Community Newsletter

Project Respect has a monthly newsletter for women and gender diverse people with experience in the sex industry. You can check it out here and have a read for some Community Event updates, recommendations and great resources. You can also see the collection of past community newsletter resources here.



We have an Instagram for community. We post updates, our community activities, as well as some great resources on our page and in our stories and highlights.

Our has some links for you to quickly connect to handy resources.


See our YouTube channel with community resource videos in plain English, Chinese, Thai, Korean and Vietnamese here.

Flyers & Brochures

Our Project Respect flyers and brochures are available to be shared in your community and workplace settings.

See the Project Respect Flyer in English, Mandarin, Thai, Korean and Vietnamese.

See Project Respect Brochure in English, Mandarin, Thai, Korean and Vietnamese.

Lived Experience Advisory Group

The Lived Experience Advisory Group (LEAG) is a peer-led space, which consists of women with current and past, as well as diverse experiences in the sex industry, including the adult entertainment industry and experiences of trafficking for sexual exploitation.

The LEAG: 

  • provide advice and feedback about the sex industry, risks and the implementation of strategies and programs
  • provide strategic direction in the development, implementation and sustainability of our strategies, operational plans and programs
  • gain skill development in formal workplace settings, contributing to tangible work outcomes
  • ensure Project Respect’s work remains informed by women with experience in the sex industry, and to provide the platform to amplify women’s voices and experiences

If you are interested in joining the LEAG, please get in touch via [email protected].


We provide outreach to women and gender diverse people in the sex industry. At the centre of our delivery is our outreach to licensed brothels in the Greater Melbourne Region where we deliver information to community on their rights and our services, ensuring women and gender diverse people know we are available - without judgement - should they need us. Contact us to discuss Project Respect delivering outreach to our local area or sex industry business via email at [email protected].


Work Safe Resources for Sex Workers

Everything you need to know about Work Safe regulations can be found here