(iii) Male clients of female sex workers / prostitutes

Note: References above on sex work or prostitution also include material on male clients.

 

Bailey, Jacquelynne. (2002). Conversations in a Brothel: Men Tell Why They Do It. Sydney: Hodder.

Barrington, C., C. Latkin, M.D. Sweat, L. Moreno, J. Ellen, and D. Kerrigan. (2009). Talking the talk, walking the walk: social network norms, communication patterns, and condom use among the male partners of female sex workers in La Romana, Dominican Republic. Social Science & Medicine 68 (11): 2037-2044.

Beckham, Kelly and Ariane Prohaska. (2012). Cybersex and Men who Kill: An Analysis of Deviant Men, Prostitution, and the Internet. International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences, 7(2). Published online at http: //www.sascv.org/ijcjs/.

Bender, Kimberly, and Rich Furman. (2004). The Implications of Sex Tourism on Men’s Social, Psychological, and Physical Health. The Qualitative Report, Volume 9 Number 2, June, pp. 176-191.

Bernstein, E. (2001) The Meaning of the Purchase: Desire, Demand and the Commerce of Sex. Ethnography, 2: 389–420.

Bernstein, E. (2007). Temporarily Yours: Intimacy, Authenticity and the Commerce of Sex. Chicago University Press.

Birch, Phillip. (2015). Why Men Buy Sex: Examining sex worker clients. Routledge.

Brennan, D. (2004). Women Work, Men Sponge, and Everyone Gossips: Macho Men and Stigmatized/ing Women in a Sex Tourist Town. Anthropological Quarterly, 77(4): 705.

Brewer, D. D., Potterat, J. J., Muth, S. Q., Roberts, J. M. (2006) A Large Specific Deterrent Effect of Arrest for Patronizing a Prostitute. PLoS ONE1(1): e60. Doi: 10. 1371/journal/pone. 0000060.

Brewster, Zachary W. (2003). Behavioral and Interactional Patterns of Strip Club Patrons: Tipping Techniques and Club Attendance. Deviant Behavior, 24, 3, May-June, 221-243.

Brooks-Gordon, Belinda. (2005). Clients and Commercial Sex: Reflections on Paying the Price: A Consultation Paper on Prostitution. Criminal Law Review: 425-443.

Brooks-Gordon, Belinda. (2006). Understanding sexual ‘demand’. Chapter 4 in The Price of Sex: Prostitution, Policy, and Society. Portland, Oregon: Willan Publishing.

Burque, Allison Dunn. (year?). Engaging Young Men in Ending Commercial Sexual Exploitation: A Report, Curriculum, and Recommended Resources. Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE).

Busch, N. B., Bell, H., Hotaling, N., and Monto, M. A. (2002) Male Customers of Prostituted Women: Exploring Perceptions of Entitlement to power and Control and Implications for Violent Behavior toward Women. Violence Against Women, 8(9): 1093–1112.

Campbell, R. (1998). Invisible Men: Making Visible Male Clients of Female Prostitutes in Merseyside. In J. Elias, V. Bullough, V. Elias and G. Brewer (eds) Prostitution. On Whores, Hustlers and Johns, New York: Prometheus Books. pp. 155-171.

Campbell, R., and M. Storr. (2001). Challenging the Kerb Crawler Rehabilitation Programme. Feminist Review 67(Spring): 94-108.

Carael, M., Slaymaker, E., Lyerla, R., et al (2006) Clients of sex workers in different regions of the world: hard to count. Sexually Transmitted Infection, Vol 82 26–33.

Carmona, Victoria, Ana Grahovac, and Jennifer Martin. (year?). Engaging Men in Ending Gender-Based Violence. Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE).

Carpenter, Belinda. (1998). The Prostitute and the Client: Challenging the Dualisms. Women’s Studies International Forum, 21(4), July-August.

Claude, Kajsa, and the Swedish Institute. (2010). Targeting the Sex Buyer. The Swedish Example: Stopping Prostitution and Trafficking Where it All Begins.

Coalition Against Trafficking in Women - Asia Pacific (CATW-AP). (2006). Rethinking Masculinity: Educating Young Men to Reduce the Demand Side of Trafficking.

Coughlan, E., A. Mindel, and C. Estcourt. (2001). Male Clients of Female Commercial Sex Workers: HIV, STDs and risk behaviour. International Journal of STD and AIDS, 12, pp. 665-669.

Coy, Maddy, Miranda Horvath, and Liz Kelly. (2007). ‘It’s just like going to the supermarket’: Men buying sex in East London. Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit, London Metropolitan University.

Durchslag, Rachel, and Samir Goswami. (year?). Deconstructing the Demand for Prostitution. Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE).

Earle, Sarah, and Keith Sharp. (2007). Sex in Cyberspace: Men Who Pay for Sex. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate Publishing.

