Games Prostitutes Play

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Lulu.com, Jul 1, 2008 - Self-Help - 420 pages
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What prostitutes do, how they do it, and the many roles prostitution plays in their lives. Each woman has her own approach. This book assumes that prostitutes are people who have dignity and feelings, and that they are neither stupid nor pitiful. They speak here as individuals who suffered greatly as children, but who view themselves as fighting back and dominating men as prostitutes. Role-playing is central to prostitution, for prostitutes and their clients. A lonely, boring man can become a hero, and an ordinary woman plays his love goddess, or his psychiatrist. Each prostitute has her own chapter; other chapters explain brothel-management, describe the brothel's owner, and demystify prostitutes' sexual techniques. This book is a direct, no-nonsense look at prostitution. Some parts will make you laugh; others can bring tears from a rock.

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