Sunday, 15 April 2012

Scarlet Road: A Screening and Q&A

Impassioned about freedom of sexual expression, Australian sex worker Rachel Wotton has become highly specialized in working with clients with disability. 

Rachel’s philosophy, that human touch and sexual intimacy can be some of the most therapeutic aspects to our existence, is making a dramatic impact on the lives of her clients, Mark and John. Both have nothing but praise for her talents. 

Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis 26 years ago, John now drives around in a chin-controlled wheelchair, but after ongoing sessions with Rachel, he has regained body movement that he thought was lost forever. His self-esteem and overall improvement have amazed his doctors.

A screening of the director’s cut version of the documentary followed by a Q&A with Rachel Wotton. Part of the Melbourne Festival of Sex Work. 

For more information about the documentary visit 

Thursday, 31st of May, Doors open 7:45pm, Film Starts 8pm at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), Federation Square, Melbourne.  

Tickets on sale here:

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