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On SAGE Insight: Work‒life laws privilege brothel and community interests, negatively impacting legal prostitutes in Nevada

Article title: Work–life management in legal prostitution: Stigma and lockdown in Nevada’s brothels From Human Relations  Work‒life laws and policies are put in place primarily to protect workers. However, for legal prostitutes working in Nevada’s brothels these laws and policies … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Men over 60 who pay for sex use less protection and purchase more sex as they age

Article title: Condom use, sexual risk, and self-reported STI in a sample of older male clients of heterosexual prostitution in the United States From American Journal of Men’s Health This study surveyed American men between the ages of 60 and 84 … Continue reading

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Are the customers of prostitutes ordinary or peculiar men?

Ordinary or peculiar men? Comparing the customers of prostitutes with a nationally representative sample of men” From International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology While the media is replete with examples of “normal” men who seek out prostitutes regularly, … Continue reading

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New study finds clients want real love from sex workers

The Intimacy prism: Emotion management among the clients of escorts From Men and Masculinities  While it is commonly believed that men who pay for sex are attempting to avoid emotional commitment, this study finds that men who become regular clients … Continue reading

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Violence in indoor and outdoor prostitution venues

From Violence Against Women This article dispels the assumption that indoor prostitution activities in places such as brothels and massage parlors are safer than those conducted on the streets. The research argues against the depiction of indoor activities as harmless, … Continue reading

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