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    Lightbulb Great article: Managing Sex Work

    Information for Third Parties and Sex Workers in the Incall and Outcall Sectors of the Sex Industry

    Rethinking Management in the Adult and Sex Industry is an innovative research project that set out to demystify and unpack the realities of individuals who act as third parties and to understand the various roles these individuals play in the lives of sex workers.

    The information in this booklet is from interviews with 50 incall and outcall third parties and 27 incall and outcall sex workers across four regions in Canada (southern Ontario, eastern Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes) conducted for the Rethinking Management in the Adult and Sex Industry research project.

    Legal Context (Great info on Federal Laws governing the industry)

    The exchange of sexual services for money is not, and has never been, illegal in Canada. however, the Canadian Criminal Code (cc) makes many activities associated with sex work illegal.

    This section provides information about the laws that impact the work of third parties and sex workers in the incall and outcall sectors of the sex industry. In Canada all third parties are criminalized (e.g., drivers, webmasters or webmistresses, security, receptionists, agents, managers, owners).

    The laws that criminalize third parties also criminalize sex workers who do managerial or administrative tasks (e.g., scheduling, booking or advertising) for another sex worker or at the agency where they work.

    Read more here: http://www.socialsciences.uottawa.ca...SexWorkWeb.pdf

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    Interesting article. It looks like Canada is very lax in enforcing its 3rd party prostitution laws. From my understanding, authorities usually get involved when there is under-aged participants, drugs, or forced prostitution involved. Agency owners have been allowed to operate when they don't violate any of those related laws.

    I wonder if the upcoming court case will effect the current laws?
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    Quote Originally Posted by daydreamer41 View Post
    Interesting article. It looks like Canada is very lax in enforcing its 3rd party prostitution laws. From my understanding, authorities usually get involved when there is under-aged participants, drugs, or forced prostitution involved. Agency owners have been allowed to operate when they don't violate any of those related laws.

    I wonder if the upcoming court case will effect the current laws?
    I've heard that some of the data compiled in this research will be presented to the court when proceedings resume on June 13.

    2013-04-25 Order by, Ro, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT:
    Any attorneys general intervening on constitutional questions shall serve and file their factum and book of authorities no later than May 30, 2013.
    IT IS HEREBY FURTHER ORDERED THAT:
    The date of the hearing for this appeal has been re-scheduled to June 13, 2013.
    Granted

    http://www.scc-csc.gc.ca/case-dossie...aspx?cas=34788

    Here's another article with more indepth research on the same topic.

    http://maggiestoronto.ca/uploads/Fil...ntResearch.pdf

    Stella from Montreal is involved in this project.

    http://www.chezstella.org/

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