San Francisco, CA (Law Firm Newswire) October 2, 2015 – At the Folsom Street Fair on September 27th, 2015 KinkBNB LLC is publicly launching a campaign to decriminalize sex work and support currently legal sex workers.
Coming on the heels of an extremely successful launch in May, the multinational company decided to clarify its position on sex work and to incorporate support for legal sex work into the website’s future offerings.
Starting in November, improvements to the website enhance the experience for guests and hosts by making it more customizable. At the host’s option, listings will be available for hourly rental. In jurisdictions where sex work is legal, hosts are able to denote whether the unit is available to sex workers. The website incorporates new amenities, such as the presence of CMT (certified massage therapists), sex educators, and nosex escorts. All arrangements for these services must be made outside of KinkBNB’s website.
At the same time, KinkBNB is embarking on a campaign of giving to organizations that support the fight for decriminalizing sex work. KinkBNB does this in solidarity with sex workers, for the promotion of safety, and for the protection of human rights. Initially, KinkBNB is starting with local organizations such as SWOP Sacramento and Red Umbrella Policy Project, adding more local, national and international organizations to its support portfolio as the company grows.
KinkBNB’s official public announcement will be at the Folsom Street Fair on September 27th, 2015 in San Francisco. CoFounder Darren McKeeman said “It’s about time the current laws surrounding prostitution were disrupted in a meaningful and effective way. We hope that we can make a dent in the public stigma surrounding sex work with our stance.”
For more information see KinkBNB’s website at https://www.kinkbnb.com
Launched in May 2015, KinkBNB is dedicated to building a community around a sex positive homesharing marketplace. Its launch garnered large amounts of publicity from around the world. KinkBNB currently has 66 listings in 62 cities in 20 countries.
About SWOP Sacramento
Sex Workers Outreach Project Sacramento is a California State social justice network dedicated to upholding both civil and human rights of sex workers and their communities, focusing on ending violence and stigma through education and advocacy. www.swopsacramento.org
About Red Umbrella Policy Project
The Mission of Red Umbrella Policy Project is to promote evidence based policy that affirms the human rights of sex workers and victims of human trafficking. www.RedUmbrellaPolicy.org
Ryan Galiotto, KinkBNB LLC