The basics

If you are new to the industry or if you want to check you know the basics then here is a lightweight start to things to know:

Performers:

(including content creators in their performing roles)

  1. Check you know the latest about about HIV & other sexual health information & find your clinics for your sexual health certificates
  2. In case of incidents or to see alerts visit National Ugly Mugs
  3. For legal support your trade union is United Sex Workers a branch of United Voices of the World
  4. Feeling low or struggling coping? Visit Pineapple support and other resources here
  5. Know how to handle COVID 19 with the COVID toolkit
  6. Remember: ID, consent forms/model releases, DMCAs (a take down instruction for stolen content, caution names and addresses used on this might be seen by the person who stole your content)

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Productions:

(Including content creators in their production roles, and hired or contracted production staff)

  1. Feeling low visit Pineapple support
  2. Remember you have peers here at SNAP sharing info together to support one another. Our Slack chat or peer reviews might be helpful for you
  3. Remember: ID, consent forms/model releases, GDPR, DMCAs (a take down instruction for stolen content, caution names and addresses used on this might be seen by the person who stole content)

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Cam models:

  1. Check you know the latest about about HIV & other sexual health information & find your clinics for your sexual health certificates.
  2. In case of incidents or to see alerts visit National Ugly Mugs
  3. For legal support your trade union is United Sex Workers a branch of United Voices of the World
  4. Feeling low or struggling coping? Visit resources here
  5. Learn about DMCAs (a take down instruction for stolen content, caution names and addresses used on this might be seen by the person who stole your content)

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Events organisers:

  1. Is the council threatening closing your venue to organise against it visit: National SEV Coalition

An e-learning is being built for an in depth introduction to the industry.

Strip club dancers:

  1. In case of incidents or to see alerts visit National Ugly Mugs
  2. For legal support or peer to peer networking your trade union is United Sex Workers a branch of United Voices of the World
  3. Is the council threatening closing your club, to organise against it visit: National SEV Coalition
  4. Feeling low or struggling coping? Visit resources here

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Close-contact Sex Workers:

SNAP can signpost for you but it's more of focussed resource for people working with a distance from the clients/customers

  1. Check you know the latest about about HIV & other sexual health information & find your clinics for your sexual health certificates.
  2. In case of incidents or to see alerts visit National Ugly Mugs
  3. For legal support your trade union is United Sex Workers part a branch of United Voices of the World
  4. Feeling low or struggling coping? Visit resources here
  5. Know how to handle COVID 19 with the COVID toolkit
  6. Know about the sex worker spaces: SWARM, Xtalk, SWARM north, UmbrellaLane, ScotPEP, ESWA, SWAI, DecrimNow, ECP, TamPEP, and ask in the Sex Worker community about the SA*FE forum and the Grapevine on Facebook. Many other spaces exist further abroad

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