Journey Women: Reflections on the Survival Sex Trade

by Leigh Jen Fisher
PACE (Providing Alternatives, Counseling and Education) Society produces this moving documentary by and about survival sex workers based in Vancouver’s downtown east side, the same area serial killer Robert Pickton, who targeted sex workers, used as a hunting ground. Women who work and have worked Vancouver’s mean streets speak about being trafficked by poverty, losing and regaining family in the midst of economic and social marginalization, and the need for services and treatment that are not exclusive of the choice to work the streets. (45 min.-Vancouver, 2006)
Visit VideoOut for screening info:http://www.videoout.ca/catalog/journey-women-reflections-survival-sex-trade

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