(p) Sex Work & the Sex Industry, Prostitution

(Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities, compiled by Michael Flood. 19th edition, 2008. Home URL: http://mensbiblio.xyonline.net/)

Note: Literature on pornography, an important aspect of sex work and the sex industry, is listed under "Pornography" below. Also see the long annotated bibliography on prostitution in the back of Frederique Delacoste and Priscilla Alexander’s book Sex Work: Writings by Women in the Sex Industry.

Aalbers, M. B. (2005). Big Sister is Watching You! Gender Interaction and the Unwritten Rules of the Amsterdam Red-Light District. Journal of Sex Research, 42(1): 54.

Adams, Matt. (1999). Hustlers, Escorts, and Porn Stars: The Insider’s Guide to Male Prostitution in America. Independent Publishers Group.

Agathangelou, Anna. (2004). The Global Political Economy of Sex. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Aggleton, Peter (ed). (1999). Men Who Sell Sex. London: UCL Press.
Foreword / Dennis Altman
1. Selling Sex in Cardiff and London – Peter Davies and Rayah Feldman
2. Sex for Money between Men and Boys in the Netherlands: Implications for HIV Prevention – Wim Zuilhof
3. Travestis and Gigolos: Male Sex Work and HIV Prevention in France – Lindinalva Laurindo da Silva
4. Male Sex Work and HIV/AIDS in Canada – Dan Allman and Ted Myers
5. Social Environment and Male Sex Work in the United States – Edward V. Morse, Patricia M. Simon and Kendra E. Burchfiel
6. Aspects of Male Sex Work in Mexico City – Ana Luisa Liguori and Peter Aggleton
7. Three Decades of Male Sex Work in Santo Domingo – E. Antonio de Moya and Rafael Garc’a
8. Cacherismo in a San José Brothel: Aspects of Male Sex Work in Costa Rica – Jacobo Schifter and Peter Aggleton
9. Natural Born Targets: Male Hustlers and AIDS Prevention in Urban Brazil – Patrick Larvie
10. Fletes in Parque Kennedy: Sexual Cultures among Young Men Who Sell Sex to Other Men in Lima – Carlos F. Cáceres and Oscar G. Jiménez
11. Through a Window Darkly: Men Who Sell Sex to Men in India and Bangladesh – Shivananda Khan
12. Male Sex Work in Sri Lanka – Nandasena Ratnapala
13. Bar Talk: Thai Male Sex Workers and Their Customers – Graeme Storer
14. Walking the Tightrope: Sexual Risk and Male Sex Work in the Philippines – Michael L. Tan
15. Marginalization and Vulnerability: Male Sex Work in Morocco – Amine Boushaba, Oussama Tawil, Latéfa Imane and Hakima Himmich

Agustin, Laura Maria (ed.). (2007). Sexualities, October, Vol. 10, No. 4, Special issue: Cultural Study of Commercial Sex.
Introduction to the Cultural Study of Commercial Sex: Guest Editor / Laura Maria Agustin: 403-407.
Performance, Status and Hybridity in a Pakistani Red-Light District: The Cultural Production of the Courtesan / Louise Brown: 409-423.
Marketing Sex: US Legal Brothels and Late Capitalist Consumption / Barbara G. Brents and Kathryn Hausbeck: 425-439.
No Money Shot? Commerce, Pornography and New Sex Taste Cultures / Feona Attwood: 441-456.
Rent-Boys, Barflies, and Kept Men: Men Involved in Sex with Men for Compensation in Prague / Timothy M. Hall: 457-472.
Sex Work for the Middle Classes/ Elizabeth Bernstein: 473-488.
Shifting Boundaries: Sex and Money in the North-East of Brazil / Adriana Piscitelli: 489-500.
Thinking Critically about Strip Club Research / Katherine Frank: 501-517.
Questioning Solidarity: Outreach with Migrants Who Sell Sex / Laura Maria Agustin: 519-534.

Agustín, Laura María. (2005). Helping Women Who Sell Sex: The Construction of Benevolent Identities. Rhizomes, 10, special edition on Neo-Liberal Governmentality: Technologies of the Self & Governmental Conduct, H. Ren, ed.

Agustín, Laura María. (2005). Migrants in the Mistress’s House: Other Voices in the “Trafficking” Debate. Social Politics, 12, 1, 96-117.

Agustín, Laura María. (2005). The Cultural Study of Commercial Sex. Sexualities, 8, 5, 621-34.

Agustín, Laura María. (2006). Fast Money in the Margins: Migrants in the Sex Industry. In Livelihoods at the Margins: Surviving the Streets, J. Staples, ed. London: UCL Press.

Allison, Anne. (1993). Nightwork: Sexuality and Corporate Masculinity in a Tokyo Hostess Club. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Altink, Sietske. (1995). Stolen Lives: Trading Women Into Sex and Slavery. London: Scarlet Press.

Altman, Dennis. (2001). Global Sex. Sydney: Allen & Unwin

Archer, Robyn et.al. (1986). The Pack of Women. Petersham, NSW: Hessian Books, Women and Work: 9 to 5 and the Night Shift. pp. 70-76.

