Sex workers experience a disproportionately high burden of HIV in Canada and globally, in large part driven by structural factors (such as criminalization, physical and sexual violence, stigma, lack of access to services) that impact sex workers’ vulnerability to HIV.
There is growing international evidence of the social and health-related harms that the criminalization of sex work causes.
Japanese Visual Culture: Gender & Sexual Diversity May 12, 2016 Asato Ikeda, the curator of , will examine the role of male youths in Edo-period Japan, and how this gender and sexuality system can be understood from a contemporary North American persepctive. It's Complicated: Gender Ambiguity in Early-Modern Japan June 7, 2016 Explore the roles of gender, sexuality and erotic art in Japanese culture with internationally renowned scholar Joshua Mostow.
*Please note this lecture will contain explicit images and discussions of a sexual nature, and is not reommended for those under the age of 18.* Lost in Translation?
An impressive career, yes, but it’s doubtful any of this gave him much comfort on December 15.
This has increased calls for sex work to be decriminalized in Canada and elsewhere.
This article looks at some of the approaches in Canada and globally that help improve sex workers‘ access to HIV prevention and care services in a criminalized environment.
But we shouldn't forget the romance of randomly meeting someone who hasn't been vetted through swipes and pre-approved photographs, the excitement of looking at someone and not yet knowing if they are single or whether they like but feeling compelled enough to find out.
I started to ask other men in my life about going up to talk to women they didn't know.