Red Light Labour is a captivating and informative read that makes an extremely timely and important contribution to studies of sex work in the Canadian context, with attention paid to a broad range of topics, including the legal context, personal experiences of sex workers, and the sex worker rights movement. I strongly recommend it. - Megan Rivers-Moore, author of Gringo Gulch: Sex, Tourism, and Social Mobility in Costa Rica
This book will put to rest any misconceptions that sex workers do not have the capacity to make their own choices. It documents the harms that shame-based laws can cause as well as sex workers’ efforts to resist and challenge the anti-prostitution regime that has developed in Canada. - From the Foreword by Valerie Scott, founding member and a legal coordinator of Sex Professionals of Canada
A thorough collection, it challenges misconceptions and educates readers on many topics, including sex work in rural and small communities, the experience of Indigenous workers, and union engagement with sex work in Canada.- Jessica Rose, THIS Magazine
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