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It is important, as a province, that we discuss the sex trade because awareness makes light bulbs go off. And if it remains taboo, if it remains something forced underground, unassisted by community organizations and police, people are going to get hurt. Including vulnerable youth. To date, the report has been credited with improved collaboration among police, government, and agencies that provide services which can prevent the harm or exploitation of potential victims of the sex trade.
Sites were visited in BC, so we could emulate similar organizations here, including street outreach services. These things exist in every city, everywhere. And not talking about it, or not wanting it to, forces it underground, where no one is safe.
While the commercial sex trade is evident in St. Others are simply forced into it against their will. The latter being reason enough to have the trade be above board and under a spotlight. That makes sense given its population size. Even Trip Advisor, the popular travel website, provides sex trade info for the curious traveller. A Trip Advisor entry on St. An adult massage parlour owner can make ten grand off a single employee in a good month. And some restaurant, bar, and hotel owners get a cut for knowingly facilitating the activity of a sex trade company.
To maximize profits, a sex business owner will often have a set of rules it can claim a worker broke, to keep their pay down on a bad day. The new convention centre will bring more johns to the city. As far as the street-level prostitution goes, men and women lay claim to a street corner, park, alley, or doorway.
Others work when they need the money. Other times, drivers simply keep a kind watch out for the well-being of a worker. Other times, a worker will exchange fares for tricks with a regular driver. There is no system in place to approach a prostitute. Johns cruise up and down a street looking for solitary women who appear to be waiting for something.