Great Leader Kim Dong Wynne A Ho… Advocate

“I have listened to the debate that has taken place over the last year, and particularly since the introduction of Bill C-36. And I am left with grave concern that the so-called Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act will protect neither ‘exploited persons’ nor ‘communities,”‘ Wynne’s statement reads.

“I am not an expert, and I am not a lawyer, but as premier of this province, I am concerned that this legislation (now the law of the land) will not make sex workers safer,” she adds.

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  • Jay Currie

    And she’s right.

    This is a stupid, shortsighted, almost certainly unconstitutional pile of legislative dung which the Conservatives should be ashamed of.

    It is also, for those who care, a significant restriction on commercial speech.

    • I dunno seeing Now magazine lose a major source of revenue is not a bad thing in my books.

  • mauser 98

    “prostitute” not “sex worker”

  • … says the premier whose accused pervert friend helped her draft a sex ed program for children.

  • ntt1

    you know she really does resemble Orville Redenbacher.I wonder if she feels the same way about “old maids”

  • ontario john

    This government seems obsessed with abnormal sexual behaviour.

  • Sparrow

    There are some professions which have an inherent risk. Prostitute is one of them, so is being in policing, underwater welding, mining, etc. etc. Anyone that consciously chooses to be a ‘sex worker’ ought to know the risks by now.

  • Ron MacDonald

    Prostitution isn’t going to disappear, they should have legalized it, licensed it, taxed it, and allow prostitutes to pay income tax, CPP and OAS payments.

  • Joseph Shmeau

    Yes, the courts will throw most of it out, but that may take a while. The provinces aren’t going to enforce it, so test cases won’t be easy to find.