Sex is a business. For a sex worker, it is a way of making a living; for a madam, it is a services industry enterprise; for a stripper, it is creating an illusion; for a dominatrix, it is maintaining control; for a consort, it is getting paid for what he might do anyway. This collection of interviews takes the reader into the ordinary lives of people who work in the sex industry. Their stories are told in their own words, offering an insight into the world where sex is a business.
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Education Quotations, and its companion book Democracy Quotations, are collections that will appeal to people who aren’t afraid to think. The methodology of scrutinizing whose interests are being served and questioning everything is as valid as it ever was, even though Marxism isn’t currently a popular political theory. Anyone who is concerned with social justice, racism, sexism and exploitation will identify with the sentiment expressed in these quotations.