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Meghan Murphy | Alice Klein claims her decision to continue profiting from prostitution advertisements is about supporting the human rights of marginalized women, but it's really about capitalism.
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Alice Klein | NOW has run ads for sexual services throughout its history, because as a publication that stands for human rights and free expression, it has refused to discriminate against sex work and sex workers.
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Meghan Murphy | More badly reported stories on prostitution and Canada's new prostitution legislation, set to come into effect on December 6, the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.
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Meghan Murphy | Late last night, members of the Stormont assembly voted in favour of a bill that would outlaw the purchase of sex in Northern Ireland.
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Cheryl Auger | Bill C-36 was passed in the House of Commons last week. And a lot of people, including sex workers, are not pleased. Will this bill continue to contribute to sex workers' rights violations?
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Meghan Murphy | Chris Atchison argues that exploitative or violent johns are a minority and that, in fact, they are victims of violence at the hands of sex workers and pimps as well.
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Joyce Arthur | The new prostitution bill introduced in June by Injustice Minister Peter MacKay is blatantly unconstitutional and will result in more dead women.
Podcast
Meghan Murphy | Meghan Murphy speaks with Janine Benedet and Alice Lee about Canada's new proposed prostitution legislation, Bill C-36, The Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act.
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J. Baglow | Sex trade workers are, first and foremost, workers. To stand in solidarity with them is to stand in solidarity with each other.
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Mercedes Allen | Anti-prostitution Bill C-36 explicitly puts sex work on the same footing as human trafficking and conflates the two in law. There are serious issues with doing so.
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Meghan Murphy | There are some good things and a potentially bad thing in Bill C-36. Here is a summary of both.
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Karl Nerenberg | The government has introduced new legislation in response to the Supreme Court's Bedford decision that struck down existing legislation on sex work. Some think the new law tries to do an "end run."