Blog
Meghan Murphy | Harm reduction ensures the marginalized remain marginalized, but remain contained and unproblematic to the middle class. It assumes that change is impossible and lets the state off the hook.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | On Wednesday, December 10th, Lord Morrow’s Human Trafficking and Exploitation Bill was voted through at the Final Stage.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | You can't make anti-feminist arguments and call yourself a feminist.
Columnists
Joyce Arthur | In an act of "sick and twisted" irony, Canada's new prostitution law takes effect on December 6, the anniversary of the Montreal Massacre and a day now set aside to mourn violence against women.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | The Republic of Ireland joins a growing number of countries opting to criminalize the purchase of sex.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | The government's bill, The Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act, will criminalize pimps and johns and decriminalize people who sell sex.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | The Conservative government’s prostitution bill -- Bill C-36 -- passed in the House of Commons Monday night by a 156-124 vote.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | A recent statement from the Victoria Sexual Assault Centre implies that criminalizing johns will negatively impact the safety of prostitutes, despite evidence that legalization has done far more harm.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | A new study out of Norway shows that criminalizing demand decreases trafficking and does not increase violence against women.
Blog
Emily Monaghan | Emily Monaghan attends and reviews a screening of the 1984 documentary, Hookers on Davie.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | There are some good things and a potentially bad thing in Bill C-36. Here is a summary of both.
Podcast
Meghan Murphy | Rachel Moran, Bridget Perrier, and Kathleen Barry discuss the implications of Amnesty International's proposal to decriminalize prostitution and look at what's next for Canada's prostitution laws.