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When the Ontario Appeals Court ruled this week that our laws banning bawdy-houses were unconstitutional , City Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti renewed his call that Toronto establish a red-light district where brothels could be licensed to operate.
Never one to shy away from controversy , Mammoliti again bravely offered the Toronto Islands as an appropriate location even after the same suggestion was widely panned last year when the sex worker case first made the news. Although, finding oneself in the midst of a crush of prostitutes commuting by ferry at rush hour does have a certain literary appeal. What does a brothel need with the infrastructure that an industrial park offers?
Are we shipping in sex workers by the truckload? Are we unloading them in crates with forklifts? Are the passionate screams of orgasmers as deafening as heavy machinery? Talk about an uninviting environment for the most intimate business on earth. What about a downtown destination for all your sexiest needs?
The easily accessible central location would benefit both locals and tourists looking for their fill of sexual thrills. However, area businesses may not be enthused by the idea of the label: Communication manager for the DownTown Yonge BIA Abigail Gamble says the businesses they represent would not be interested in the area being designated a red-light district though she declined to elaborate as to why. So if nobody wants a red-light district in their backyard, where do you put the brothels?
Everywhere, obviously! Red-light districts attract a whole slew of undesirable elements like organized crime and drug addiction. Chances are one already exists. There are bars, LCBOs, movie theatres, restaurants and a million other entertainment options located conveniently across the city. Brothels should be allowed to be distributed just as equally. Why should I have to take the subway all the way across the city if I want to buy sex?