Author(s): Scott J, Minichiello V, Mario R, Harvey GP, Jamieson M,
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Abstract The article reviews past and recent research on male sex work to offer a context to understand violence in the industry. It provides a critical review of research to show, first, the assumptions made about male sex workers and violence and, second, how such discourses have shaped thinking on the topic. The article presents a case study and original findings from two studies conducted by the authors in Australia and Argentina on violence in the male sex industry. Finally, the article reviews examples of legislative reforms to show how the sex industry is being regulated.
This article was published in J Interpers Violence
and referenced in Arts and Social Sciences Journal