In Organizing for sex workers’ rights in Montreal: Resistance and Advocacy, Francine Tremblay takes readers through a journey of struggle and perseverance to explain the juxtaposition of sex workers and the labor economy. She masterfully weaves the narratives of sex workers with rich historical context of Montreal’s sex-workers’ rights movement. Tremblay highlights the commonalities between sex work and other occupations. She is unapologetic in her critique of prohibitionists and illustrates the struggle to legitimize, decriminalize and protect sex workers. It is evident that in her work she aims to protect the sex worker community as a whole and the families who love and support them.