On this GlobalNewsWTM: “People don't see us as fully human. Violence against us is seen as expected” — sex workers’ rights advocate Sandra Wesley
The murder of a sex worker allegedly by a convicted killer on parole in Quebec last month has reignited calls for reform to Canada’s sex work laws. The laws came into effect in 2014 and were touted as a way to eliminate the demand for sex work altogether. But many advocates say that sex workers have faced increased violence. Today on the show, Sandra Wesley, the executive director of Stella, explains her perspective on the death of Marylene Levesque and why she’s advocating for the full decriminalization of sex workOmny Studio is the complete audio management solution for podcasters and radio stations © 2020 121cast Pty Ltd. Read more: Globalnews.ca
GlobalNewsWTM Same with opioid addicts. They could come from the wealthiest family but if addicted they are treated as subhuman. GlobalNewsWTM Nothing more than female dogs. Sex work has never been respected, nothing more than germs being spread STD'S.
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