Conservative MPs not listening to critics of anti-prostitution bill, ‘disheartening, angering’: sex worker
By Caroline NewcastleJul. 14, 2014
While we heard about ‘giving a voice to the voiceless’ throughout the week, sex workers do have voices and we can use them, but that does not mean everyone will listen to what we have to say.
OTTAWA—As an escort in the sex industry for four years, I am opposed to Bill C-36 because it will put my life at risk by criminalizing me, my clients, and anyone I might hire in a “commercial enterprise” to help me stay safe.
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