Through Bad Date Reporting sex workers can share bad experiences, which helps to protect each other. Additionally, relevant agencies and service providers become aware of predators in the community.
A “bad date” is anything that you don’t want yourself or others to experience. This could include feeling uncomfortable about a date, or someone being rude, stealing, refusing to pay, threatening or any and all acts of violence and aggression.
Bad Dates can be reported anonymously and are disseminated as the Red Light Alert to a large network of service providers who are in contact with women working in the sex industry.
To be added to the weekly Red Light Alert distribution list, please email admin[at]wishdropincentre.org