Dr. Sunita Manian
Dr. Juli Gittinger
This paper will address the issues regarding consensual female sex work and whether this is a legitimate form of work or an appropriate lifestyle for women to hold. Research collected from various countries and cultures conclude that sexual labor is a common, but often underappreciated, means of income for women. In China, India, Ethiopia, and Hungary we see an intersection between the women interviewed and how their stories, while different, all lead towards a very similar conclusion and realization: female sex work is empowering.
Harkins, Breanna A.
"Sex Work and Empowerment: Migrant Women Looking for Love,"
The Corinthian: Vol. 19, Article 4.
Available at: https://kb.gcsu.edu/thecorinthian/vol19/iss1/4
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