Work, Money and Duality: Trading Sex as a Side Hustle, Raven Bowen [Bristol University Press, 2021, 194pp, £26.99 (paperback)]
Work, Money and Duality: Trading Sex as a Side Hustle is an explorative piece of work researched and written by Dr Raven Bowen, an academic, activist, and organiser in the UK and Canada. Bowen is the CEO of the National Ugly Mugs (NUM), a UK-wide sex worker safety charity, and the cofounder of the ‘Sex, Work, Law and Society’ Collaborative Research Network of the Law and Society Association (LSA). This book has been created out of her PhD thesis and comes after long term engagement with conversations around exiting, re-entry, and duality.
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