End Violence Kiki Ball
Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers is not just about ending violence against people engaging in sex work—it’s also about ending violence against trans people, against people of color, against people who use drugs, against people living with HIV, against people experiencing homelessness, and the communities who love and support sex workers.
This year we will be throwing a ball to raise awareness about the violence our communities face and continue funding the expansion of our support services. The event will take place on December 17, 2019 from 6pm - 10pm at Eastern Market North Hall located at 225 7th Street S.E. Washington DC, 20003. We will be celebrating all of our beautiful communities by awarding prizes in the following categories:
- Best Dressed
- Sex Siren
DJ Deekie West will be spinning a live set while our Commentator, Kirk Pressley keeps the ball moving. The event will be hosted by Washington's own, Rayceen Pendarvis! We are asking for your support to make this the largest Day To End Violence Against Sex Workers ever! We cannot end the marginalization and victimization of all sex workers without also fighting trans-phobia, racism, stigma and criminalization of bodies, and xenophobia.