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However, advertising sexual services, paying for those services, and living off the material gains from selling sex, are illegal. This is nearly as patronizing as it is ineffective at eradicating sex work. True, many women and children — boys as well as girls — fall prey to predatory men, and are forced into prostitution by violence or drug addictions. Some are lost to human trafficking. Some are killed. These women and children do need saving, and their situation deserves everything the Canadian and international justice system has to offer.
Underage prostitution and sex slavery should absolutely be illegal and the procurers never the victims should be prosecuted with the full force of the law.
But not all sex workers are forced into prostitution. Escorts and call girls can make a lot of money, and some truly enjoy their jobs. She loved escorting, which allowed her to pay for post-secondary school, rent, and car insurance. If they choose to sell sexual services, then the government should not treat them as immoral or as victims, or prosecute their clients.
Instead, the government should ensure that they are working in as safe an environment as possible. The PCEPA was drafted to eradicate prostitution while protecting the sex workers from criminal charges, but all it does is disregard prostitution as a legitimate source of income and increase the risk of violence, rape, and STI transmission for sex workers. Criminalizing any portion of transactional sex enforces social stigma and pushes the industry underground.
Being forced to conduct business in the shadows means that sex workers have less power to negotiate fees and insist on safe sex practices. Sex workers are now less likely to access health and support services than they were before the PCEPA passed in Argento found that 18 per cent were unable to access health services post-PCEPA as opposed to 13 per cent previously.