DECRIMINALIZING THE SEX TRADE
- Reconvening the federal committee on prostitution law reform. Lowman, John // CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;7/20/2004, Vol. 171 Issue 2, p147
Comments on the problems with Canadian prostitution law. Arguments on the impact of the new communicating law on the levels of street prostitution; Three forms of commercial sex; Biggest problem with the prohibitionist agenda.
- SCHOOL BRAZEN HUSSIES & SCHOOL BOARDERS. Hunter, Neill // Investigate;Oct2004, Vol. 4 Issue 46, p36
Focuses on the efforts of the Hamilton community in New Zealand to banish the Prostitution Reform Act (PRA) 2003. Provisions of the PRA; Number of established mainstream parlour and escort agencies in Hamilton in 2004; Views of several politicians regarding the by-law; Information on the...
- The Forty Reasons Why Whores Are My Heroes. Sprinkle, Annie M. // Social Alternatives;Jul99, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p8
A list of 40 reasons which made the author considers prostitutes as heroes is presented. Prostitutes are recognized for their ability to share their most private, sensitive body parts to others even to strangers. Likewise, they are adventurous and live dangerously because of the risks associated...
- Prostitution Law Reform in Australia. A Preliminary Evaluation. Sullivan, Barbara // Social Alternatives;Jul99, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p9
The article evaluates the legalization of prostitution houses in several Australian jurisdictions which include the New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria and the problems faced by the sex workers in the houses. The legalization of such brothels have been agreed upon by the feminist and sex...
- World Charter For Prostitutes' Rights. // Social Alternatives;Jul99, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p31
A list of rights of the prostitutes identified by the International Committee for Prostitute's Rights. They include dicriminalizing prostitution and regulate third parties according to standard business codes wherein it must be noted that existing standard business codes allow abuse of...
- Going after "the saddest problem". // Body Politic;Jul85, Issue 116, p27
Reports on the introduction of a legislative bill aims at providing stiff penalties for those convicted of child prostitution in the Philippines, as of July 1985. Co-sponsor of the bill; Incident that led to the bill's creation; Overview of child prostitution in the region.
- Birds of a feather. Cockerline, Danny // Body Politic;Nov82, Issue 88, p14
Deals with the use of loitering charge against prostitutes by police officers in Toronto, Ontario as of November 1982. Issue pointed out by Judge P.T. Matlow, regarding the practice; Overview of a 1978 Supreme Court of Canada ruling on soliciting.
- YOUTH SEX WORKERS ON THE U.S.-MEXICO BORDER. Yasmina Katsulis // Wagadu: A Journal of Transnational Women's & Gender Studies;2010, Vol. 8, p115
The everyday lives of youth sex workers remain largely ignored in global debates about the impact of criminalization and policing on sex workers. Youth sex workers are often portrayed as victims of commercial child sexual exploitation, with little acknowledgement of their everyday worlds. Using...
- New sex-work bill considerably stricter than Nordic model. LING, JUSTIN // Capital Xtra (Ottawa);6/19/2014, Issue 268, p9
The article offers information on the sex-work legislation Bill C-36, the Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act introduced by Justice Minister Peter MacKay in Canada on June 4, 2014. It informs that the bill makes it a crime for a sex worker to communicate in a public place with a...