SWOP-Baltimore is a local branch of the Sex Workers Outreach Project, a national social justice network dedicated to the fundamental human rights of sex workers and their communities.

SWOP focuses on ending violence and stigma through education and advocacy. For more information about SWOP, visit our national website.

We are focused on advocating for harm reduction approaches to services, supporting sex worker voices of diverse perspectives, promoting positive representations of sex workers in our community, and agitating for decriminalization of sex work in Maryland.

We are continually working towards creating stronger coalitions with other organizations and individuals in the area who share our goals and ideals.

We acknowledge we organize, struggle and build resilience on Piscataway Lands, which are stolen and colonized and we remain in solidarity with the Indigenous People’s Movement; learn more about land acknowledgement at Native Land.

Inclusivity & Diversity

As members of SWOP, we are committed to on-going personal growth and education, so that we can uphold, to the best of our abilities, the anti-racism and anti-oppression values held by SWOP-USA. We all come from different backgrounds and have different experiences, and we strive to create a place where everyone can share and contribute without fear of judgement. To help ensure that everyone has a fair chance to be heard at our meetings, we adhere to a particular set of ground rules and guidelines.

For a copy of SWOP-Baltimore’s Governance structure, please click here. SWOP-Baltimore is committed to ensure that our meetings are accessible to all. If getting to or participating in meetings presents a challenge for a new member, we encourage you to inform us of potential barriers so we can work together and try to find a workable solution. ​




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thank you @jewstein3000 for highlighting the ways in which sb0222/hb372 is rooted in classism and whorephobia ✊🏿

#OpposeTheCurfew #CareNotCops #JobsNotHandcuffs

We know #BaltimoreCity needs a #MoralBudget rooted in #CareNotCops #JobsNotHandcuffs + creating/sustaining optimal conditions for collective wellness.

We need your support in ensuring @SenBillFerg @CouncilmanETC @BrookeELierman understand we #OpposeTheCurfew #SexWorkIsWork

Disabled Sex Workers need help.

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10 months ago

SWOP Baltimore
On #TransDayofVisibility we stand with all transgender, non-binary, and genderqueer people to celebrate the strength and determination demonstrated in the fight for trans equality. I hear you, I see you, and I will continue to fight for the equality you deserve.Their fight is our fight – and together, with organizations like Baltimore Safe Haven, we will ensure their stories get told and that we celebrate the brilliance and creativity they contribute to our communities. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 years ago

SWOP Baltimore
We are just in awe of the incredible outpouring of support you all have shown to sex workers in Baltimore during this time. We've raised nearly $9,000 and distributed $8,500. We're still taking relief requests and distributing funds as quickly as we can. You can apply for funding by reaching out to 443support@protonmail.com. We are so grateful for the support you have shown, and we're still pushing to raise more funds to help support Baltimore sex workers in this unknown time. baltimore.swopusa.org/donate/ ... See MoreSee Less
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3 years ago

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We appreciate all of ya'll so much. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 years ago

SWOP Baltimore
Thank you so much for everyone who has supported us so far! We've raised over $4,000 for direct relief to Baltimore based sex workers impacted by COVID-19. We're still raising funds and if you need to access funds please check out our blog post here: baltimore.swopusa.org/2020/03/31/covid-19-relief-and-fundraiser/Donate here: baltimore.swopusa.org/donate/ ... See MoreSee Less
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