Development of Boyhood in Female Sex Workers' Family — A Representation of their Vicious Cycle

@inproceedings{Adhikari2014DevelopmentOB,
  title={Development of Boyhood in Female Sex Workers' Family — A Representation of their Vicious Cycle},
  author={Harasankar Adhikari},
  year={2014}
}
The brothel based female sex workers (FSWs) are in obstruction in their daily life. Beyond the male politics, mothering and motherhood are a common phenomenon to testify their universal womanhood through procreation. Usually they have settled up their family in their typically constructed community- red light area. Mostly their family is matrifocal and single parent family which was failed to provide proper control and strategies for up-bringing of their offspring. The present study was… CONTINUE READING

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