To Terri-Jean Bedford, a dominatrix who was convicted in 1998 of keeping a common bawdy house, it was “emancipation day.”Ass-paddling aside... there's a pretty ambitious agenda being put forward here...
“How am I going to celebrate? I’m going to spank some ass,” Bedford, cracking a riding whip, told reporters.
Ms. Scott said that prostitutes will begin pressing immediately for a regulation regime that includes workers’ compensation, health standards and inclusion in the country’s income-tax scheme.Now, call me skeptical... but I'm thinkin'... you're giving 20 dollar blowjobs to unwashed strangers in dark back alleys for your next hit on Satan's glass pipe... you might wanna try fit in a little rehab before you go for that listing on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
Or declare war on the Canadian government...
"This was a big bite out of the heart of government. They are going to feel this one. I don’t know what this means now; whether or not we will see five-storey brothels like the ones in Germany."Yeah... we can only hope, huh?
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“There’s a reason why those laws are in place,” York Regional Police vice Det.-Sgt. Henry Deruiter said. “If you’ve got a pimp that’s operating and has control and exercises control over these girls the way that they do, of course they’re important charges.**********
We want to get them before the courts and prosecute them to the fullest.”
Retired Toronto Police detective Dave Perry, who locked up countless pimps, said striking down the laws “is like handing out licences to pimps.”
FROM THE COMMENTS:
"It will be interesting, won't it? I mean, just a few weeks ago, the left was trumpeting the fact that the cops LOVED the gun registry."
"Now, with cops not exactly enamoured of the idea of legalizing whores, will the left still make us try to believe they care what cops think, or throw them under the bus. Again."