“Sex and Stigma is an engaging and informative book, blending first-person perspectives with feminist scholarship to demystify the brothel as a workplace. A smart and innovative study, readers will benefit from the authors’ blend of scholarly expertise, their unique access to a difficult-to-reach population, and the inclusion of multiple sex workers’ perspectives.”
—Shira Tarrant, author of The Pornography Industry: What Everyone Needs to Know
“Sex and Stigma lays the groundwork for greater understanding of the everyday routines and work-life considerations of legal sex workers. This book is both significant and distinctive for the authors’ ability to take a phenomenon that typically is considered hidden and stigmatized and attach real faces, lives, workplace, and home issues to these women. Insightful and illuminating.”
—Patrice M. Buzzanell, editor of Rethinking Organizational and Managerial Communication from Feminist Perspectives
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