Hi from Australia!
Have you heard of.... Scarlet Road? It's a documentary, which follows the extraordinary work of Australian sex worker, who specializes in a long over-looked clientele, people with disability.
We believe strongly in empowering people to live their lives as fully as they wish too; and sex and intimacy is part of that for most most people.
We want to promote the film's important message and that's where you come in.
Step 1: Watch the trailer! http://bit.ly/i8CNSR.
Step 2: Interact with the campaign "Face Up" - there's a button under the video.
Step 3: Share this on Facebook: "This documentary follows the extraordinary work of Australian sex worker, Impassioned about freedom of sexual expression and the rights of sex workers, she specializes in a long over-looked clientele - people with disability. http://bit.ly/i8CNSR"
Step 4: Send the press release to your database/friends:
OPEN YOUR MIND … TO WHAT GOES ON BEHIND CLOSED DOORS
Impassioned about freedom of sexual expression, Australian sex worker Rachel Wotton specializes in working with clients with disability. The latest documentary from award-winning director Catherine Scott and producer Pat Fiske, Scarlet Road follows Rachel in her relationship with John, diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 26 years ago, and Mark, a client with cerebral palsy. Revealing the therapeutic aspects of human touch and sexual intimacy, this unique film gives voice to two men generously sharing moments of sexual self-discovery. It follows Rachel on a journey to the UK, Denmark and Sweden, where she meets with sex workers and people with disabilities, as well as making quite an impression as a speaker at the World Congress on Sexual Health.
In addition to undertaking a Masters in Sexual Health at the University of Sydney, Rachel is an active campaigner for the rights of sex workers. She co-founded the charitable organization Touching Base to connect people with disabilities and sex workers, focusing on access, discrimination, human rights, legal issues and the social stigma that these two marginalised communities can face. One of Rachel’s future aims is the establishment of the world’s first not-for-profit brothel, providing services to clients with disability.
Watch the trailer here and interact with the campaign: http://bit.ly/i8CNSR
Thank you greatly!