Making Sex Work - Mary Lucille Sullivan

Making Sex Work

By Mary Lucille Sullivan

  • Release Date - Published: 2007-06-01
  • Book Genre: Social Science
  • Author: Mary Lucille Sullivan
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Backing up theory and critical literature with hard evidence, this book refutes the idea that legalization of prostitution can be anything but a harmful contributor to the commodification of women. It explores the fallacy of the "cottage industry," the role of financial institutions in supporting prostitution, the myth of exit programs, the conflation of legal and illegal sex industries, the problem of applying occupational health and safety standards to prostitution, and the specter of sex trafficking.

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