Thu, Apr 21, 2022

7 PM – 8:30 PM CDT (GMT-5)

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If the sex industry were a continuum, you would find adults who are knowing and willing participants in sex work on one end. Whether it's because of poverty and life circumstances or by choice, they use prostitution as a means of income. Human trafficking victims are on the other end of the spectrum - people forced into the sex industry against their will through force, fraud, and/or coercion. In between those two ends of the sex industry continuum, there's a broad expanse of gray.

Join the Qube, Involvement Center Social Justice Programming, and The Bridge to Hope to learn about the spectrum of sex work and sexual exploitation. You will leave this event with a better understanding of the elements of human trafficking vs. the elements of prostitution, how laws of the past and present have affected the sex industry, and the relationship between the LGBTQIA+ community and the sex industry. You can find us in PRCM Gilbert Creek on Thursday, April 21, 2022. Event will begin at 7pm.

Questions about this event? Reach out to one of our event coordinators:
  • Josie Koenigs (Graduate Student Intern, Involvement Center Social Justice Programming)
  • Kat Brogan (Sexual Assault Victim Advocate/UW-Stout Campus Advocate, The Bridge to Hope)
  • Nakkiah Stampfli (Graduate Student Intern, The Qube)

Interested in testing your knowledge on Human Trafficking & Sex Work? Stop by our Human Trafficking & Sex Work Trivia tabling on Thursday, April 21st from 11am-1pm. You'll be able to find us on the Involvement Center Porch, directly behind Brew Devils! View the details and register on UW-Stout CONNECT!

This event is cosponsored by The Qube, Involvement Center Social Justice Programming, and The Bridge to Hope for visibility, educational, and awareness purposes during Sexual Assault Awareness Month (entire month of April).

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