Read marginalutilite's review of Notice, which “…presents this thorny question: ‘What would the anti-trafficking movement and the whorephobes think if we confirmed some of their assumptions, even if in so doing we added much more nuance to such an analysis than they ever do?’”
by Caty Simon
"I didn’t have an ego until I became a whore. I felt disgusting before. I was delighted when someone finally offered me money after years of being raped by my husband."
Related to my last request (which no one answered) for books or articles that compare the sex industry and service industry as like, women’s fields/feminized labour areas and from an emotional labour standpoint (are there any? Do I have to do it myself?)
What sex work books and articles are sex critical or radical and not caught up in the empty headed “empowerment!” train without being like omg these poor soulless poor women?
Like this? http://jezebel.com/5984285/prostitutes-nurses-and-nannies-all-have-in-common?utm_campaign=socialflow_jezebel_facebook&utm_source=jezebel_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow