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Tricks and Treats: Sex Workers Write About Their Clients (Haworth Gay & Lesbian Studies) Hardcover – March 27, 2000
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"Other people's sex lives are always interesting-we all love to hear the dirt-but the sex lives of professional escorts are more interesting than most. Tricks and Treats is full of wonderful, often hilarious, sometimes touching stories." -- Dan Savage, Author/Columnist
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Top Customer Reviews
All these testimonials by different, yet so alike, sex workers, will surely keep you reading right through to the end of the book, and wishing for more. I read it in one day. A book I highly recommend for anyone with an interest in this area or just if you're curious to learn what its like to be a sex worker from the sex worker's perspective.
This being said, many of the essays in the book were thought-provoking and insightful. Just don't read them expecting to find any sort of glamour in the profession. There are a lot of upsides to escorting, but this book fails to cover them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Matt Bernstein Sycamore has edited here some of the most useless (and possibly dangerous) advice for sex workers ever put between pages. Read morePublished on May 28, 2003
Way too much male homosexual stuff. Maybe that means there are more men paying men for sex these days. I don't know the answer to that question. Read morePublished on December 29, 2002
This is a very realistic view of prostitution that was written by the people who actually know about the industry, the prostitutes themselves. Read morePublished on July 16, 2001
I thought the introduction was extremely well-written and insightful, the stories themselves- interesting and provocative. I would definitely like to read more by Mr. Sycamore.Published on June 2, 2000