New Moon incubates and supports programming that improves future outcomes for people who have lived experience in the sex trade. We work upstream with community partners to protect people who trade sex from discrimination, criminalization, surveillance, and stigma.



New Moon identifies gaps in programming and incubates pilots which are broadly useful. We prioritize programming which offers tools and training that enables people to advance their own goals in life. 

Organizer Training

Bolstering grassroots change makers with tools to make change at the municipal, state, and national level. This program is hosted in conjunction with our community partners at ______________

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Spokes Hub

Supporting grassroots advocates who engage in public education work is key for advancing dialogs around sex work. This program is hosted with our community partners at the Woodhull Freedom Foundation.

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New Moon provides funding and support to efforts that furthers our mission of advancing the rights of people in the sex trade. We prioritize programming that is led or informed by people in the sex trade.

Local SWR Group 1


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Red Umbrella Campaign

The Global Lab for Research in Action at UCLA Luskin is combining data with storytelling to educate on the need for #SaferSexWork.

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Expanding Title IV

Nicole Gililland is suing under Title IV for sex discrimination over mistreatment she endured at an Oregon University due to her past work in adult films. 

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