Sex Work & Feminisms
Here you will find articles about sex work and feminisms
Trafficking: migrants and the states - presented at “New Femininities”, organised by LSE Gender Institute at the British Library, 26/1/2007
The increasing amount of research produced in a participatory way, or through the mediation of projects working with sex workers, and in any case not in collaboration with authorities responsible for migrants' detention and deportation, tells us that the classic idea of trafficking has little correspondence to reality.
Background paper for the European Conference on Sex Work, Human Rights, Labour and Migration 2005.
Very often in commercial sex a large majority of workers are women and a large majority of clients are men. It may well be for this reason that gender is considered a central issue in commercial sex, and it is by now taken as granted that women should have an important voice in the debate.