LIFE ON THE GAME

What is “Life On The Game?”

This is a Book written by Angelica Lee official

The Book talks about her life in the Sex Industry.

Sex Worker Charity’s

As a Sex Worker it’s important to feel safe and help other workers feel safe, here are some Charity’s.


209 Green Fish Resource Centre
46-50 Oldham Street
Manchester
M4 1LE

0161 629 9861

admin@nationaluglymugs.org

  • Tuesdays, 1-3pm and 6-8pm
  • Thursdays, 1-3pm 
  • Saturdays, 10am-12noon

Red Umbrella Fund

http://www.redumbrellafund.org

Red Umbrella Fund
p/a Mama Cash
P.O. Box 15686
1001 ND Amsterdam
Netherlands

E-Mail: info@redumbrellafund.org
Telephone: +31 (0) 20 515 8700

www.facebook.com/redumbrellafund
www.twitter.com/redumbrellafund
www.linkedin.com/company/red-umbrella-fund

SWARM

contact@swarmcollective.org

BEYOND THE STREETS CHARITY

I WANT SUPPORT

Contact Us

Phone: 03003021122

Email: office@beyondthestreets.org.uk

Address: Beyond the Streets PO Box 1676 Southampton SO15 9DA

MASH CHARITY


Manchester Action on Street Health

94-96 Fairfield St
Manchester
M1 2WR

By train or tram:

Arrive at Piccadilly Train station and take the Fairfield Street exit. There is a taxi rank situated here. Turn left along Fairfield Street, walk under all the train track viaducts and MASH is situated on the right.

By Car:

Parking is available on the streets around the drop-in centre, and the nearest secure car park is on Sheffield Street

The centre:

MASH is located in a grey building that has a large billboard on one side and a post box near the front door. It is located on the right hand side of Fairfield Street if you are walking from Piccadilly Station.

Get in touch

Email: janelle@mash.org.uk
Freephone: 0800 183 0499
Tel: 0161 273 4555

The Nelson Trust

The Nelson Trust
Port Lane,
Brimscombe,
Stroud,
Gloucestershire,
GL5 2QJ

office@nelsontrust.com


44 (0) 1453 885 633

http://www.spires.org.uk Spires-streetlink
Outreach – Spires – London

If you’re worried about someone who you think may be homeless, or you are interested in getting involved with the work Spires does to help homeless people, please get in touch using this form, or call us on 020 8696 0943.

You can also write to us at 8 Tooting Bec Gardens, London SW16 1RB

Centre Services

Shirley Harper, Team Leader – shirley@spires.org.uk

Kevin O’Hare, Centre Support Worker- kevin@spires.org.uk

Andrew Stephenson, Benefits and Tenancy Support Worker (External Agencies) – andrew@spires.org.uk

Pat Watters, Casual Support Worker – pat@spires.org.uk

Spires Streetlink Service

Ed Cotton, Centre Support and Outreach Worker – ed@spires.org.uk

Stella Kityo, Centre Support and Outreach Worker – stella@spires.org.uk

CONTACT SCOTPEP

Scot-Pep
The Matrix
62 Newhaven Road
EH6 5QB

voice@scot-pep.org.uk
+44(0)7984960378

STAY BRAVE

Mailing Address

​Stay Brave, 3rd Floor
86-90 Paul Street
London
EC2A 4NE

hello@staybrave.org.uk

The Red Project

Contact

07432 578105

ISVA@rsvporg.co.uk

BEYOND THE GAZE

Contact Us

Contact the project directly via email:

  • Prof. Teela Sanders:     teela.sanders@leicester.ac.uk
  • Matt Valentine-Chase (webmaster): mvc8@le.ac.uk

​SWOP

Call / text / WhatsApp our professional and friendly female staff for advice, information or support.

Phone: 01273 675526

Mel: 07801 376158 (Monday – Friday)

Email: swop@oasisproject.org.uk

The Diversity Trust

info@diversitytrust.org.uk

07720294991

ONE25

The Grosvenor Centre,
138a Grosvenor Road,
St. Pauls, Bristol, BS2 8YA

Tel: 0117 909 8832
Fax: 0117 941 2382

Email: office@one25.org.uk

Artist To The Stars

Angelica Lee

Remembering The Talented Malcolm Maxted

Malcolm Maxted was born in Folkestone, Kent, from an early age he had a love for Art and Design. When Malcolm was just 14 he entered an Art competition and came in second place, he later went on to win first prize in different competitions as the years went by. Following leaving school Malcolm enrolled in Art College, his Talent for Art appeared to stand out more than other students. Malcolms creative abilities proved so unique that as a young man he created convincing fake Train Tickets for paying members of the public in order to earn extra income alongside his day job at a Hotel.

