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“An Agency of Their Own”.

Review of: An Agency of Their Own, a book by Gregor Gall, published by Zero books. As a reference book “An agency of Their Own” explains and records the development … Continue reading

23 July, 2012 · 1 Comment

Sex work,pleasure or rebellion. Paper presented at Brunel University 21st April 2012.

This is my paper that I presented at the Sexual Cultures Conference held at Brunel University in April 21st 2012.It seemed to be well received. They are a collection of … Continue reading

23 April, 2012 · 5 Comments

Research Study – Nightlife, nuisance and safety in four English towns/cities, with a specific focus on lap-dancing.

I’ve just started working at the University of Kent and am involved in a study which ultimately seeks to uncover the public’s opinions on nightlife in their local area. What … Continue reading

9 March, 2012 · 3 Comments


A new Face Book friend Chris Monfort writes some excellent articles on her blog. Below is a very short piece and link to her recent article tackling the myth of … Continue reading

11 April, 2011 · 3 Comments

Belinda Brooks-Gordon – the myths of sex work

Dr Belinda Brooks-Gordon C.Psychol, is a Reader in Psychology and Social Policy at Birkbeck, University of London. A chartered psychologist with a PhD from the University Law Faculty, Belinda’s research … Continue reading

7 April, 2011 · Leave a comment

THE PROBLEM WITH THE SEXUAL CENSORSHIP DEBATE…from the understanding of a pagan sex worker.

This is part of an idea for a chapter I am working on for a book examining organic Feminism/an understanding of sex and human sexuality from a pagan sex worker … Continue reading

10 March, 2011 · Leave a comment

Sharing research data: a great day for decriminalisation

Today, data collected by public health researchers now has to be shared. The institutions who fund most of the research work in public health  have signed an agreement to force … Continue reading

10 January, 2011 · Leave a comment