Atkinson, Diana. 1995. Highways and Dancehalls. New York: Vintage Press.

Baldwin, Margaret. (1992). Split at the Root: Feminist Discourses of Law Reform. Yale Journal of Law and Feminism 5:47-120.

Barrett, David. (ed.). Child Prostitution in Britain: Dilemmas and Practical Responses.

Barry, Kathleen, Charlotte Bunch, and Shirley Castley, eds. (1984). International Feminism: Networking Against Female Sexual Slavery. New York, NY: The International Women’s Tribune Centre, Inc.

Barry, Kathleen. (1984). Female Sexual Slavery. New York/London: New York University Press.

Barry, Kathleen. (1995). The Prostitution of Sexuality. New York & London: New York University Press.

Bartley, Paula. (2000). Prostitution: Prevention and Reform in England 1860-1914. Routledge.

Barton, Bernadette. (2002). Dancing on the mobius strip: Challenging the sex war paradigm. Gender & Society, October, 16(5).

Bell, Laurie. (ed.). (1987). Good Girl/Bad Girl: Feminists and Sex Trade Workers Face to Face. Seattle WA: Seal Press.

Bell, Shannon. (1994). Reading, Writing and Rewriting the Prostitute Body. Bloomington & Indianopolis: Yale University Press.

Bernstein, E., and L. Shaffner (eds.). (2004). Controlling Sex: The Regulation of Intimacy and Identity. New York: Routledge Perspectives on Gender.

Bernstein, Elizabeth. (2001). The meaning of the purchase: Desire, demand and the commerce of sex. Ethnography, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 389-420.

Biemann, Ursula. (2002). A topography of the global sex trade. Feminist Review, No. 70.

Bishop, Ryan and Lillian S. Robinson. (1998). Night Market: Sexual Cultures and the Thai Economic Miracle. New York, NY: Routledge.

Bishop, Ryan, and Lillian S. Robinson. (2002). How my dick spent its summer vacation: Labor, leisure, and masculinity on the web. Genders Online Journal 35. http://www.genders.org/g35/g35_robinson.html.

Bliss, Katherine Elaine. (2001). Compromised positions: Prostitution, public health, and gender politics in revolutionary Mexico City. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press.

Boles, Jacqueline and A. P. Garbin. (1974). The Strip Club and Stripper-Customer Patterns of Interaction. Sociology and Social Research 58:136-144.

Boyle, Francis et.al. (1997). The Sex Industry: A Survey of Sex Workers in Queensland, Australia. Ashgate: Aldershot.

Boyle, Sheron. (1994). Working Girls and Their Men: Male Sexual Desires and Fantasies Revealed by the Women Paid to Satisfy Them. London: Smith Gryphon.

Brewis, Joanna and Stephen Linstead. (2000). Sex, Work and Sex Work: Eroticizing Organization. Routledge.

Brock, Rita Nakashima, and Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite. (1996). Casting Stones: Prostitution and Liberation in Asia and the United States. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press.

Brody, Alyson. (1999). Rethinking Thai Masculinity: New Perspectives on Prostitution in Thailand. Anthropology Matters Journal.

Brooks-Gordon, Belinda. (2006). The Price of Sex: Prostitution, Policy, and Society. Portland, Oregon: Willan Publishing.

Browne, Jan, and Victor Minichiello. (1995). The Social Meanings Behind Male Sex Work: Implications for Sexual Interactions. British Journal of Sociology, 46(4), December.

Browne, Jan, and Victor Minichiello. (1996). The Social and Work Context of Commercial Sex between Men: A Research Note. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 32(1), March.

Bryan, James. (1966). Occupational Ideologies and Individual Attitudes of Call Girls. Social Problems 13:441-450.

Bullough, Bonnie. (1996). Female Prostitution: Current Research and Changing Interpretations. Annual Review of Sex Research 7:158-180.

Bullough, Vern L. (1964). The History of Prostitution. New York: University Books.

Bullough, Vern L. and Bullough, Bonnie. (1987). Women and Prostitution: A Social History. Buffalo. New York: Prometheus Books.

Calhoun, Thomas C. , Julie Ann Harms Cannon and Rhonda Fisher. (1996). Amateur Stripping: Sexualized Entertainment and Gendered Fun. Sociological Focus 29:155-166.

Carpenter, Belinda. (1994). The Dilemman of Prostitution for Feminists. Social Alternatives, 12(4), January.

Carpenter, Belinda. (1998). The Prostitute and the Client: Challenging the Dualisms. Women’s Studies International Forum, 21(4), July-August.

Carpenter, Belinda. (2000). Re-thinking Prostitution: Feminism, Sex, and the Self. New York: Peter Lang.

Carr, Susan. (1995). The Health of Women Working in the Sex Industry: A Moral and Ethical Perspective. Sexual and Marital Therapy 10:2:201-211.

Chancer, Lynn. (1998). Prostitution and feminist theory: Notes from the sociological underground. Chapter 5 in Reconcilable Differences: Confronting Beauty, Pornography, and the Future of Feminism. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Chapkis, Wendy. (1997). Live Sex Acts: Women Performing Erotic Labour. London: Cassell.

