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This blog post continues our series about prostitution in Canada. Today, we focus on demand. When an individual is arrested for purchasing or attempting to purchase sexual services, they may qualify to attend the Diversion Program. The program aims to educate offenders about the harms of prostitution and the sex industry. Men who pay for sex seek intimacy, sex with no strings attached, or thrill and variety.
They are sometimes also abusive or violent. Without demand, would prostitution exist? Who are the buyers of sex? In our work, we see men from all backgrounds. We have young and older people, from 18 years old to 80 years. They come from all ethnic, national and cultural backgrounds. We have men who have lived in Canada all their lives and we have newcomers who have only been here for a couple of months.
The one common factor is that they are all men. Is demand inevitable? Demand is not inevitable but takes time and effort to reduce. It requires a change of culture, primarily amongst men. The best way to address and reduce demand is:. Our next blog will explore PCEPA — what it is, how it works, and how it has been integrated into our judicial system since its inception in This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
Learn how your comment data is processed. What is demand, and how does it drive prostitution? Demand is when men pay money, give gifts, or provide needed items in exchange for sexual services. This can happen virtually through pornography, online sex, etc. By seeking these sexual encounters whether it is online or in person, they create a market that in return creates more degrading and violent forms of sex.
Prostitution Offender Programs for men to hold other men able and become champions for this cause In our work, many participants have an eye-opening experience when they realize the impact of their participation in the sex industry. We have seen many men make changes in their lives and not be involved in prostitution anymore. Survivor Support Fund. The fund opens to receive applications on Oct.
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