For Current and Former Sex Workers Only
Sex Worker Spa Day
COME GET PAMPERED
Currently seeking current or former sex worker healing practitioners. Stipend available. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up. BIPOC and trans workers to the front.
****Just Added – CLOTHING SWAP****
Sunday May 26, 2019
$0-80 No One Turned Away for Lack of Funds
Location: N. Oakland (more details released day of)
This is the closing night party of the San Francisco Bay Area Sex Worker Film and Art Festival, 2019. Whore’s Bath is a sex worker only spa day for current and former sex workers of all kinds. Please respect the space by keeping this in mind when inviting people.
Massage, facials, foot baths, craniosacral, somatic touch, tarot, sauna, showers, workshops, clothing swap, refreshments and community care.
Light spa food, if you want to bring something, non alcoholic beverages, desserts, and fruit welcome
All practitioners and participants are current and former SWs only. All genders welcome. We welcome all sex workers, street-based, indoor, outdoor, doms, strippers, car-dates, etc.
We want this space to be free of racism, classism, transphobia, ableism, fatphobia, full-service-phobia, etc. Please email us at email@example.com if you have any questions, needs or concerns.
Accessibility info – According to the website of the space ‘The building is fully permitted, accessible, and built to modern codes. It includes fire sprinklers, fire extinguishers, smoke detectors and multiple exit routes. We have a wheelchair lift serving our second floor spaces, and ADA-compliant access. We have six gender neutral toilets, showers, changing space and a sauna.’ More details to follow.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: In order for this space to be accessible to everyone please do not wear scents or bring any to use on yourself or others. For more information on how to keep things scent free, check out
For more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please bring clothes for the swap. What doesn’t get taken will be donated to St James and Out of the Closet