Chatterjee, Bela. (2005). Pixels, Pimps and Prostitutes: Human Rights and the Cyber Sex Trade. In Klang, Mathias and Murray, Andrew, (eds.) Human Rights in the Digital Age, Cavendish: London, pp. 11-26.

Chudakov, Bella, Keren Ilan, R. H. Belmaker, and Julie Cwikel. (2002). The Motivation and Mental Health of Sex Workers. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, Volume 28, Number 4, July 01, pp. 305 - 315.

Ciriello, Sarah. (1993). Commodification of Women: Morning, Noon, and Night. Pp. 264-281 in Transforming A Rape Culture, eds. Emille Buchwald, Pamela Fletcher, and Martha Roth Minneapolis MN: Milkweed Editions.

Clements, Tracy. (1996). Prostitution and the American Health Care System: Denying Access to a Group of Women in Need. Berkeley Women’s Law Journal.

Cockington, James and Marlin, Linda. (1995). Sex Inc: True Tales From the Australian Sex Industry. Sydney: Ironbark.

Cohen, Eric. (1994). High Risk Behaviors for HIV: A Comparison Between Crack-Abusing and Opioid-Abusing African-American Women. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 26:3:233-241.

Cooper, B. (1989). Prostitution: A Feminist Analysis. Women’s Rights Law Reporter, 11.

Cullompton, Belinda Brooks-Gordon (2006). The Price of Sex: Prostitution, Policy and Society. Willan Publishing.

Dalla, Rochelle L. (2000). Exposing the “pretty woman” myth: A qualitative examination of the lives of female streetwalking prostitutes. Journal of Sex Research, 37(4), November.

David, Fiona. (2000). Child Sex Tourism. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, No. 156, June, Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology

Davidson, Julia O. (1996). Prostitution and the Contours of Control. In Weeks, Jeffrey and Holland, Janet. (eds). Sexual Cultures: Communities, Values and Intimacy. Hampshire & London: Macmillan.

Davidson, Julia O. (1998). Prostitution, Power and Freedom. Polity Press.

Davidson, Julia O. (2005). Children in the Global Sex Trade. Polity.

Davis, Nanette J. and Staz, Clarice. (1990). Social Control of Deviance: A Critical Perspective. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Day, S., and H. Ward (eds.). (2004). Sex Work, Health and Mobility in Europe. London: Kegan Paul.

Delacoste, Frederique, and Priscilla Alexander. (eds). (1988). Sex Work: Writings by Women in the Sex Industry. London: Virago.

Dodds, Sherril. (1997). Dance and Erotica: The Construction of the Female Stripper. Chapter 12 in Thomas, Helen. (ed.). Dance in the city. Macmillan.

Doezema, Jo. (2001). Ouch! Western Feminists’ Wounded Attachment to the ‘Third World Prostitute’. Feminist Review, 67, Spring, pp. 16-38.

Dominelli, Lena. (1986). The Power of the Powerless: Prostitution and the Reinforcement of Submissive Femininity. Sociological Review 34:1:65-92.

Dorfman, Lori. (1992). Hey Girlfriend: An Evaluation of AIDS Prevention Among Women in the Sex Industry. Health Education Quarterly (19:1:24-40.

Downe, Pamela J. (1999). Laughing When It Hurts: Humor and Violence in the Lives of Costa Rican Prostitutes. Women’s Studies International Forum, 22(1), January-February.

Dragu, Margaret. (1988). Revelations: Essays on Striptease and Sexuality. London & Ontario: Nightwood Editions.

Drexler, Jessica. (1996). Governments’ Role in Turning Tricks: The World’s Oldest Profession in the Netherlands and the United States. Dickinson Journal of International Law.

Edwards, S.S.M. (1993). Selling the Body, Keeping the Soul: Sexuality, Power, the Theories and Realities of Prostution. In Scott, S. and Morgan, D. (eds). Body Matters: Essays on the Sociology of the Body, Sussex: Falmer Press.

Egan, R. Danielle, and Katherine Frank. (2005). Attempts at a Feminist and Interdisciplinary Conversation About Strip Clubs. Deviant Behavior, Volume 26, Number 4 / July-August, pp. 297-320.

Enck, Graves E. and James D. Preston. (1988). Counterfeit Intimacy: A Dramaturgical Analysis of an Erotic Performance. Deviant Behavior 9:369-381.

