Also we've heard a debate about.... As Ms. Sayers says, she's never met anyone under 18. Yet we find that from the John Howard Society study on prostitution, 14 to 16 is the average age of entry, as you said, Ms. Nagy, about the young people you've worked with. From the childhood victimization journal, the Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 89% enter into prostitution before the age of 16. They're 13 to 19 years old on entry in Canada, An International Handbook on Trends, Problems, and Policies.
I know that Professor Lowman or others have stated different comments, but 52% entered before the age of 16. This is from a study to stop violence, Canadian research on violence against women. The studies go on and on, validating what you've said, is what I'm saying.
That being said, we talk about this turning point. I think you were very eloquent when you were talking—