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When she ran out of money, she asked a friend working as a bouncer for job recommendations.Unbeknownst to Elizabeth, her friend sent her to a bawdy house.
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Working in the sex industry in Edmonton was never something Elizabeth said she imagined for herself.
She first became a sex worker while travelling in Australia.
Instead, she was asked if she wanted to be a “working girl”.
“I thought, ‘Well, I could live in a hostel for two days, then I’ll be broke and sleeping on the beach, or I could do this.
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Elizabeth is one of Canada’s massage parlour workers who are operating in a grey zone since the Supreme Court of Canada ruled unanimously last December that the country’s prostitution laws were unconstitutional.