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Contents;
Sex And Domestic Work In The Peripheries: The Fenced-Off Economies Of Desire.
Invisible and Silent Female Migrant Reproductive Labor: Cyprus, Greece, and Turkey.
Peripheral Economies Working and Playing Hard: Social Reproduction and Racial and Sexual Desire in the Mediterranean.
Desiring Power in the European Union: Peripheral Development and “Mimicry”.
National Desires for Security.
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1. Selling Sex in Cardiff and London – Peter Davies and Rayah Feldman
2. Sex for Money between Men and Boys in the Netherlands: Implications for HIV Prevention – Wim Zuilhof
3. Travestis and Gigolos: Male Sex Work and HIV Prevention in France – Lindinalva Laurindo da Silva
4. Male Sex Work and HIV/AIDS in Canada – Dan Allman and Ted Myers
5. Social Environment and Male Sex Work in the United States – Edward V. Morse, Patricia M. Simon and Kendra E. Burchfiel
6. Aspects of Male Sex Work in Mexico City – Ana Luisa Liguori and Peter Aggleton
7. Three Decades of Male Sex Work in Santo Domingo – E. Antonio de Moya and Rafael Garc’a
8. Cacherismo in a San José Brothel: Aspects of Male Sex Work in Costa Rica – Jacobo Schifter and Peter Aggleton
9. Natural Born Targets: Male Hustlers and AIDS Prevention in Urban Brazil – Patrick Larvie
10. Fletes in Parque Kennedy: Sexual Cultures among Young Men Who Sell Sex to Other Men in Lima – Carlos F. Cáceres and Oscar G. Jiménez
11. Through a Window Darkly: Men Who Sell Sex to Men in India and Bangladesh – Shivananda Khan
12. Male Sex Work in Sri Lanka – Nandasena Ratnapala
13. Bar Talk: Thai Male Sex Workers and Their Customers – Graeme Storer
14. Walking the Tightrope: Sexual Risk and Male Sex Work in the Philippines – Michael L. Tan
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Sex Work for the Middle Classes/ Elizabeth Bernstein: 473-488.
Shifting Boundaries: Sex and Money in the North-East of Brazil / Adriana Piscitelli: 489-500.
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