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Scarlet Letters

Moving beyond a simple, scarlet 'A' for adultery, Scarlet Letters recognizes that almost all aspects of human sexuality remains taboo, shaming, or controversial.  This page is dedicated to answering questions that are often embarrassing to ask face-to-face with an educator, healthcare provider, or an intrusive parent. 

Disclaimer: Scarlet Letters offers sexual health information and political opinions.  It is designed for educational and political debate purposes only. You should not rely on this information as a substitute for, nor does it replace, your healthcare provider or other personal medical attention. If you have any concerns about your health, you should always consult with a physician, psychologist, or other healthcare provider.

September 2, 2016

SWOP-Minneapolis recently held a fundraiser for community member Gigi Thomas. During the event, area sex workers had the opportunity to take part in the "I Am" campaign that aims to show how diverse and multifaceted those working in the sex industry truly are....

August 9, 2016

The below letter to the editor was written by The Sex Workers Outreach Project of Minneapolis in response to this article published in the Star Tribune on 7/29/2016.

SWOP Minneapolis sent this letter to the Star Tribune and unsurprisingly received no response...

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