bawdyhouse


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144) However, the blanket prohibition on all bawdyhouses was overbroad and grossly disproportionate in light of its objective and effects.
Moreover, removal of the bawdyhouse provisions would likely change the nature of the services offered in these establishments, the locations where municipally regulated sexual services are offered (i.
A conclusion by a higher court that the bawdyhouse and communication provisions do not violate these principles would not necessarily establish the same conclusion with respect to a particular municipal law.
As noted in the introduction, Justice Himel determined that the living on the avails provision, the bawdyhouse provisions and the general communication provision violate section 7 of the Charter and could not be saved under section 1.
Justice Himel found that both the bawdyhouse laws and the general communication provision deprive sex workers of their security of the person and liberty interests, and that they do so in a manner that is not consistent with the principles of fundamental justice.
48) The conclusion in Bedford that the effects of the bawdyhouse laws and the general communication prohibition are grossly disproportionate turns on Justice Himel's finding regarding the legislative objectives underpinning these provisions.
11] The fierce antagonism of the Bawdyhouse rioters toward the mercenary sexual performances of London prostitutes and the growing tension between this class of adolescent males and the theatre were each, I think, the product of a failure of traditional patriarchal ideologies of gender to keep pace with the radical acceleration of wage labor.
To sell the performance of a woman on the Renaissance stage--given the economic co-dependence of theatre and prostitution the Puritans so perceptively exploited--would have completely eroded the distinction between the theatre and the bawdyhouse.
Turner, for example, reads the Bawdyhouse Riots as the product of the apprentices longstanding tradition of "carnivalesque insurrection" and "folkloric unrest" which converged with "low libertine" pornography to produce a "massive and destructive charivari against the houses of established whores which threatened to engulf the great bawdy-house at Whitehall" (164-5).
In addition, police also investigate complaints about premises believed to be used as bawdyhouses and lay charges where there is evidence to do so.
1999 SCC, a case that also dealt with the ban in the Criminal Code on the practice of acts of indecency in a common bawdyhouse.
By perseverance and fortitude we have the prospect of a glorious issue; by cowardice and submission, the sad choice of a variety of evils--a ravaged country--a depopulated city--habitations without safety--and slavery without hope--our homes turned into barracks and bawdyhouses for Hessians--and a future race to provide for, whose fathers we shall doubt of
Still others benefited taverns, bawdyhouses and hellholes.
Stand forth Shrovetuesday, one'a silenc'st Bricke-Layers, Tis in your charge to pull downe Bawdyhouses, To set your Tribe [italics mine] aworke, cause spoyle in Shorditch,