Molly House Project is a community of bois, men, and masculine-of-center* trans folk committed to changing the way we talk about sex work.
We came into fruition in the wake of the Rentboy raid and passing of FOSTA-SESTA legislation, and help build stronger communities by addressing structural, cultural, and interpersonal barriers to wellness and safety in the industry. In addition to offering social and educational support, we help our communities unlearn manifestations of toxic masculinity that promote stigma and hinder mobilization. In doing so, we hope to integrate masculine voices into the larger sex work movement in ways that support, not derail, progress toward sex worker rights.
*We recognize that no language is perfect. Our hope is that the terminology “masculine-of-center” is received as naming and honoring people of various identities falling under the umbrellas as maleness, manhood, boihood, and/or masculinity. We do not seek to impose language on others and wholeheartedly respect the myriad of ways members of our communities identify.