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As the prostitution industry grapples with the recession, prostitutes in Canada are gearing up for the next big thing: The Olympics in Vancouver. While the athletes are practicing their skating, skiing and bobsledding skills, prostitutes in Canada are also training for the big event.
Tracy Quan, a former call girl and author of "Diary of a Jetsetting Call Girl," said there's a tendency for people to get really excited when the press pays attention to them. Particularly for sex workers, who thrive on attention. We're used to the idea that, if someone pays attention to us, it's fun.
It's nice," Quan explained. With media, they run the risk of being manipulated. Quan says women working in the industry should really think twice about doing a media interview.
They need to go in knowing what they want from the interview, and be ready to bail if it's not going the way they want it to. What would be their incentive? It's not like they're selling cars or running a bank, where they need the press. A Nice, Warm Bed. While exchanging sex for money is legal in Canada, operating a brothel is not. That's the quasi part. A group of prostitute activists is trying to get that changed so they can open a brothel in time for the Olympics , offering the ladies a safe place to conduct business during the games, the Canadian Press reports.