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New pleasures and old dangers: reinventing male sex work.

J Sex Res 2013 ;50(3-4):263-75

Faculty of the Professions, University of New England.

Understandings of male sex workers (MSWs) shift with technological, conceptual, and social changes. Research has historically constructed MSWs as psychologically unstable, desperate, or destitute victims and their clients as socially deviant perverts. These perceptions, however, are no longer supported by contemporary research and changing societal perceptions of the sex industry, challenging how we understand and describe "escorts. Read More

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Alcohol and drug use in Australian male sex workers: its relationship to the safety outcome of the sex encounter.

AIDS Care 2003 Aug;15(4):549-61

Faculty of Education, Health & Professional Studies, University of New England, Armidale, New South Wales, 2351 Australia.

This paper describes the self-reporting patterns of alcohol and drug consumption among male sex workers (MSWs) in three Australian cities during commercial sex encounters, and examines to what extent alcohol and drugs are used and whether this is related to the safe/unsafe outcome of the commercial sex encounter. One hundred and eighty-six MSWs from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne completed a diary following each commercial sex encounter over a two-week period. MSWs reported 2,087 commercial sex encounters during the study period. Read More

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