Farley, Melissa (ed.). (2004). Prostitution, Trafficking, and Traumatic Stress. Binghamton: Haworth.
Melissa Farley / Preface: Prostitution, Trafficking & Traumatic Stress.
Judith L. Herman / Introduction: Hidden in Plain Sight: Clinical Observations on Prostitution.
Chris Stark and Carol Hodgson / Sister Oppressions: a Comparison of Wife Battering and Prostitution.
Melissa Farley, Ann Cotton, Jacqueline Lynne, Sybille Zumbeck, Frida Spiwak, Maria E. Reyes, Dinorah Alvarez, Ufuk Sezgin / Prostitution and Trafficking in 9 Countries: Update on Violence and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
Michelle J. Anderson / Prostitution and Trauma in the Law of Rape.
Chris Kendall and Rus Funk / Gay Male Pornography’s “Actors”: When “Fantasy” Isn’t.
Donna Hughes / Prostitution Online.
Wendy Freed / Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Women and Children in Cambodia.
Marisa Ugarte, Laura Zarate, Melissa Farley / Prostitution and Trafficking of Women and Children from Mexico into the United States.
Dorchen Leidholdt / Prostitution and Trafficking in Women: an Intimate Relationship.
Lisa Kramer / Emotional Experiences of Performing Prostitution.
Colin A. Ross, Melissa Farley, and Harvey L. Schwartz / Dissociation among Women in Prostitution.
Vednita Carter / Providing Services to African American Prostituted Women.
Ulla-Carin Hedin and Sven-Axel Mansson / The Importance of Supportive Relationships: on Women Leaving Prostitution.
Jannit Rabinovitch / PEERS: Prostitutes’ Education, Empowerment and Resource Society, Victoria BC.
Norma Hotaling, Autumn Burris, B. Julie Johnson, Yoshi M. Bird, Kirsten A. Melbye / Been There, Done That: a Peer Support Model for Women Leaving Prostitution.
Margaret A. Baldwin / Living in Longing: Prostitution, Trauma Recovery, and Public Assistance.

Farley, Melissa and Barkan, Howard. (1988). Prostitution, Violence, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Women & Health, 27(3), pp. 37-49.

Farley, Melissa, Baral, Isin, Kiremire, Merab, and Sezgin, Ufuk. (1998). Prostitution in Five Countries: Violence and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Feminism & Psychology, November, 8(4).

Farr, K. (2005). Sex trafficking: The global market in women and children. New York: Worth Publishers.

Fechner, Holly. (1994). Three Stories of Prostitution in the West: Prostitutes‚ Groups, Law, and Feminist Truth. Columbia Journal of Gender and Law.

Feminist Review. (2001). Special issue: Sex Work Reassessed. 67(1).

Fergus, Lara. (2005). Trafficking in women for sexual exploitation. Briefing No. 5, June, Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Feucht, Thomas, E. (1993). Prostitutes on Crack Cocaine: Addiction, Utility, and Marketplace Economics. Deviant Behavior: An Interdisciplinary Journal 14:91-108.

Fischer, Carrie Benson. (1996). Employee Rights in Sex Work: The Struggle for Dancers’ Rights as Employees. Law & Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice, 14: 521-554.

Flowers, Amy. The Fantasy Factory: An Insider’s View of the Phone Sex Industry.

Foltz, Tanice G. (1979). Escort Services: An Emerging Middle Class Sex-for-Money Scene. California Sociologist 2:105-133.

Forsyth, Craig and Tina Deshotels. (1997). The Occupational Milieu of the Nude Dancer. Deviant Behavior 18:125-142.

Frank, Katherine. (1998). The Production of Identity and the Negotiation of Intimacy in a ‘Gentleman’s Club’. Sexualities, 1(2), May.

Futterman, Marilyn. (1992). Dancing Naked in the Material World. Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books.

Garb, Sara. (1995). Sex for money is sex for money: The illegality of pornographic film as prostitution. Law & Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice, 13: 281-301.

Gibson, Barbara. (1995). Male Order: Life Stories From Boys Who Sell Sex. Cassell.

Global Feminist Workshop to Organise Against Traffic in Women. (1984). International Feminism: Networking Against Female Sexual Slavery. Rotterdam.

Guenther-Grey, C. A. (1995). Sources of HIV/AIDS Information Among Female Sex Traders. Health Education Research 10:3:385-390.

Gunn, Robert. (1995). Syphilis in San Diego County 1983-1992: Crack Cocaine, Prostitution, and the Limitations of Partner Notification. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 22:1:60-66.

Hardman, Karen. (1997). A Social Work Group for Prostituted Women with Children. Social Work with Groups 20:1:19-31.

Hart, Angie. (1993). Missing Masculinity? Prostitutes’ Clients in Alicante, Spain. In Cornwall, Andrea and Lindisfarne, Nancy. (eds). Dislocating Masculinity: Comparative Ethnographies. London and New York: Routledge.

Hauge, Carol. (1995). Prostitution of Women and International Human Rights Law: Transforming Exploitation into Equality. New York International Law Review.

Henderson, Lynne. (1991). Law’s Patriarchy. Law & Society Review 25:2:411-444.

Hershatter, Gail. (1999). Dangerous Pleasures: Prostitution and Modernity in Twentieth-Century Shanghai. University of California Press.

Hite, Shere. (1981). The Hite Report on Male Sexuality. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, pp. 759-776.

Hobson, Barbara Meil. 1990. Uneasy Virtue: The Politics of Prostitution and the American Reform Tradition. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press.

Hoigard, Cecilie and Finstad, Liv. (1992). Backstreets: Prostitution, Money and Love. (trans.: Hanson, Katherine et.al) Polity Press.

Holsopple, Kelly. (1999). Pimps, Tricks, and Feminists. Women’s Studies Quarterly 27:1:47-52.

