SIN | By sex workers for sex workers


This form is used by the SIN board to determine your eligibility for membership, then is stored securely. While every effort is made to protect your privacy, the membership records are accessed occasionally for specific purposes as stated in the “What about my privacy?” section of the “SIN Membership Information” sheet. The contact details you supply are used to send you important membership information such as details of the Annual General Meeting and voting rights. You can also choose to be added to the general mailing list to receive updates, newsletters and invites to SIN events.

    Preferred Name:


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    (Please answer ALL questions in this section with a tick)



    Are you or have you been a Sex Worker? (Either in the past or currently​) SIN identifies and respects that Sex Work takes on many forms

    Are you currently the owner or manager of a Sex Industry Business? Are you responsible for the management of, or have a level of control over the work of sex workers other than yourself?

    Have you read and agree to the SIN objectives? By becoming a member of SIN you are supporting our objectives. See reverse for them.

    Have you read and agree to the SIN membership rules? SIN has a constitution with the rules laid out on it at our website and additionally on request from SIN staff.

    Would you like to be kept up to date on Sex Worker issues? We will send you information on a regular basis, such as how to get involved in our AGM. Note​: if you did not provide an email address above, we may post things to you

    In order to make sure SINs membership are made up of sex workers, you need an existing member to sign off on your application. This protects SIN and its members. If you don’t know of an existing member, contact SIN.

    Existing Member Name:

    Existing Member Email/Phone:

    SIN would like to acknowledge the Kaurna people as the traditional custodians of the Adelaide region, where we live and work, and recognise the Kaurna peoples’ cultural, spiritual, physical, and emotional connection with their land. We honour and pay our respects to Kaurna elders, both past and present, and all generations of Kaurna people, now and into the future. We acknowledge that this land was stolen, and sovereignty was never ceded.