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New website aims to demystify male sex workers

Published 08/11/2016 in The Bay Area Reporter by David-Elijah Nahmod The co-editors of a book about male escorts have launched a website in support of the often misunderstood profession and hope to demystify it and to work toward the decriminalization of sex work. John Scott, Ph.D., a professor in the School of…

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Male Escorting Site Hopes to Challenge Stigma and Promote Decriminalization

A new website launched by two sociologists hopes to offer support to male sex workers, break down the stigma around them, and lobby for decriminalization. Me, Us & Male Escorting has been launched by Professors John Scott and Victor Minichiello, who previously wrote a book, Male Sex Work and Society, discussing similar issues. The new…

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Co-Editors of Groundbreaking Book “MALE SEX WORK AND SOCIETY”  Launch Website to Support Male Sex Workers, Educate the Media,  Public, Government & Lobby for Decriminalization (New York, NY) July 7, 2016–Few professions are as misunderstood, disparaged and infamous as that of the oldest of professions, sex work: particularly male se…

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Website Launched to Support Male Sex Workers and Lobby for Decriminalization

Few professions are as misunderstood, disparaged and infamous as that of the oldest of professions, sex work: particularly male sex work. Though in reality the profiles of male sex workers are nearly as varied as those of their clients-encompassing a wide range of personalities, needs and lifestyles-sex workers remain the targets of…

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