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Seventeen weeks later, she was debt-free. I barely even have a glass of wine. The lower Ontario court upheld a ban on communication for the purposes of prostitution, which effectively makes street prostitution illegal.
Three Canadian sex workers and their activist lawyer, Osgoode Hall law professor Alan Young, are driving the court challenge for legalization: retired dominatrix Terri-Jean Bedford, former prostitute Valerie Scott and Vancouver sex worker Amy Lebovitch. They argue that the law should be changed to make it illegal to be a pimp or a customer, but not an actual prostitute.
The sex industry in Canada, they say, has victimized young women, many of them underage, forcing them into a life of drug addiction, physical and sexual abuse, and essentially slavery in an illegal industry from which they are unable to break free. In a recent press conference, Matte took the unusual step of accusing Young, the lawyer challenging the law, of essentially being a shill for the sex industry, and not a civil libertarian or a human rights activist.
Matte says that the fact that a large operation like the Bunny Ranch is declaring its desire to come to Canada should be cause for alarm. Hof says his business will help protect Canadian women, and put the dangerous pimps and their criminal bosses out of business, while also ridding the industry of underage, drug-addicted, abused girls.
As well as lowering the crime rate, Hof says legalized prostitution would be an economic winner in Canada. In parts of Nevada, prostitution is licensed — and taxed. It cost money. The opposite. He wants them on drugs. Hof says Summers is typical of the women who staff his brothels.