Sex, Gender and Migrations: Facing Up to Ambiguous Realities

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Laura María Agustín
Year: 
2003

In the spring issue of Soundings the author compares lived experience to the representations of trafficking presented by major media and government agencies. The evidence presented is a deconstruction the way that the discourse on sex work and trafficking is shaped.

Sections include:

  • Lavishing love and caring, not sex
  • Dreams of getting ahead
  • Gossip, deals and other 'informalities'
  • Are these sectors really indefinable?
  • The demand for all these 'services'
  • Crossing the border into diaspora

You can download this 11 page PDF resource above. This resource is in English.

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