Egan, Danielle. (2006). Dancing for Dollars and Paying for Love: The Relationships between Exotic Dancers and Their Regulars. Palgrave Macmillan.
Contents;
Introduction: Dancing for Dollars and Paying for Love.
Ending Up In A Place Like This: Mapping the Social Cartographies of the Clubs.
Inside and Outside the Exotic Dance Club: Subjective Modalities and Their Slippage.
“I am a Dancer and a Feminist:” Liminal Experiences and Feminist Empowerment.
Desiring Subjects and Fantasy Objects: Exploring Lack and Power.
Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places: Regulars, Love and Masochism.
Conclusion: What We Can Learn from Exotic Dancers.
Appendix: Methodology.

Ekberg, Gunilla. (2004). The Swedish Law That Prohibits the Purchase of Sexual Services. Violence Against Women, 10(10), October.

Farley, M. (2007) “Renting an Organ for 10 minutes;”What Tricks Tell us about Prostitution, Pornography, and Trafficking. Pornography: Driving the Demand for International Sex Trafficking. Los Angeles: Captive Daughters Media.

Farley, M., Becker, T., Cotton, A., Sawyer, S, Fitzgerald, L. Jensen, R. (1998) Attitudes toward prostitution scale: College students’ responses compared to responses of arrested johns. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies, Washington, D.C., USA.

Fleming, P.J., Barrington, C., Gottert, A., Perez, M., Donastorg, Y., Moya, M., Gonzalez, N., Kerrigan, D. (July 20-25, 2014). “Masculine gender role strain and HIV-related behaviors among male steady partners of female sex workers living with HIV in the Dominican Republic.” Poster presentation at the XX International AIDS Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Ford, K., D.N. Wirawan, and P. Muliawan. (2002). Social influence, AIDS/STD knowledge, and condom use among male clients of female sex worker in Bali. AIDS Education & Prevention, 14(6): 496-504.

Frank, Katherine. (2002). G-Strings and Sympathy: Strip club regulars and male desire. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Frank, Katherine. (2003). “Just Trying to Relax”: Masculinity, masculinizing practices, and strip club regulars. Journal of Sex Research, 40(1), February, pp. 61-75.

Frank, Katherine. (2005). Exploring the motivations and fantasies of strip club customers in relation to legal regulations. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 34(5): 487-504.

George, Carrie. (year?). Deconstructing The Demand for Prostitution Further Insights: A Comparison of Men Who Purchase Sex Indoors Versus Outdoors. Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE).

Gillings, Alison, and Michelle Willoughby. (year?). John School Evaluation. Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE).

Groom, T. M., and R. Nandwani. (2006) Characteristics of men who pay for sex: a UK sexual health clinic survey. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 82: 364–367.

Holt, T. J. and K. R. Blevins (2007). Examining Sex Work from the Client’s Perspective: Assessing Johns Using on-line Data. Deviant Behavior, 28(4): 333 - 354.

Holzman, Harold, and Sharon Pines. (1982). Buying Sex: The Phenomenology of Being a John. Deviant Behavior 4:89-116.

Horn, Ashley, Carina Homan, and Veronica Farley. (year?). Men Working to End Violence against Women. Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE).

Hughes, D.M. (2004). Best Practices to Address the Demand Side of Sex Trafficking. University of Rhode Island, Unpublished.

Jordan, Jan. (1997). User Pays: Why Men Buy Sex. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 30(1): 55-71.

Kinnell, H. (2006). Clients of Female Sex Workers: Men or Monsters? In R. Campbell and M. O’Neill (eds) Sex Work Now, Cullumpton:Willan. pp. 212-262.

Klein, C., M.A. Kennedy, and B.B. Gorzalka. (2009). Rape Myth Acceptance in Men Who Completed the Prostitution Offender Program of British Columbia. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 53(3): 305-315.

Klein, Carolin, M. Alexis Kennedy, and Boris B. Gorzalka. (2009). Rape myth acceptance in men who completed the prostitution offender program of British Columbia. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 53(3): 305-315.

Kulick, Don. (2003). Sex in the New Europe. Anthropological Theory, Vol. 3, No. 2, 199-218.

Kulick, Don. (2005). Four Hundred Thousand Swedish Perverts. GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 11(2).

Louie, R., N. Crofts, P. Pyett, and J. Snow (1998). Project Client Call: Men Who Pay For Sex in Victoria. Mc Farlane Burnet Centre for Medical Research.

Lowman, J., and C. Atchison. (2006). Men Who Buy Sex: A Survey in the Greater Vancouver Regional District. Canadian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology 43(3): 281-296.

Macleod, Jan, Melissa Farley, Lynn Anderson, and Jacqueline Golding. (2008). Challenging Men’s Demand for Prostitution in Scotland: A research report based on interviews with 110 men who bought women in prostitution in Scotland. Women’s Support Project, Prostitution Research & Education.

Malarek, Victor. (2009). The Johns: Sex for Sale and the Men Who Buy It. KeyPorter Books.

Mansson, S. A. (2004) Men’s Practices in Prostitution and Their Implications for Social Work. In S. A. Mansson and C. Proveyer (editors) Social Work in Cuba and Sweden: Achievements and Prospects.

Mansson, S. A. (2006) Men’s Practices in Prostitution: The Case of Sweden. In Bob Pease and Keith Pringle (eds. ) A Man’s World? Changing Men’s Practices in a Globalized World. London: Zed Books.

