Two years in the making, the book contains a diverse collection of essays by today's leading academics and activists in the anti-sex trafficking and anti-pornography community.
The link between sex trafficking and pornography is explored and defined by these contributors: Anna Agathangelou, Esohe Aghatise, Janine Benedet, Julie Bindel, Vednita Carter, Michelle Dempsey, Gail Dines, Annalisa Enrile, Melissa Farley, Ken Franzblau, Rus Ervin Funk, Robert Jensen, Christopher Kendall, Catharine MacKinnon, Neil Malamuth, Eileen Pitipan, Diana Russell, Chris Stark, Chyng Sun and Rebecca Whisnant.
Edited by David E. Guinn, he comments on the book:
“The 21st century is witnessing a curious dichotomy: activists becoming energized in their efforts to combat the horrors of the growing trafficking in women and children for purposes of sexual exploitation, while pornography and prostitution grow exponentially in profitability and social acceptance. Few recognize the contradiction in these trends, the ineluctable connections between pornography and prostitution that create the demand that trafficking victims fulfill.”Order the book today at a 15% discount at Xlibris.com
"Now, Pornography: Driving the Demand in International Sex Trafficking fills the lacunae. The authors resist the gentrification of pornography and prostitution while confronting its role in trafficking."
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