vegas representative, along with Debra Dedmon of the Libertarian Party, on JD Holveck’s Grotto Radio on VegasallNetradio.com, tonight (3/1/11), 8-10 PM Pacific Time. That starting time is 11 PM on the East Coast and 10 PM here in the Central Time Zone.… Read more ...

San Francisco LP activist Starchild instrumental in putting prostitution decriminalization on the ballot

Press release posted on the LP Radicals yahoo group. Starchild has had various offices in the San Francisco and California LP, and is one of the spokespeople for this initiative.

The San Francisco Department of Elections announced today that the measure prohibiting city officials from spending money arresting and prosecuting people for prostitution, and mandating equal legal protection for sex workers, has qualified for the November ballot.

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