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In a blog post about Canada’s new prostitution laws published last year, we discussed the merits of Nevada’s time-tested legal sex industry and suggested that it just might be a better model than C-36, the new Canadian law which criminalizes johns who patronize sex workers. The law treats all clients as predators and wrongly assumes all sex workers are unwilling victims coerced into the profession.

The Canadian arm of VICE Media, the multi-platform news and entertainment juggernaut, recently released a definitive documentary about Canada’s new prostitution law. The documentarians interview policy makers, law enforcement, sex workers, and clients in order to frame a comprehensive picture of C-36, and gain a better understanding of the law’s impact on the Canadian sex work industry.

VICE also visited Sheri’s Ranch and interviewed Madam Dena and two of her courtesans, Destini and Allissa, to learn about how the regulated, legal Nevada sex industry functions. So how does Sheri’s Ranch fare against Canada’s new prostitution model? Watch the video and draw your own conclusion…

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