Howard, Keith. (ed.). (1995). True Stories of the Korean Comfort Women. Cassell.

Hughes, Donna M. and Roche, Claire M. (eds). (1999). Making the Harm Visible: The Global Sexual Exploitation of Women and Girls. The Coalition Against Trafficking in Women.

Jackson, Lois. (1995). Varied Potential Risks of HIV Infection Among Prostitutes. Social Science Medicine 35:3:281-286.

Jackson, Stevi and Scott, Sue. (eds). (1996). Feminism and Sexuality: A Reader. (Part Four: Commercial Sex) Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Jacobs, Sally et al. (2000). Survey of Sex Workers on the Gold Coast, Queensland. Venereology. 13(1).

James, Jennifer and Nanette Davis. (1982). Contingencies in Female Sexual Role Deviance: The Case of Prostitution. Human Organization 41:4:345-350.

Jarrett, Lucinda. (1997). Stripping in Time: A History of Erotic Dancing. London: Pandora.

Jeffreys, Sheila. (1985). Prostitution. In Rhodes, D. and McNeill, S.M. (eds). Women Against Violence Against Women. London: Onlywomen Press.

Jeffreys, Sheila. (1997). The Idea of Prostitution. Melbourne: Spinifex Press.

Jeffreys, Sheila. (1999). The Eroticism of (In)Equality. Paper to ‘One is not born a Woman’ Conference, Cologne, 22-24 October

Jeffreys, Sheila. (2005). Pornochic: Prostitution constructs beauty. Chapter 4 in Beauty and Misogyny: Harmful cultural practices in the West. Routledge, UK.

Jenness, Valerie. (1990). From Sex as Sin to Sex as Work: COYOTE and the Reorganization of Prostitution as a Social Problem. Social Problems, 37(3), August.

Jenness, Valerie. 1993. Making It Work: The Prostitutes’ Rights Movement in Perspective. New York, NY: Aldine De Gruyter.

Joarden. (1984). Prostitution in Historical and Modern Perspective.

Johnson, Lisa, Kate Frank, and Danielle Egan (eds.). (2006). Flesh for Fantasy: Producing and Consuming Exotic Dance. Thunder’s Mouth Press.

Jolin, Annette. (1994). On the Backs of Working Prostitutes: Feminist Theory and Prostitution Policy. Crime & Delinquency 40:1:69-83.

Kandel, Minouche. (1992). Whores in Court: Judicial Processing in the Boston Municipal Court in 1990. Yale Journal of Law and Feminism.

Katyal, Neal Kumar. (1993). Men who own women: A Thirteenth Amendment critique of forced prostitution. Yale Law Journal.

Kempadoo, Kamala and Doezema, Jo. (eds). (1998). Global Sex Workers: Rights, Resistance, and Redefinition. New York, NY: Routledge.

Kempadoo, Kamala. (2001). Women of Color and the Global Sex Trade: Transnational Feminist Perspectives. Meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism, 1(2), pp. 28-51.

Kempadoo, Kamala. (2005). Trafficking and Prostitution Reconsidered: New Perspectives on Migration, Sex Work and Human Rights. Paradigm Press.

Kenny, Maureen. (1996). Memoirs of a Drug-Abusing Prostitute: Dynamics and Treatment Considerations in a Case of Intergenerational Child Abuse. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy 26:4:361-378.

Kesler, Kari. (2002). Is a feminist stance in support of prostitution possible? An exploration of current trends. Sexualities, Volume 5 Issue 2.

Kimmel, Michael. (ed.). (1990). Men Confront Pornography. New York: Crown.

Kuo, Lenore. (2002). Prostitution Policy: Revolutionizing Practice through a Gendered Perspective. New York: New York University Press.
1. Contextualizing the Discussion: Feminism and Policy Analysis.
2. A Sexually Charged Context, the Feminist “Sex Wars,” and Prostitution Defined.
3. The Intrinsic Character of Heterosexual Activity and Prostitution.
4. Sexuality and Prostitution as Conceptual Constructs.
5. The Practice of Heterosexuality and Heterosexual Prostitution.
6. The “Ideal” Character of Heterosex/ Intercourse and Prostitution.
7. Evolving a Policy - Legal Status.
8. The Feminist Debate.
9. Prostitution Solution: Policy Recommendations.

Lantz, Sarah. (2005). Students Working in the Melbourne Sex Industry: Education, Human Capital and the Changing Patterns of the Youth Labour Market. Journal of Youth Studies, Volume 8 Number 4, December, pp. 385-401.

Law, Lisa. A Matter of ‘Choice’: Discourses on Prostitution in the Phillipines. In Manderson, Lenore and Jolly, Margaret. (eds). Sites of Desire/Economies of Pleasure: Sexualities in Asia and the Pacific. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Le Moncheck, Linda. (1997). Loose Women, Lecherous Men: A Feminist Philosophy of Sex. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press (Chapter 4, on Prostitution).

Leidholdt, Dorchen. (1993). Prostitution: A Violation of Women’s Human Rights. Cardozo Women’s Law Journal.

