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If the Ontario government is smart, it'll not challenge the Ontario Court of Appeal's judgment to strike down laws against maintaining a bawdy house as unconstitutional, but that "exploiting" hookers or "communicating" is illegal.
If prostitutes -- sex trade workers, for those who prefer a euphemism -- are now entitled to hire people to represent or protect them, is that not a form of "exploitation? What the Appeal Court did recognize is that prostitution, or selling sex, is a high-risk, dangerous occupation that can be but usually isn't very lucrative.
One of the more unwholesome realities of society is the "pimp" who feeds off those who sell or rent out their bodies. Pimps are usually depicted as low-lifes who control prostitutes and take the bulk of their sexual earnings. Making brothels legal may afford some protection or security for those in the business, but how does one differentiate them from being "exploitive?
Just as prostitutes exploit the sexual lust of their clients, so do people who work in the bawdy house business "exploit" the industry, and "communicate" for their income. It's a tricky question which future courts will have to wrestle if the law stands. Clearly, Canada is behind the times when it comes to revised moral judgments. We aren't the Netherlands, where prostitution -- if not exactly respectable -- is accepted and confined to certain areas.
If it works for Amsterdam, why not Toronto? The danger of prostitution to those who make a living from it cannot be dismissed. Everyone has a right to protection, and it's well-established that no one protects or safeguards prostitutes, except prostitutes themselves. Pig farmer Robert Pickton in B. So was the Seattle Green River killer of 50 prostitutes , who may or may not have been caught, but who is believed to have since died because killings have ceased.