Most sex industry research focuses on the attitudes, understandings or experiences of EITHER people who provide sexual services (i.e., sex workers) OR the people who purchase these . Project News and Publications National Post - barely illegal new prostitution laws may drive sex work underground but can it stop it. A look at the Canada's recently revised prostitution laws. Sources: http:// news. gdgmanch.com news / barely - illegal - new - prostitution - laws - may - drive - sex - work - underground - but - can -it- stop -it · Man charged in Saskatoon. Fulton street station Canada's New Sex Trade Law: gdgmanch.com?article A brief article on the Candian proposed laws on Sex Work: http:// gdgmanch.com news /politics/canadas- new - prostitution - laws Barely illegal: New prostitution laws may drive sex work underground - but can it stop it?. Paige Parsons, Postmedia News | June 9, AM ET further exploitation: activists · Barely illegal: New prostitution laws may drive sex work underground — but can it stop it? The Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act makes it illegal to buy, but not sell, sex though sex workers can still be charged in. We will be conducting a new round of interviews in Victoria, Calgary, Chris and Cecilia interviewed for this article in the National Post: Barely illegal: New prostitution laws may drive sex work underground — but can it stop it? Cecilia interviewed by Liz Liz McArthur, News Director, CFUV FM on September 30. It's here and it has always been, but criminalizing prostitution is not the way to to escape from the world of prostitution; the abuses and exploitation must stop. It's not by criminalizing sex work, even parts of it, that we can accomplish such a thing. " Barely Illegal: New Prostitution Laws May Drive Sex Work Underground.
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