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Toronto's Now Magazine has announced it will no longer carry sex in the back of its paper. Longtime editor and publisher Alice Klein revealed the change in a letter to readers published in the newspaper's Sep. The alternative tabloid has long published promoting sexual services in its back s.
The publication's stance was that denying advertising space to sexual workers was discriminatory. However, Klein says the digital world now offers a "robust marketplace" for sex workers.
That includes Now Magazine's website, which still includes for sexual services in its online classified section. Pseudonyms will no longer be permitted. By submitting a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish that comment in whole or in part, in any manner CBC chooses.
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The publication says paper are no longer needed since sex workers have access to a "robust" online marketplace. Social Sharing.
Now Magazine plans to defy ad ban in new prostitution bill "Denying sex workers their right to advertise when few publications would allow it was not an option for us," Klein continued.Free Canada local sex ads
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