When you're sitting there at home legally advertising your services—and we don't know exactly what that means, but the courts will tell us, as the minister mentioned this morning—where is the client? The bill doesn't set out any exceptions when it comes to the purchasing of sexual services. Mightn't a client who responds to your ad and purchases your services be exposed to entrapment, as Professor Lowman pointed out in his brief? What do you think? The bill may simply be a sweeping attempt at entrapment as far as committing an offence goes; the client could answer a legal ad, go to your home, where waiting police would pick him up for committing a crime.
Isn't there some form of—