prostitution laws

Podcast
Mar 6, 2016
Hooker Monologues

The Hooker Monologues

Redeye
A remarkable new production opens next week at the Firehall Arts Centre. The Hooker Monologues will present narratives directly based on the experiences of sex workers and allies.
Columnists
Aug 2, 2013

The audacity of sex workers

Organized by Desiree Alliance (a coalition of sex workers, health professionals, social scientists, educators and allies), the 5th national sex workers' conference took place July 14-19.
Podcast
Apr 10, 2012

The invisible man: Reflections on the Bedford case

The F Word
Janine Benedet, associate professor with the UBC Faculty of Law, reflects on the Bedford case and looks at what has been left out of the conversation around prostitution in Canada.
Podcast
Aug 10, 2011

Feminism and the prostitution debates

The F Word
Hosts Nicole Deagan and Meghan Murphy explore the prostitution debates with feminists Chris Bruckert, Lee Lakeman, Erin Graham and Cherry Smiley.
Podcast
Oct 18, 2009

Sex trade workers challenge Canada's prostitution laws

John Bonnar Audio Blog
Sex workers began their lawsuit against the federal government last week to change the laws. Wendy Babcock, a former sex trade worker, explains why changes are necessary.
Event

Sexuality as Governmentality? Grounding Sex in the Political History of a City

Nov 17, 2009
University College Room 253
15 King's College Circle University College Toronto
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 44.4708" N, 79° 23' 46.41" W
Ontario CA
A look at the how changing policies made prostitution "The Social Evil" in New York during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and the resulting effect on sex workers and gender morality.
Subscribe to prostitution laws