I couldn`t help but notice that many women and agencies are advertising sex. It has become quite frequent to go on a provider`s website and see : , greek, cim, msog, etc. Now let`s be honnest, it doesn`t take a PHD to understand the meaning of those acronyms. It`s very simple to find MERB and find the acronym`s signification. It also became quite frequent to see pictures of the the providers naked in very erotic positions (I am not talking about artistic nudes or ``soft core``).
My point here is only this : When I started in this business 6yrs ago, a Montreal lawyer who also worked with Stella had told me that everything I did was legal (besides living off the money I made this way) as long as I didn`t advertise a sexual service. I also had that told to me by a woman at Stella in those times.
This means a woman can advertise companionship and will never have any problems with the law (besides maybe for not declaring her incomes). But a woman who says clearly : ``for 200$ per hour we will have sex`` is at risk of being arrested and prosecuted just as much as a woman who is caught hustling on the street.
So if all this is true, that means the day the governement puts some money into fighting prostitution, there are many agencies and women who will end up with at least a criminal file... and I don`t think the clients who end up being caught at the same time will be spared from prosecution either.
So I don`t know if there is a Quebec licensed lawyer here who could put some light on this? Besides the fact that the police doesn`t have all the ressources to fight prostitution and it is less checked than it use to be, is there anything in the law that has changed and now allows those things? Has hustling also become legal? Is ``pimping`` now something legal too? I really wonder.