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Nineteen per cent listed an interest in masochism or said they had experienced it Although the study, which is published in The Journal of Sex Research, was only conducted in Quebec, Professor Joyal said the findings could also apply to wider populations in North America and Europe.
Surprisingly 26 per cent of those questioned said they had an interest in or had taken part in frotteurism – where sexual pleasure is derived from rubbing the groin against another person without permission.
Raven, a name she uses professionally, started selling sex in Winnipeg about a year ago. “People are worried about being busted.” Four months after the federal government brought into force new laws aimed at ending prostitution in this country, the vast grey market for sexual services in Canada remains, unsurprisingly, intact.
Clients are becoming more cautious, she believes, and advertising more discreet.
“I’m not hurting anybody.” In the last several months, though, Raven, 33, has noticed small changes cropping up in her industry.
From Halifax to Victoria and everywhere in between, sex is still being bought and sold in Canada, according to sex workers, police departments, researchers, and common sense.
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In interviews with the , sex workers in five cities across Canada, all contacted through a popular sexual services website and identified here by their work names, said uncertainty over the new regulations has pushed some clients away and made business harder for them in other ways.