Register Now! RENT UNIVERSITY New York City Classes Continue…Feb to Mar 2013


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WHAT: New York City
Rent U. will offer two 2-hour workshops with up to 20 participants on different topics relevant to men actively working in the sex industry. $10 donation encouraged per class. Scholarships are available. Attendees also get a 50% credit toward their next rentboy classic ad or renewal (see below).

Tuesday, February 7, 2-4 pm
“Know Your Rights”

Former male escort Brendan Michael Conner, a third-year law student and Haywood Burns Fellow at the City University of New York School of Law, will provide a “Know Your Rights” training that will include a discussion of New York criminal laws commonly applied to male sex workers (such as prostitution, promoting prostitution, criminal
nuisance, and disorderly conduct) and the Fourth Amendment rights governing police interactions with sex workers, both on the street and at indoor work-settings. The training will focus on practical advice and interactive role-plays to prepare participants to get through a police encounter safely and calmly, but will also provide tips for preventing police encounters from occurring in the first place.

Save the Date for the following upcoming classes:

Tuesday, February 21, 2-4 pm

“Building the Perfect Body” by expert and personal trainer Seth Eaker

Tuesday, March 14, 2-4 pm

“Talking Raw: What Works in Negotiated Safety” with qualified sexpert and MTV personality Francisco Ramirez

Tuesday, March 21, 2-4 pm

“Financial Planning” - OR - “The ever Changing Client & boundary

WHERE: New York City / Downtown
Safe, discrete, undisclosed meeting space in downtown Manhattan. Once your reservation has been confirmed you will receive a confirmation email with the address. Light refreshments will be provided.

* This is a limited time offer ONLY to participants who attend Rent.U Classes.

Rent U. is a harm reduction project of HOOK, a grassroots program by, for and about men in the sex industry.

HOOK is affiliated with a 501(c) 3 organization.

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