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Beware how you remove hope from another human being. A slight paraphrase of Oliver Wendell Holmes, former U. Supreme Court justice. A man whose legal scholarship was matched only by his respect for democracy. Last week, democracy took a hit. A handful of unelected folks including Janice Abbott, CEO of the Atira social housing empire, announced a major policy change involving prostitution, a daily tragedy on Vancouver streets.
Its basically legal. And youre paying for it. Abbotts Atira, home to taxpayer millions, and its junior partner RainCity Housing, have, for an unspecified period of time, operated de facto brothels in the Downtown Eastside. According to a press release, Abbott and friends authored a study involving 39 women in two unnamed public housing projects, which offer supportive guest policies and condoms where clients sign-in at the front desk.
Apparently, the study, five pages of scientific brilliance, bore fruit and these models have now been extended to reach more sex workers across a number of housing programs in Vancouver. So there you have it. The debate is over.
Our legislators can move on. Notify the Supreme Court, we dont need them anymore. Abbott and her study co-authors from the B. Such as: Why are the 39 women involved in prostitution? Is there an age limit? Do they have pimps? Would they rather receive help out of prostitution? Or women-only detox programs? Or police action against pimps and johns?
Did you ask the women these questions? And if so, may we see the answers? Not likely. Because this study is not about education but rather a tool in an ongoing campaign by so-called harm reduction advocates to legalize prostitution. It notes the landmark decision by the Ontario Court of Appeal that struck down Canadian prostitution laws.