Earlier this summer, a GoFundMe for the Homeless Black Trans Women Fund went viral. So did the image accompanying it, featuring two of the photographer and activist Jesse Pratt López’s “trans sisters,” ReVon and Brooklyn, on their way to get cell phones. Now, the portrait is again taking on new life: It’s one of 26 artworks featured in “Towards Utopia: Pro-Sex, Anti-Fascist,” a print sale benefiting on-the-ground groups supporting sex workers and Black trans people. “As a trans woman myself who has experienced housing insecurity, I can say that most trans women that I’ve met have dealt with housing insecurity or homelessness and do sex work to survive at some point,” López said. “It’s hard to keep a cell phone when sleeping on the streets.” The photo, which she took in 2019, tellingly touches on the same issues as Nan Goldin’s image from 1992, when the photographer got into Manila’s nightlife scene. “As everywhere, sex workers had a very difficult life,” Goldin said. “The older queens didn’t retire; they managed the bar and performed comedy routines onstage.” And yet, the struggle doesn’t come across in either photo. “Towards Utopia” is just as much a celebration of Black trans people and sex workers as it is a fundraiser, with images that capture the vibrancy, joy, and richness of their subjects. See more of the artworks and photographs featured—and affordably priced between $50 and $200—here.