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Working Sex: Power, Practice, and Politics: 4th Desiree Alliance Conference

July 25-30, 2010
Las Vegas, NV

www.desireealliance.org/conference.htm

Conference to Unify and Educate in the areas of:

Academics & Policy
Activism
Arts, Entertainment & Media
Business Development
Harm Reduction
Outreach!

REGISTRATION CLOSES ON JULY 15th!!

Just when you thought the Desiree Alliance Conference couldn’t get better… we secured a LIMITED number of hotel rooms at a daily rate of $25.

BUT…THIS RATE WILL ONLY BE AVAILABLE UNTIL FRIDAY, JUNE 25!
REALLY? YES…YOU READ THAT CORRECTLY.
SO…NOW WHAT?

1. REGISTER IMMEDIATELY;
2. RECEIVE YOUR CONFIRMATION EMAIL CONTAINING HOTEL DETAILS;
3. RESERVE YOUR $25 PER DAY HOTEL ROOM AT A LUXURY RESORT

Who is Desiree Alliance?
The Desiree Alliance is a diverse, volunteer-based, sex worker-led network of organizations, communities and individuals across the US working in harm reduction, direct services, political advocacy and health services for sex workers.

How do I fit in?
Desiree Alliance is a forum for people who have experience of sex work (this could mean working as an escort, sex worker, prostitute, street worker, massage worker, exotic dancer, hustler, living with the support of a sugar-daddy or a sugar-mama, having sex for housing / food / clothing, drugs, or having sex to get the money needed to survive) and allies of sex workers. Desiree Alliance is committed to support for representation and inclusiveness of people from varied backgrounds including different cultural, racial, economic, age, size/figure, sexual orientation and gender identities.

How do I sign up?
You are required to send an introductory email to desiree2010@desireealliance.org with “Introduction for Registration” as the subject. Please include the following:

* Name, email address and contact phone number (including best time to call);
*You may use any name or pronoun that you identify with when applying for the conference and while attending.How you found out about the conference;
* Why you would like to come;
* If you are a student (you will be required to provide 2009-2010 student ID)

General Inquiries: info@desireealliance.org or Toll-free: 866-525-7967

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