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Prostitution is no longer illegal (Canada)

Prostitution is no longer illegal

It’s probably the safest Canada will ever have been in it’s entire life. Wait first and hear me out. The laws across Canada, not just Toronto, or Vancouver, but the laws across Canada changed, and it made the world safer, I am saying thanks, and the world is saying thanks, those that are suitable or eligible.

Now my stance on this has always been in recent years to have it be decriminalized. That’s what I had envisioned happening. Now prior to that, I thought or use to think that illegal was the correct decision, but it’s not. After reviewing how the situation functioned in the bible, in European cities, in Canada, and to a small degree America, it’s always been there, it will likely always be there, the oldest trade, the oldest profession, at least one of them.

I also researched a group of woman, in a Asian part of the world, who worked on their own, they were some of the few with the access that was needed, and they were also some of the few not catching HIV at the time, They had caught everything else, but HIV was not being caught, and a short distance away at a brothel, not too far off, just about every working had HIV, so it was endemic in the area, but not endemic to them. I am a bored person at time, and I do amature research. The answer to the HIV question, was there in those situations, and those moments, but that’s another topic.

Terri-Jean Bedford talks to reporters at the Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa Friday morning, Dec. 20, 2013 after learning Canada’s highest court struck down the country’s prostitution laws in their entirety in a unanimous 9-0 ruling. Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press

The Supreme Court of Canada has struck down the country’s anti-prostitution laws in a unanimous decision, and given Parliament one year to come up with new legislation — should it choose to do so.

In striking down laws prohibiting brothels, living on the avails of prostitution and communicating in public with clients, the top court ruled Friday that the laws were over-broad and “grossly disproportionate.”

This decision will mean hopefully that Canada will not have to see another Robert Pickton disaster, and so many other disasters, and tragedies, when prostitution is done the correct way, (is there a way it can be done, the correct way) cause it is there, it’s done low key, understated, and the impact on the society is minimized, the way it’s being done now, is affecting everyone, if that’s the way it’s always been done, then let’s do something different.

The women, men, and even the children caught up in this must find a way. Now that it’s not illegal, let’s rush, not walk, let’s rush to take the children out, who do not belong, who can be saved, who want to be saved, let’s assist the women and the men who do not want to be there, cause now those resources can kick in, they could not before in the exact same way.

Legally let’s get those cases through the court system, it’s no longer illegal, get the prisoners out of jail, let the women go free, the one’s that you can, let the men go free as well. Cause it’s no longer illegal correct, stop making them into criminals for this, enable people to be criminalized for the things that make sense.

Let’s enable the safety of our societies and others. The world will be watching and is already watching, the decision made in Canada, affects the world. Now that these laws have changed, let’s see the change it will have over the next year. Let’s see how these laws fit into the scheme of things, when it comes to Community Planning, and Implementation.

From Russia with love.

December 20, 2013 - Posted by | Gang Stalking

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  1. Waiting To Exhale

    Comment by gangstalking | December 20, 2013 | Reply

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