Current Initiatives

To Request Funds

In order to request funds email [email protected] with the following information:

  • Amount needed
  • What it is for
  • When it is needed by
  • Type of work you do

All inquiries will be responded to within 24 hours.

Priority goes to queer, trans, black, indigenous, workers of color & workers of varying ability. Priority goes to sex workers who are street-based, dancers from temporarily closed clubs and in-person sex workers. Sex workers with families & sex workers who use substances are encouraged to apply.

Grants start at $50 and go up to $200. White cis sex workers are currently capped at $50.

Screenshot verification of a bill may be required.

Work verification may require referral name, name of club, link to ad, social media, website, etc.

Michigan
Sex Workers
Support Group

Michigan Sex Workers
Support Group

Every Monday 6pm-7pm

We host a weekly support group meeting for sex workers across all facets of the  industry and of all experiences.

The topic of the meeting varies each week. You are welcome to participate at your comfort level. The only requirement for participation is an involvement in sex work and a desire to adhere to our one community rule: No judging another hoe for hustling different than you.

All meetings are confidential and anonymous.

Please email us directly for more information on joining.

The Detroit Sex Worker Mutual Aid Fund (DSWMAF) is a financial resource-sharing space created by Michigan-based sex workers to provide necessary support for fellow sex workers and their families.

Sex workers who are based in Michigan or whose hustle is Michigan-centric in any way are invited to access the fund.

The Detroit Sex Worker Mutual Aid Fund is an initiative in collaboration with Radical Care (RADCare).

Donate to the Fund

Use the above link to donate directly on GoFundMe or

via Paypal — paypal.me/letussurvive313 

via Venmo — venmo.com/letussurvive313

All funds go directly to the Mutual Aid Fund with the goal to be immediately reallocated.

All questions regarding methods of contribution please contact [email protected]

#FreeBlackMamas

We are part of the national movement to end cash bail in the United States. We believe cash bail is just another way to criminalize poverty. It is no secret that many women who face unwarranted jail time are at the intersections of sex work and trying to make a living to provide for themselves and their families. 

We fight to decriminalize poverty and to end unwarranted jail time as an avenue to decriminalize & destigmatize sex work. This year we are teaming up with community organizations across Michigan to raise $60,000 to bail out black mothers & women from our county jail systems. As a result of COVID-19, our bailout efforts have increased. We are bailing women out of jail NOW. Our goal is to get women out of unsafe incarcerated conditions and reunited with their families immediately.

• SIGN THE PETITION HERE TO DEMAND IMMEDIATE RELEASE OF VULNERABLE INCARCERATED PEOPLE IN MICHIGAN AS A RESULT OF COVID-19

CONTRIBUTE HERE TO #FREEBLACKMAMAS IN MICHIGAN

Visit NationalBailout.org to learn more.

The Detroit Sex Worker Mutual Aid Fund (DSWMAF) is a financial resource-sharing space created by Michigan-based sex workers to provide necessary support for fellow sex workers and their families.

Sex workers who are based in Michigan or whose hustle is Michigan-centric in any way are invited to access the fund.

The Detroit Sex Worker Mutual Aid Fund is an initiative in collaboration with Radical Care (RADCare).

Donate to the Fund

Use the above link to donate directly or

via Paypal — paypal.me/letussurvive313

via Venmo — venmo.com/letussurvive313

All funds go directly to the Mutual Aid Fund with the goal to be immediately reallocated.

All questions regarding methods of contribution please contact [email protected]

To Request Funds

In order to request funds email [email protected] with the following information:

  • Amount needed
  • What it is for
  • When it is needed by
  • Type of work you do

All inquiries will be responded to within 24 hours.

Priority goes to queer, trans, black, indigenous, workers of color & workers of varying ability. Priority goes to sex workers who are street-based, dancers from temporarily closed clubs and in-person sex workers. Sex workers with families & sex workers who use substances are encouraged to apply.

Grants start at $50 and go up to $200. White cis sex workers are currently capped at $50.

Screenshot verification of a bill may be required.

Work verification may require referral name, name of club, link to ad, social media, website, etc.

#FreeBlackMamas

We partner with the national movement to end cash bail known as “Black Mama’s Bail Out.” 

This year we are working in coalition with organizations across Detroit to raise $60,000 for the cash bail for black women & mothers held in Wayne, Oakland & Maccomb County. Many incarcerated women have experienced an array of consensual & non-consensual sex work.

While bailouts are not the systemic solution to decriminalizing sex work, we believe ending cash bail is an important step to decriminalizing poverty and sex work.

Visit NationalBailout.org to learn more.

Michigan
Sex Workers
Support Group

Michigan Sex Workers
Support Group

Every Monday 6pm-7pm

We host a weekly support group meeting for sex workers across all facets of the  industry and of all experiences.

The topic of the meeting varies each week. You are welcome to participate at your comfort level. The only requirement for participation is an involvement in sex work and a desire to adhere to our one community rule: No judging another hoe for hustling different than you.

All meetings are confidential and anonymous.

Please email us directly for more information on joining.