Tricks and Treats: Sex Workers Write about Their Clients
Learn about the real lives of sex workers by exploring the sex industry from the inside!
Explore the insightful--and oftentimes intense--accounts of sex workers who look squarely into the eyes of their clients, the sex industry, and society as a whole. Tricks and Treats delivers private stories about homo- and heterosexual encounters that sex workers usually confide only in each other. Not another "why I became a prostitute" book, it provocatively turns the tables on the buyers of sex, giving you a window into sex workers'lives. Tricks and Treats gives you straightforward accounts by sex workers to help you understand the pleasures, attractions, and truths of this profession.
Tricks and Treats tantalizes with its powerful collection of tales from a diverse group of male, female, and transgendered sex workers. Their commercial, cultural, emotional, sexual, (il)legal, and even spiritual relationships with their clients are discussed in intimate detail. You will explore accounts from streetworkers, escorts, strippers, porn actors, masseurs, dominatrixes, phone sex operators, an adult-video store clerk, an outreach worker, a sex educator, and even a sperm donor.
Tricks and Treats will ignite your imagination and answer questions few people dare to ask. You'll learn firsthand, of:
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I don't know, guys. This book was really uneven. Some of the essays in this book are pretty pornographic. First reaction is like "This vivid, not particularly well-written sex scene ruins the larger ... Read full review
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Tricks and Treats: Sex Workers Write About Their Clients
John Dececco, Phd,Matt Bernstein Sycamore
No preview available - 2014