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It's good to be out here." Despite the gloomy, rainy weather, Grants Pass residents turned out in droves.Many of the vendors ran out of some of their most popular items. A law enforcement sweep called "Operation Lucky Charm" resulted in 11 arrests and the recovery of two stolen cars Friday night.“If I was to coach somebody else on how to get into the industry, I’d [tell them] ‘make strict rules for yourself, don’t break them, they’re for your safety,’” she said.“I definitely met two of my clients for the first time in their car, and they were strangers — which is dangerous.”However, Ava still found balancing her work with her professional and personal life to be her greatest challenge.Stigma can also be a factor in the choices clients make when hiring a student sex worker, according to Ava.Those using sites such as Seeking Arrangements, she speculated, prefer to seek out a student in order to distance themselves from the stereotypical notion of sex work.A study released by SFU researcher Raven Bowen earlier this year found that Vancouver women leaving the sex trade reported harassment when transitioning into mainstream careers and even faced losing their newly secured job due to ““People know about sex work, [but] they don’t know any sex workers,” Ava contended.
The outdoor season of the Grants Pass Growers' Market opened Saturday, to much excitement from customers and vendors alike.A cadre of local high school boys' golf teams descended on Grants Pass Golf Club on Monday for a tournament hosted by Hidden Valley High. Josephine County Sheriff Dave Daniel said the purpose of the sweep was to provide saturation patrols in the Illinois Valley and North Valley.