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Natasha Falle born is a Canadian professor at Humber College in Toronto , Ontario, Canada who was forcibly prostituted from the ages of 15 to 27 and now opposes prostitution in Canada. Falle grew up in a middle-class home and, when her parents divorced, her new single-parent home became unsafe, and Falle ran away from home. At the age of 15, Falle became involved in the sex industry in Calgary , Alberta.
Falle's pimp kept her falsely imprisoned and trafficked her across the country. He married her and tortured her, breaking several of her bones and burning her body. In order to cope with the trauma of prostitution and violence, Falle became dependent on cocaine and almost died. Eventually, she got out of prostitution and, with her mother's support, went through drug rehabilitation , finished high school, and eventually received a diploma in Wife Assault and Child Advocacy from George Brown College.
In order to make this statistic more widely known, Falle founded Sex Trade She began offering training for police and partners with the Toronto Police Service 's sex crimes unit.
Falle was one of the main proponents of Member of Parliament MP Joy Smith 's private member's bill , Bill C, which was passed in June as An Act to amend the Criminal Code minimum sentence for offences involving trafficking of persons under the age of eighteen years , and she helped the Canadian government formulate their appeal of the decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Bedford v.
Canada to strike down various prostitution laws. Falle advocates adopting a law in Canada analogous to Sweden's Sex Purchase Act , which would decriminalize the selling of sex and criminalize the purchasing of sex. Natasha Falle grew up in a middle-class home  in Nova Scotia ,  a suburb of Toronto, Ontario,  and a suburb of Calgary, Alberta.