PRETTY WOMAN
PRETTY WOMAN
PRETTY WOMAN
PRETTY WOMAN
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PRETTY WOMAN

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A little Kit. A touch of Viv. We're proud to offer the Pretty Woman with 20% of sales gifted to The Black Sex Worker Collective. 

Learn more about them here: 

www.blacksexworkercollective.org/about-us

And in case we forget to tell you, we had a really good time tonight. 

Painting: @brynnalexanderstudios

Pretty Woman is available solo or with a matching scrunchie! 

100% cotton

Machine Washable but for longer life try an old fashioned hand wash. Each Neon Tie Dye Schmatta is unique + one of a kind due to limited fabric and the inherent nature of hand dyed fabrics. 

due to health concerns all Schmattas are final sale 

The Black Sex Worker Collective 

Mission

Founded on the principles of Black liberation, the Black Sex Worker Collective (BSWC) is committed to Black leadership that confronts systemic power structures, dismantling the root causes which intersect with labor, immigration, reproductive rights, accessibility rights, gender equality and sex worker rights.

Purpose

The rights of sex workers have been and are under attack in the United States, impacting our lives through impoverishment, incarceration, and violence. As a Black-led collective with members representing marginalized communities, we are aware that current policy directions in the U.S. will be further devastating for Black, trans and other marginalized populations, as well as directly affecting communities of color all the while strengthening the prison industrial complex off our backs. The moral and legal panic of sex has left the sex worker community vulnerable but, by extension, it has also illuminated labor discrimination and dictating what work is, who is allowed to work, and how. We aim to push forward with our work in the arts through politicizing, visibility, activism, and advocacy for the rights of sex workers.