We demand that common law be applied to all sex workers. To this day, French legislation is particularly discriminatory towards sex workers (working on the street or indoors) as a consequence of the prohibitionist policy led by the French government.
We fight for the recognition of any form of sex work, against its prohibition because all the repressive measures against sex workers keep them in a state of insecurity with no rights. Our professional status will guarantee our independence, social protection and a pension. At this time even when we pay our taxes, we are eligible to very few social security benefits.
We demand through the application of common law that sex workers be protected against forced labour, slavery and servitude as well as trafficking. Particularly when concerning migrant women and women in an illegal situation. Children must be protected against sexual exploitation too.