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News Opinion Lifestyles Sports. Room SC map Vist the Contact page Contribute Jobs Letter to the Editor. Current Issue: Friday, November 15th, Ashley not her real name transferred to the University of Victoria this fall after spending three years at Camosun College in British Columbia studying liberal arts. She looks like an average student; a little tired around the eyes, wearing jeans and carrying a book bag and coffee mug. What her fellow students wouldn't guess about Ashley is that at the end of the school day, when most students go home to eat dinner and cram for exams, she trades in her binders and textbooks for stiletto high heels, fake eyelashes, and sexy lingerie.
As a means to finance her journey through the hallowed halls of UVic's buildings, Ashley works nights as a call girl for a local escort agency. Now 28, she has been working as an escort since she was Before that, she worked as a cashier in a retail store, but had a hard time making ends meet. She heard trading sexual favours for money could be very lucrative. She didn't feel uncomfortable with the idea, so she decided to check it out.
Ashley looked up escort agencies in the phone book and set up interviews with each one to find out how it all worked. Then she chose the agency that best suited her needs.
On her first day, Ashley was extremely nervous. But her co-workers helped to put her at ease. Although Ashley works indoors and not on the street, the dangers associated with working in the sex industry are very real. According to research done by B. Also, the Public Health Agency of Canada states that sex workers are especially vulnerable to sexually transmitted infections.
But therapists working closely with women in the sex industry say emotional impact and social stigma can also have a lasting effect on women even after they exit the profession. There's a lot of judgment in society, and hiding what they do can cause emotional stress. But not everyone agrees being an escort is an ideal way to earn a living. Camosun student Josh McKinnis feels it's a degrading way to make money. It's unsafe and demoralizing for a woman; she's like an object. You pay to rent a car; you pay to have sex with a girl.