Women are often excluded, marginalised, and denied participation because of their sexuality, their means of employment, their age, their physical or mental ability to assert themselves, and many other reasons.
Voices Against 377
Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code criminalizing same sex relationship was introduced during the British rule of India and dates back to 1861.
CREA allies with, collaborates with, and supports sex worker-led collectives, unions and groups both nationally and globally to demand for full decriminalization of all aspects of consensual sex work and human rights for all people in sex work.
Our approach to engaging with LGBTIQ/SOGIESC themes and constituencies recognizes the limitations of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Intersex Queer (LGBTIQ) and/or sexual orientation and gender identity and expression and sex characteristic (SOGIESC) frameworks and focuses on “sexual and gender diversity.”
CREA envisions a just and peaceful world, where everyone lives with dignity, respect and equality. We build feminist leadership, expand sexual and reproductive freedoms, and advance human rights of all people.