Podcast
Ellie Gordon-Moershel | Part two in a three-part series on prostitution and women's equality, this podcast features a talk by Trisha Baptie, founder of formally Exploited Voices now Educating (EVE).
Podcast
Meghan Murphy | Part one in a three-part series on prostitution and women's equality, this podcast features a talk by consultant, lawyer and radical feminist Gunilla Ekberg.
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The F Word | Meghan Murphy explores issues and debates around prostitution, specifically looking at the abolition argument -- the idea that we identify trafficking and prostitution as violence against women.
Podcast
Paul Ryan | Katrina Pacey from Pivot Legal Society explains what happens now to the sex work challenge that was delayed by the federal government in 2008.
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Redeye
Jane Williams | On September 29, the Superior Court of Ontario ruled three key provisions of the law against prostitution unconstitutional. We speak with lawyer Katrina Pacey.
Columnists
Sasha Van Bon Bon | After bitching for the past 16 years about decriminalizing sex work, something wholly unexpected happened on Tuesday afternoon. Sex work was decriminalized in Ontario.
News
Rick Harp | While giving credit to the terrible conditions that create these problems, we often overlook the dysfunctional community life that can drive Aboriginal women off their home reserves and into danger.
Columnists
Sasha Van Bon Bon | The Desiree Alliance is run by volunteers, led by sex workers. Their conference, now in its fourth year, attracts sex workers and their allies from across North America and some from overseas.
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Jessie Foster (right) at her 2002 high school graduation with her mother, Glendene Grant. Jessie went missing in Las Vegas in March 2006 and her mother believes she is the victim of human trafficking. Photo courtesy of Glendene Grant.
Cathryn Atkinson | Jessie Foster of Kamloops, B.C., went missing in Las Vegas four years ago. Her mother, Glendene Grant, became an international activist in the fight against human trafficking while trying to find her.
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Some say evidence of Olympic-related trafficking shows a spike in vulnerable women being brought to Vancouver during the Games. But local sex trade activists disagree.  Image: Salvation Army.
Mara Kardas-Nelson | Some say evidence of Olympic-related trafficking shows a spike in vulnerable women being brought to Vancouver during the Games. But local sex trade activists disagree.
Columnists
Sasha Van Bon Bon | Sasha Van Bon Bon gives advice on falling in love with a prostitute and safe sex toys.
Blog
Nico Little | Last week, in recognition of the Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, I went out Christmas caroling in the streets of London's Soho district with a bunch of hookers and their friends.