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Hooker Monologues
Redeye Collective | 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
Joyce Arthur | The question should be: how best can we ensure the safety and rights of sex workers? But the battle has become about how best to control sex work under the guise of "protecting" sex workers.
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Joyce Arthur | Imagine for a moment, if the debate over prostitution laws was aimed at other types of workers.
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Joyce Arthur | 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.
News
Emily Symons addressing a rally Thursday outside the Supreme Court.
Greg Macdougall | Today in Ottawa the Supreme Court of Canada is hearing arguments in a landmark case concerning sex workers.
Columnists
Pro Bono, Shelina Ali | A recent Supreme Court decision clarifies Canadian courts' discretion in granting standing to public interest groups to pursue litigation aimed at protecting the rights of vulnerable groups in Canada.
Podcast
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.
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Sarah M. | Despite decriminalization of indoor sex work, the Ontario Court of Appeal's decision on prostitution laws is a disappointment for sex workers.
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Pivot Legal Society | Today the Ontario Court of Appeal announced its ruling on the constitutionality of Canada's prostitution laws. Pivot is heralding the decision as a partial victory.
Podcast
The F Word | Meghan Murphy speaks with Hilla Kerner of Vancouver Rape Relief and Women's Shelter about the Bedford v. Canada decision and what it means.
News
Sarah Mann | In Toronto last weekend and coming to Montréal at the end of the month, Les Demimondes brings Prostitution Herself to the stage to confront sex worker misrepresentation.
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Joyce Arthur | What follows is part two of my critique of the prostitution abolitionist viewpoint as contained in the Factum of the Intervenor Women's Coalition.