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A Commentary on ‘Challenging Men’s Demand for Prostitution in Scotland: A Research Report Based on Interviews with 110 Men who Bought Women in Prostitution’ - 18 academics respond to fundamental flaws in the 2008 report by Jan Macleod, Melissa Farley, Lynn Anderson, Jacqueline Golding.
Dear John is a monologue by Mirha-Soleil Ross, a transsexual sex worker, on her clients - “a bunch of mostly nice guys whose invisibility is perhaps the political missing link to the obtainment of prostitutes’ rights.”
FairPlay, a list of 10 Golden Rules that clients of sex workers should follow, was created by Freiersein, an alliance of organisations in Frankfurt, exclusively for the 2006 World Cup in Germany. Which, incidentally, did NOT lead to a massive influx of sex workers from across Europe.
Paying for Pleasure: Men Who Buy Sex is “a fresh look at the relationships clients have with female sex workers. The core questions that form the backbone of the research are not only the expected inquiry into 'why men buy sex', but also into the sociological and psychological processes that men encounter in order to enter an assumed 'deviant' sexual behaviour as part of their everyday lives.”
Tricks and Treats: Sex Workers Write about their Clients lets you “explore the insightful--and oftentimes intense--accounts of sex workers who look squarely into the eyes of their clients, the sex industry, and society as a whole. Tricks and Treats delivers private stories about homo- and heterosexual encounters that sex workers usually confide only in each other. Not another “why I became a prostitute” book, it provocatively turns the tables on the buyers of sex, giving you a window into sex workers’ lives.”