Lovelace, Linda, with McGrady, M. (1980). Ordeal. Citadel Press.

Lucas, Ann. (1995). Race, Class, Gender, and Deviancy: The Criminalization of Prostitution. Berkeley Women’s Law Journal.

Macy, Marianne. (1996). Working Sex. New York, NY: Carroll & Graf Publishers.

Matthews, Roger, and Maggie O’Neill. (eds). (2002). Prostitution. Burlington, VT: Ashgate.

Mattson, Heidi. (1995. Ivy League Stripper. New York, NY: Arcade Publishing.

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McCamish, Malcolm, Graeme Storer and Greg Carl. (2000). Refocusing HIV/AIDS Interventions in Thailand: The Case for Male Sex Workers and Other Homosexually Active Men. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 2(3), July.

McClintock, Anne (ed.) (1993) Social Text, 37, Special Section on Sex Work.

McClintock, Anne. (1992). Screwing the System: Sexwork, Race and the Law. Boundary 2, 19(2), Summer.

McIntosh, Mary. (1978). Who Needs Prostitutes? The Ideology of Male Sexual Needs. In Smart, Carol and Smart, Barry. (eds). Women, Sexuality and Social Control. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

McIntosh, Mary. (1996). Feminist Debates on Prostitution. In Adkins, Lisa and Mercant, Vicki. (eds). Sexualizing the Social: Power and the Organization of Sexuality. Hampshire & London: Macmillan.

McKeganey, Neil and Barnard, Marina. (1996). Sex Work on the Streets: Prostitutes and Their Clients. Open University Press.

McLeod, Eileen. (1982). Women Working: Prostitution Now. London: Croom Helm.

Meyer, Carlin. (1993). Decriminalizing Prostitution: Liberation or Dehumanization?. Cardozo Women’s Law Journal.

Miller, Eleanor. (1986). Street Woman. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Miller, Jody, and Martin Schwartz. (1995). Rape Myths and Violence Against Street Prostitutes. Deviant Behavior: An Interdisciplinary Journal 16:1-23.

Miller, Jody. (1995). Gender and Power on the Streets: Street Prostitution in the Era of Crack Cocaine. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 23:4:427-452.

Minichiello, Vincent et.al. (1998). A Review of Male to Male Commercial Sex Encounters. Venereology, 11(4).

Miriam, Kathy. (2005). Stopping the Traffic in Women: Power, Agency and Abolition in Feminist Debates over Sex-Trafficking. Journal of Social Philosophy, Vol 36, No.1. Spring: 1-17.

Monto, Martin A. (1998). Holding Men Accountable for Prostitution. Violence Against Women 4:4:505-517.

Monto, Martin A. (2001). Prostitution and fellatio. Journal of Sex Research, 38(2), May.

Moore, Susan and Rosenthal, Doreen. (1993). Adolescent Prostitution. pp. 169-175 in Sexuality in Adolescence. London: Routledge.

Murray, Alison. (1995). Femme on the Streets, Butch in the Sheets (A Play on Whores). In Bell, David and Valentine, Gill. (eds). Mapping Desire: Geographies of Sexualities. London & New York: Cassell.

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O’Neill, Maggie. (1996). Researching Prostitution and Violence: Towards a Feminist Praxis. In Hester, Marianne, Kelly, Liz and Radford, Jill. (eds). Women, Violence and Male Power: Feminist Research, Activism and Practice. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press.

O’Neill, Maggie. (2001). Prostitution and feminism: Towards a politics of feeling. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press;; Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Onorato, Ida. (1995). Prevalence, Incidence, and Risks for HIV-1 Infection in Female Sex Workers in Miami, Florida. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes and Human Retrovirology 9:395-400.

Outshoorn, Joyce. (ed.). (2004). The Politics of Prostitution: Women’s Movements, Democratic States, and the Globalization of Sex Commerce. Cambridge University Press.

Overall, Christine. (1992). What’s Wrong with Prostitution? Evaluating Sex Work. Signs, 17(4), Summer.

Parsons, J. (ed). (2005). Contemporary Research in Sex Work. New York: Haworth Press.

Pasko, Lisa. (2002). Naked power: The practice of stripping as a confidence game. Sexualities, Volume 5 Issue 1.

Pateman, Carole. (1989). The Sexual Contract. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Pateman, Carole. (1990). Defending Prostitution: Charges Against Ericsson. In Sustein, Cass R. (ed.). Feminism and Political Theory. Chicago/London: University of Chicago Press.

Pearl, Julie. (1987). The Highest Paying Customers: America’s Cities and the Costs of Prostitution Control. Hastings Law Journal.

Peretti, Peter. O. and Patrick O‚Connor. (1989). Effects of Incongruence Between The Perceived Self and the Ideal Self on Emotional Stability of Stripteasers. Social Behavior and Personality 17:81-92.

Perkins, Roberta et.al. (1994). Sex Work and Sex Workers in Australia. Sydney: University of New South Wales Press.

Perkins, Roberta, and Frances Lovejoy. (2007). Call Girls: Private sex workers in Australia. Crawley, W.A. : University of Western Australia Press.

