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Alys Willman writes on gender, violence and illicit economies, and consults for various international development organizations. She holds a Ph. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? When a client approaches a prostitute, he is rarely interested in buying school supplies for her children, and she is just as unlikely to be interested in the sex.
Yet these material exchanges are the foundation of the sex economy. Indeed, if there is one unifying factor in the experiences of sex workers, it is fast money. The sex sector offers more money in fewer hours than virtually any other type of employment. Fast money comes at a high price, however. Sex workers face daily risks to their health, safety and emotional well-being.
How well they manage these risks has enormous implications for their families, communities, and society more broadly. It describes, in sex workers' words, why and when they risk violence and disease, and what money has to do with these decisions. Their experiences have the potential to change the way address key policy challenges related to the sex industry, from employment and human rights, to violence and the spread of disease.
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