By Any Other Name: The Street Sex Workers of Winnipeg
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Prostitution is a matter that affects many in Winnipeg; most obviously, the women and girls who are exploited through street work in the north and west end communities. These women and children are disproportionately of Aboriginal descent, further marginalizing a group of people who are already disadvantaged in Winnipeg. With current revision of legislation surrounding prostitution in Canada, understanding who makes up Winnipeg’s street sex workers, and how these changes affect our society, becomes the responsibility of every member of the city.
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