Perkins, Roberta, and Gary Bennett. (1985). Being a Prostitute: Prostitute Men and Prostitute Women.

Perkins, Roberta. (1991). Working Girls: Prostitutes, Their Life and Social Control, Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

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Phoenix, Joanna. (2000). Prostitute Identities: Men, Money and Violence. British Journal of Criminology. 40.

Phoenix, Joanna. (2001). Paradoxical Stories of Prostitution.

Plumridge, E. W., S. Chetwynd, and A. Reed. (1997). Control and Condoms in Commercial Sex: Client Perspectives. Sociology of Health & Illness, 19(2): 243.

Prewitt, Terry J. (1989). Like a Virgin: The Semiotics of Illusion in Erotic Performance. The American Journal of Semiotics 6:137-152.

Pyett, Priscilla and Haste, B. (1996). Who Works in the Sex Industry? A Profile of Female Prostitutes in Victoria. Australian Journal of Public Health, 20(3).

Pyett, Priscilla and Warr, Deborah. (1996). When ‘Gut Instinct’ Is Not Enough: Women at Risk in Sex Work. Report to the Community. Centre for the Study of Sexually Transmissible Diseases, La Trobe University.

Pyett, Priscilla and Warr, Deborah. (1996). Women at Risk in Sex Work. National AIDS Bulletin, 10 (5), 32-33.

Pyett, Priscilla and Warr, Deborah. (1997). Vulnerability on the Streets: Female Sex Workers and HIV Risk. AIDS Care, 9(5), 539-547.

Pyett, Priscilla and Warr, Deborah. (1999). Women at Risk in Sex Work: Strategies for Survival. Journal of Sociology, 35(2), August.

Pyett, Priscilla, Haste B & Snow J. (1996). Risk Practices for HIV Infection and other STDs Amongst Female Prostitutes Working in Legal Brothels. AIDS Care, 8(1), 85-94.

Radford, Jill, Melissa Friedberg, and Lynne Harne. (eds). (2000). Women, Violence and Strategies for Action: Feminist Research, Policy and Practice. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press.
5. Prostitution, Pornography and Telephone Boxes / Ruth Swirsky and Celia Jenkins.
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Räsänen, P., and T. -A. Wilska. (2007). Finnish Students’ Attitudes towards Commercialised Sex. Journal of Youth Studies, 10(5): 557 - 575.

Ratner, Mitchell. (ed). (1993). Crack Pipe as Pimp: An Ethnographic Investigation of Sex-for-Crack Exchanges. New York, NY: Lexington Books.

Reid, Scott A. , Jonathon A. Epstein and D. E. Benson. (1994). Role Identity in a Devalued Occupation: The Case of Female Exotic Dancers. Sociological Focus 27:1-27.

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Rickard, Wendy and Merl Storr. (eds). (2001). Feminist Review, Special Issue: Sex Work Reassessed, No. 67, Spring.

Roberts, Nickie. (1992). Whores in History: Prostitution in Western Society. London: Harper Collins (the last chapter is on the politics of prostitution).

Roberts, Nickie. The Front Line: Women in the Sex industry Speak.

Rochelle, L. D. (2000). Exposing the “pretty woman” myth: A qualitative examination of the lives of female streetwalking prostitutes. Journal of Sex Research, 37(4): 344.

Ronai, Carol Rambo, and Carolyn Ellis. (1989). Turn-ons for Money: Interactional Strategies of the Table Dancer. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 18:271-298.

Ronai, Carol Rambo. (1992). The Reflexive Self Through Narrative: A Night in the Life of an Erotic Dancer/Researcher. In Ellis, Carolyn and Flaherty, Michael G. (eds). Investigating Subjectivity: Research on Lived Experience. Newbury Park: Sage.

Ronai, Carol Rambo. (1994). Narrative Resistance to Deviance: Identity Management Among Strip-tease Dancers. Perspectives on Social Problems 6:195-213.

Rousseaux, Felicity. (2003). The psychological impact of sexual slavery of trafficked women: parallels with torture, sexual abuse and domestic violence. Women Against Violence: An Australian Feminist Journal, No. 14, July: 4-13.

Ryan, Chris. (2001). Sex Tourism: Marginal People and Liminalities. Routledge.

Sanders, T. (2006). Female sex workers as health educators with men who buy sex: Utilising narratives of rationalisations. Social Science & Medicine, 62(10): 2434-2444.

Satz, Debra. (1995). Markets in Women’s Sexual Labor. Ethics 106:63-85.

Scambler, Graham and Scambler, Annette. (eds). (1997). Rethinking Prostitution: Purchasing Sex in the 1990s. London & New York: Routledge.

Schaeffer-Grabiel, Felicity. (2006). Planet-Love.com: Cyberbrides in the Americas and the Transnational Routes of U.S. Masculinity. Signs, Winter, Vol. 31, Iss. 2.

Scott, J., V. Minichiello, R. Marino, et al. (2005). Understanding the new context of the male sex work industry. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 20(3): 320-342, March.

Scott, John. (2003). Prostitution and Public Health in New South Wales. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 5(3), pp. 277-293.

