Sex Work On Campus examines the experiences of college students engaged in sex work and sparks dialogue about the ways educators might develop a deeper appreciation for—and praxis of—equity and justice on campus.

Analyzing a study conducted with seven college student sex workers, the book focuses on sex work histories, student motivations, and how power (or lack thereof) associated with social identity shape experiences of student sex work. It examines what these students learn because of sex work, and what college and university leaders can do to support them. These findings are combined in tandem with analysis of current research, popular culture, sex work rights movements, and exploration of legal contexts.

This fresh and important writing is suitable for students and scholars in sexuality studies, gender studies, sociology, and education.

chapter 1|41 pages


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chapter 2|26 pages

History, politics, law, and stigma

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chapter 4|25 pages

Letters to a young sex worker

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chapter 6|31 pages

If sex workers were free

Toward a radical erotic politic in higher education
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By Raquel Savage
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