Live Sex Acts: Women Performing Erotic Labor
Routledge, 1997/01/01 - 248 ページ
Drawing on more than fifty interviews in both the US and the Netherlands, Wendy Chapkis captures the wide-ranging experiences of women performing erotic labor and offers a complex, multi-faceted depiction of sex work. Her expansive analytic perspective encompasses both a serious examination of international prostitution policy as well as hands-on accounts of contemporary commercial sexual practices. Scholarly, but never simply academic, this book is explicitly grounded in a concern for how competing political discourses work concretely in the world--to frame policy and define perceptions of AIDS, to mobilize women into opposing camps, to silence some agendas and to promote others.
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Review: Live Sex Actsユーザー レビュー - selena - Goodreads
Enter the world of academia as it specifically relates to women's sexuality and sexual rights. Wendy Chapkis writes about women who voluntarily enter into the "erotic labor" industry. In America ... レビュー全文を読む
Review: Live Sex Actsユーザー レビュー - Jo - Goodreads
I wanted this book to go further. Not that it didn't - Wendy Chapkis takes the reader to places unexpected as it is, especially in discussing issues in countries other than America. Still - if this ... レビュー全文を読む