Trudeau’s well-funded broadcaster is under fire for promoting prostitution in a recent article.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) is being called out by conservative influencers after it published an article that describes sex work as a valid way to “make ends meet.”
The piece is titled After coming out as trans, my return to sex work has been unexpectedly rewarding. It talks about a transgender person that transitioned from a male to a “non-binary” female, and re-entered the sex trade in her thirties after a hiatus.
WARNING: Graphic sexual content
He gave me one last pat on my butt, upwards with his palm as all the kinky sex books tell you to, though gentler than he’d been laying it on for the previous hour.
More precisely, the last hour and 20 minutes. My smartwatch had given me little silent taps since our time ran out, but he wanted to cuddle afterwards.
My money was already safely stowed away in the inner zip pocket of my jacket, and I didn’t mind throwing in the extra minutes for free because it’s Business 101, right?
Give a little unexpected extra and increase the customer’s potential lifetime value to your bottom line. Or, in my case, just my bottom.
This article received condemnation from conservative influencers such as political commentator Meghan Murphy.
“Not only are Canadian taxpayers paying to be indoctrinated into the trans cult, but the CBC is now promoting prostitution as an empowering form of ‘work’,” wrote Murphy on X (Twitter).
Many other conservative commentators shared similar sentiments, and the comments were shared by Ezra Levant of Rebel News on his personal page.
The central criticism was how the CBC receives upwards of 1 billion of taxpayer dollars, only to turn around and promote questionable narratives.
Toronto 99 has previously reported on the broadcaster’s history of false claims and defamation judgements.
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