Marttila, Anne-Maria. (2003). Consuming Sex: Finnish male clients and Baltic prostitution. Paper to Gender and Power in the New Europe: 5th European Feminist Research Conference, Lund University, Sweden, August 20-24.

Marttila, Anne-Maria. (2008). Desiring the ‘Other’: Prostitution Clients on a Transnational Red-Light District in the Border Area of Finland, Estonia and Russia. Gender Technology and Development, 12(1): 31-51.

McKeganey, Neil, and Marina Barnard. (1996). Sex Work on the Streets: Prostitutes and Their Clients. Open University Press.

McKeganey, Neil. (1994) Why do men buy sex and what are their assessments of the HIV-related risks when they do? AIDS Care, Vol 6 (5): 289–301.

Minichiello V, Marino R, Browne J, Jamieson M, Peterson K, Reuter B, Robinson K. (1999). A Profile of the Clients of Male Sex Workers in Three Australian Cities. Aust N Z J Public Health, Oct; 23(5): 511-8

Monto, M. A. and N. Hotaling (2001). Predictors of Rape Myth Acceptance Among Male Clients of Female Street Prostitutes. Violence Against Women, 7(3): 275-293.

Monto, Martin A. (1998). Holding Men Accountable for Prostitution. Violence Against Women 4:4:505-517.

Monto, Martin A. (2000). Why Men Seek Out Prostitutes. In R.Weitzer, ed. Sex for Sale. Prostitution, Pornography and the Sex Industry. New York: Routledge. Pp. 67-83.

Monto, Martin A., and N. Hotaling (2001). Predictors of Rape Myth Acceptance Among Male Clients of Female Street Prostitutes. Violence Against Women, 7(3), 275-293.

Monto, Martin A., and N. McRee. (2005) A Comparison of the Male Customers of Female Street Prostitutes With National Samples of Men. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 49: 505–529.

Monto, Martin A., and Steve Garcia. (2001). Recidivism Among the Customers of Female Street Prostitutes: Do Intervention Programs Help? Western Criminology Review, 3(2). [Online]. Available: http://wcr.sonoma.edu/v3n2/monto.html.

Moore, Susan. (1999). Characteristics, Attitudes and Risk Behaviours of Australian Men Who Visit Female Sex Workers. Venereology, 12(1).

Munro, V., and M.D. Giusta. (eds.). (2008). Demanding Sex: Critical reflections on the regulation of prostitution. Ashgate.
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Legal incursions into supply/demand: criminalising and responsibilising the buyers and sellers of sex in the UK, Jane Scoular and Maggie O’Neill.
Be helped or else! Economic exploitation, male violence and prostitution policy in the UK, Jo Phoenix.
Wolfenden 50: revisiting state policy and the politics of sex work in the UK, Sophie Day.
The construction of prostitutes and clients in French policy debates, Gill Allwood.
Exploring exploitation: trafficking in sex, work and sex work, Vanessa E. Munro.
Putting trafficking on the map: the geography of feminist complicity, Sharron A. Fitzgerald.
Simulating the impact of regulation changes on the market for prostitution services, Marina Della Giusta.
Client participation and the regulatory environment, Alan Collins and Guy Judge.
Criminalising the use of trafficked prostitutes: some philosophical issues, David Archard.
Why hate men who pay for sex? Exploring the shift to ‘tackling demand’ in the UK, Teela Sanders and Rosie Campbell.
The consumer, the consumed and the commodity: women and sex buyers talk about objectification in prostitution, Madeleine Coy.

O’Connell Davidson, J. (2003). ‘Sleeping with the Enemy’? Some Problems with Feminist Abolitionist Calls to Penalise Those Who Buy Commercial Sex. Social Policy and Society 2(1): 55-64.

O’Neill, Maggie. (2001). The City, Masculinity and the Social Organization of Desire: Pimps and Punters. In Prostitution and Feminism: Towards a politics of feeling. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press;; Malden, MA: Blackwell (pp. 154-182).

Perkins, Roberta. (1999). ‘How Much Are You Love?’ The Customer in the Australian Sex Industry. Social Alternatives, 18(3): 38-47.

Pitts, Marian K., Anthony M.A. Smith, Jeffrey Grierson, Mary O’Brien, and Sebastian Misson. (2004). Who Pays for Sex and Why? An Analysis of Social and Motivational Factors Associated with Male Clients of Sex Workers. Archives of Sexual Behavior, Volume 33, Issue 4, Aug 2004, Pages 353-358.

Plumridge, E. W., Chetwynd, S. J., Reed, A. (1997a) Control and condoms in commercial sex: client perspectives. Sociology of Health & Illness, 19 (2): 228–243.

Plumridge, E.W., Chetwynd, S.J., Reed, A, & Gifford, S.J. (1997b). Discourses of Emotionality in Commercial Sex: The Missing Client Voice. Feminism & Psychology, 7(2), 165-181.

Plumridge, E.W., S.J. Chetwynd, A. Reed, and S.M. Gifford (1997). Patrons of the Sex Industry: Perceptions of Risk. AIDS Care, 8(4), 405-416.

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