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Quebec Sex Work News

Last week, a Canadian Conservative politician dismissed the idea that anyone would willingly become a sex worker. However, what Viersen, and many others are missing, is that consensual sex work and sex trafficking are inherently different. Nearly four years ago, I purposely left a comfortable nine-to-five corporate finance career for the opportunity to be a sex worker.

On Jan. 22, 22-year-old Marylène Lévesque – a vivacious, generous woman with a bright future – was found dead in a Quebec City hotel room. Sex workers warned that Canada’s new sex work laws would result in more violence. Ms. Lévesque’s death is a devastating example of how these laws put sex workers’ lives at risk. To prevent tragedies like Ms. Lévesque, laws and institutions must urgently acknowledge and act on sex workers’ recommendations on making work safer.

Quebec’s justice minister is questioning whether the federal parole board has enough resources to properly evaluate the risk prisoners pose to the public following the slaying of a 22-year-old woman — allegedly by a man previously convicted of murder and out on parole. This follows the death of Marylene Levesque, a sex worker allegedly killed by 51-year-old Eustachio Gallese in a Quebec City hotel on Wednesday.

According to the Quebec City newspaper Le Soleil, Levesque had been working out of an erotic massage parlour. But Gallese had reportedly been banned from the building because he had been violent with other women, so the two met at a hotel in the city’s Ste-Foy district.