Scoular, J. (2004). The ‘subject’ of prostitution: Interpreting the discursive, symbolic and material position of sex/work in feminist theory. Feminist Theory, 5(3): 343-355.

Seabrook, Jeremy. (2000). No Hiding Place: Child Sex Tourism and the Role of Extra-Territorial Legislation. Zed Books.

Shrage, Laurie. (1990). Should Feminists Oppose Prostitution?. In Sustein, Cass R. (ed.). Feminism and Political Theory. Chicago/London: University of Chicago Press.

Shrage, Laurie. (1994). Moral Dilemmas of Feminism: Prostitution, Adultery, and Abortion. New York & London: Routledge.

Shrage, Laurie. (1996). Prostitution and the Case for Decriminalization. Dissent Spring, pp 41-45.

Smith, Clarissa. (2002). Shiny chests and heaving g-strings: A night out with the Chippendales. Sexualities, Volume 5 Issue 1.

Spivey, Sue E. (2005). Distancing and Solidarity as Resistance to Sexual Objectification in a Nude Dancing Bar. Deviant Behavior, Volume 26, Number 5 / September-October 2005, pp. 417-437.

Spongberg, Mary. (1998). Feminizing Venereal Disease: The Body of the Prostitute in Nineteenth-Century Medical Discourse. New York University Press.

Stark, Christine, and Rebecca Whisnant (eds.). (2004). Not For Sale: Feminists Resisting Pornography & Prostitution.
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Sterk, Claire E. (2000). Female crack users and their sexual relationships: The role of sex-for-crack exchanges. Journal of Sex Research, 37(4), November.

Sterk, Claire E. (2000). Tricking and Tripping: Prostitution in the era of AIDS. Putnam Valley, NY: Social Change Press.

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Sturdevant, Saundra and Brenda Stoltzfus. (1993). Let the Good Times Roll: Prostitution and the US Military in Asia. New York: The New Press.

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Violence Against Women, September 2002, Volume 8, No. 9.
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Noel Bridget Busch, Holly Bell, Norma Hotaling, and Martin A. Monto / Male Customers of Prostituted Women: Exploring the Perceptions of Entitlement to Power and Control and Implications for Violent Behavior Toward Women.
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Worth, Heather. (2000). Up on K Road on a Saturday Night: Sex, Gender and Sex Work in Auckland. Venereology. 13(1).

Wysocki, Diane Kholos. (1998). Let Your Fingers Do the Talking: Sex on an Adult Chat-Line. Sexualities, 1(4), November.

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(i) Male clients of female sex workers / prostitutes

Note: References above on sex work or prostitution also include material on male clients.

Bailey, Jacquelynne. (2002). Conversations in a Brothel: Men Tell Why They Do It. Sydney: Hodder.

Bender, Kimberly, and Rich Furman (2004). The Implications of Sex Tourism on Men’s Social, Psychological, and Physical Health. The Qualitative Report, Volume 9 Number 2, June: 176-191. Bender, Kimberly, and Rich Furman. (2004). The Implications of Sex Tourism on Men’s Social, Psychological, and Physical Health. The Qualitative Report, Volume 9 Number 2, June, pp. 176-191.

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Brewster, Zachary W. (2003). Behavioral and Interactional Patterns of Strip Club Patrons: Tipping Techniques and Club Attendance. Deviant Behavior, 24, 3, May-June, 221-243.

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Earle, Sarah and Keith Sharp. (2007). Sex in Cyberspace: Men Who Pay for Sex. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate Publishing.

Frank, K. (2003). “Just trying to relax”: Masculinity, masculinizing practices, and strip club regulars. Journal of Sex Research, 40(1): 61.

Frank, K. (2005). Exploring the motivations and fantasies of strip club customers in relation to legal regulations. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 34(5): 487-504.

Frank, Katherine. (2002). G-Strings and Sympathy: Strip club regulars and male desire. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Frank, Katherine. (2003). “Just Trying to Relax”: Masculinity, masculinizing practices, and strip club regulars. Journal of Sex Research, 40(1), February, pp. 61-75.

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Holzman, Harold, and Sharon Pines. (1982). Buying Sex: The Phenomenology of Being a John. Deviant Behavior 4:89-116.

Hughes, D.M. (2004). Best Practices to Address the Demand Side of Sex Trafficking. University of Rhode Island, Unpublished.

Jordan, Jan (1997) User Pays: Why Men Buy Sex. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 30(1): 55-71.

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Marttila, Anne-Maria. (2003). Consuming Sex: Finnish male clients and Baltic prostitution. Paper to Gender and Power in the New Europe: 5th European Feminist Research Conference, Lund University, Sweden, August 20-24.

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Monto, Martin A., and N. Hotaling (2001). Predictors of Rape Myth Acceptance Among Male Clients of Female Street Prostitutes. Violence Against Women, 7(3), 275-293.

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O’Neill, Maggie. (2001). The City, Masculinity and the Social Organization of Desire: Pimps and Punters. In Prostitution and Feminism: Towards a politics of feeling. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press; Malden, MA: Blackwell (pp. 154-182).

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