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My Body, My Business
My Body, My Business

My Body, My Business

New Zealand sex workers in an era of change

Photographs By Madeleine Slavick, By Caren Wilton

SOCIAL SCIENCE

286 Pages, 6.5 x 8.5

Formats: Trade Paper, Mobipocket, EPUB, PDF

PDF, $14.99 (US $14.99) (CA $19.99)

Publication Date: February 2019

ISBN 9781988531458

Rights: WOR

Otago University Press (Feb 2019)

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Overview

In My Body, My Business, eleven New Zealand sex workers speak in their own voices about their lives in and out of the sex industry. Based on a series of oral history interviews, the book includes the stories of female, male, and transgender workers, upmarket brothels, escorts, strippers, private workers, and dominatrices. Caren Wilton prefaces the book with an introductory essay about the New Zealand sex industry, which in recent times has seen a lot of changes, the most profound being the decriminalization of prostitution in 2003. This engaging and highly readable book looks at what the changes have meant for the nation's sex workers.

Author Biography

Caren Wilton is an oral historian and was the recipient of three New Zealand Oral History Awards for her work. She is the author of short- fiction collection The Heart Sutra (Otago University Press, 2003). Photographer Madeleine Slavick has lived in North America and Hong Kong.

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