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However, another big court case in Ontario is now in full swing. I recommend a search for "prostitution" at theglobeandmail. The court challengers, all sex workers, are arguing that Prostitute in Vancouver laws make prostitution legal but impossible to conduct safely.
For example, it is illegal to communicate a transaction involving sex and money in a public place. So for a street-level sex worker to talk to a client legally, she usually has to enter a car first. It's also illegal to run a Prostitute in Vancouver, which means sex workers can't work in groups under a single roof. Also it's illegal to live of the money generated by prostitution, which outlaws pimps, but also makes it illegal for a sex worker Prostitute in Vancouver hire security, for instance.
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But that's the central question, isn't it? Is prostitution a business? Because if it is, in fact, a legal economic activity, sex workers should enjoy the same workplace safety standards as any other profession.
One person I spoke to for my article put it this way: However, according to another perspective, there is no such thing as violence-free prostitution because prostitution IS violence. So from this point of view, the very notion of safe prostitution is a contradiction. And in my research, I never found a clear logical reasoning for this argument. It's like trying to explain why murder is wrong; it just is. Prostitute in Vancouver, this is going to be an ugly, vicious fight that's going to make a lot of people upset and uncomfortable.
All the same, I encourage everyone to keep up with the developments in the case and learn a bit more about the topic. This is the province that gave the world Robert Pickton, after all, so let's not turn a blind eye. We've done that for long enough. Share Tweet Share Share Prostitute in Vancouver. Stay informed with BCBusiness. Daily updates on what's happening in BC's business world.
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