Wed, June 29, 2016 Webinar-The Intersection of Sex Work & Drug Use: Overlapping Communities

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June 29 Webinar Information (<= Click for details & to register)

The Intersection of Sex Work and Drug Use: Overlapping Communities

The Current Situation

As of January 2016, 34 states and the District of Columbia have enacted Good Samaritan Laws. While these laws afford basic protections, they do not cover everyone and every situation- including sex workers, thus putting those most in need of protection at risk of criminal charges when they reach out for life-saving help.  With a record 47,055 number of people dying (more…)

Non-judgmental counseling, Alessandra Lanti


Alessandra Lanti, LPC Intern, MA, CPCI (verified listing in Psychology Today)

I am more specifically trained in working and sharing meaningful time with persons who work in the sex industry, who practice a wide range of alternative romantic/sexual lifestyles, and with sex and gender diverse persons and communities.

I am particularly sympathetic to issues of stigma and discrimination, aging, life transitions and physical pain associated with a lifetime of dancing and performing that often afflicts performers and entertainers. I come from a sex-positive, non-judgmental, empowerment-focused approach that celebrates sexual/romantic and cultural diversity.

Email: or Call: 310-923-5409

Non-judgmental counseling, Jane Heenan


Jane Heenan, M.S., M.F.T. (verified listing in Psychology Today)

My practice supports authentic living. I hope to join with persons and offer my understanding of where they are. Such genuine contact encourages awareness of possibilities that otherwise remain just out of reach. Relationship is central; foundations of healthy relationships include trust, respect, honesty and risk-taking. Persons I sit with commonly say I am supportive and challenging, non-judgmental and safe. Persons with previous experience in therapy say that our play together is “different” than their other therapy relationships, perhaps because I fundamentally believe persons are good and have inherent power to grow and change.

(702) 475-6474 or (702) 810-4159

X Tax Pros- trusted for your financial needs & protection


X Tax Pros is your one-stop shop for all your tax, financial planning and asset protection needs. The owner, Mike Moore works with the adult entertainment industry in mind and has many local clients to support his integrity including identity protection. He has an office in Las Vegas and one in Wyoming where he also specializes in LLC (Limited Liability Corporation) business setups and startups.

X Tax Pros has worked with several production companies and adult entertainers. Mike is a regular financial supporter of local adult-oriented community-based events as well as various national and international adult entertainment industry conventions such as AVN, XBIZ and other webcam gatherings. SWOP-Las Vegas extends our gratitude for the use of the Las Vegas office for meetings and events.

LV Criminal Defense- Nicholas Wooldridge, Esq

LV Criminal Defense was founded in 2015 by Nick Wooldridge to serve clients in the Las Vegas area.  Before founding LV Criminal Defense, Nick Wooldridge has enjoyed a long and distinguished career as a criminal defense attorney in both Nevada and New York.

Mr. Wooldridge is a Las Vegas native who obtained his law degree at the University of Nevada- Las Vegas Law School, after first earning is Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish from the University of Nevada Reno.

As an experienced and knowledgeable Las Vegas criminal defense attorney, Nick Wooldridge has a long track record of representing clients accused of serious federal and state crimes.  Mr. Wooldridge firmly believes that every client deserves to be considered innocent until proven guilty, and is committed to providing legal representation to every criminal defendant whether you’ve been accused of a misdemeanor or a serious felony offense.

520 S. 4th St.; Las Vegas, NV 89101


International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, December 17th


In the spirit of remembrance and healing, the Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP-USA) and SWOP chapters join sex workers, allies and activists from around the world in recognizing December 17, the International Day to End Violence against Sex Workers. As we approach this day, we seek to come together to remember those who we have lost this year, and renew our commitment in the (more…)