Once Malcom completed his Education at Art college he took up a role working in the field of Advertising where he further developed his skills in Art and Design, creating Logos for a number of companies. (UK Advertising) was…

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Artist To The Stars

Remembering The Talented Malcolm Maxted

Malcolm Maxted was born in Folkestone, Kent, from an early age he had a love for Art and Design. When Malcolm was just 14 he entered an Art competition and came in second place, he later went on to win first prize in different competitions as the years went by. Following leaving school Malcolm enrolled in Art College, his Talent for Art appeared to stand out more than other students. Malcolms creative abilities proved so unique that as a young man he created convincing fake Train Tickets for paying members of the public in order to earn extra income alongside his day job at a Hotel.

Once Malcom completed his Education at Art college he took up a role working in the field of Advertising where he further developed his skills in Art and Design, creating Logos for a number of companies. (UK Advertising) was one of Malcolm’s first companies where he commenced his role as a Commercial Artist. Malcolm spent many hours creating colourful and eye-catching posters for London’s West End Theatre shows before meeting his wife on a blind date and later became father to Michael. Malcolm and his young family moved to Orpington, a small area of Kent from Sittingbourne. “My Dad was a very talented person, teaching me many creative and Artistic techniques.” “Whatever he turned his hands to it worked or was amazing and I loved being around Dad” Recals son Michael now 40.

Following Malcolm’s move to kent he regularly travelled into London where Malcolm and his business partner set up a company called (Haymarket Advertising) based in London’s famous Soho, it wasn’t long before the company picked up business and began Advertising for some big named shows, and concerts.

By the late 80’s early 90’s Malcolm designed and advertised for Paul Raymond, from amazing Magazine covers to Posters for the Raymond Revue Bar, to Newspaper Adverts. Over the years Malcolm designed Posters for some well known names in the Entertainment world, Bruce Forsyth, Jimmy Tarbuck, Russ Abbot, Freddie Starr, Michael Jackson, Celine Dion , Tommy Cooper, Paul Daniels, Wayne Dobson, and Sir Michael of Kent. 


Malcolm also worked for a just over a decade on the Royal Variety Performance designing beautiful brochures, even making Handmade Gold Booklets of the Queen, Duke of Edinburgh, and Prince Charles of Wales. Tragically on the 22nd of May 2021 Malcolm sadly passed away age 74. His eye catching and amazing work will be remembered by many for years to come he was give the Title ARTIST TO THE STARS

Malcolm Maxted

By Anglica Lee Official

70s Porn Industry, Sex Business

Angelica Lee

As many know I am a Blogger, Pageant Candidate, Published Columnist, Sex Worker and Pornographic Content Creator.

So today I have chosen to pay tribute and take a look back at Pornography in the 1970’s

Cynthia Payne

Cynthia Payne was born in West Sussex in the 30’s, Cynthia hit the headlines for her running of Sex party’s and a Brothel in the 70s and 80’s, Cynthia was convicted for being a Brothel Keeper of 32 Ambleside Avenue, Streatham, London. Cynthia Paynes business would be made into a film named (Personal services) that was released on 15 May 1987, directed by Terry Jones, and made 1.744million USD at the Box office.

Mary Millington

Mary Millington was a renowned Porn Icon of the 1970’s, Born on November 30th 1945 England she featured in many films and Magazines. Mary Millington had originally trained as a veterinary nurse, however following a chance encounter with…

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70s Porn Industry, Sex Business

As many know I am a Blogger, Pageant Candidate, Published Columnist, Sex Worker and Pornographic Content Creator.

So today I have chosen to pay tribute and take a look back at Pornography in the 1970’s

Cynthia Payne

Cynthia Payne

Cynthia Payne was born in West Sussex in the 30’s, Cynthia hit the headlines for her running of Sex party’s and a Brothel in the 70s and 80’s, Cynthia was convicted for being a Brothel Keeper of 32 Ambleside Avenue, Streatham, London. Cynthia Paynes business would be made into a film named (Personal services) that was released on 15 May 1987, directed by Terry Jones, and made  1.744 million USD at the Box office.

Mary Millington

Mary Millington

Mary Millington was a renowned Porn Icon of the 1970’s, Born on November 30th 1945 England she featured in many films and Magazines. Mary Millington had originally trained as a veterinary nurse, however following a chance encounter with infamous London photographer John Lindsay Mary’s life changed. Under the direction of Lindsay’s influence, Mary began to pose nude in 100’s of photo spreads in British glamor magazines.

Soho Sex Shops

70’s Soho Sex Shop

Soho sex shops, after world war 2 Soho began to change and soon became a place of pure Naughtyness. By the 70s 2 Sex shops per week where opening and an estimate of 54 Sex shops providing Videos, Magazines, Toys where being sold as well as 39 Sex Cinemas where operating, 16 Peep shows and strip clubs, and 12 massage parlors. By the 70’s Soho had an infamous reputation as London’s leading Red light district.

Soho of today appears to have shed it Sexualized past and is now known for it relaxing coffee shops and buzzing vide.

By Angelica Lee ©️