Online Sex Shops: Purchasing Sexual Merchandise on the Internet

@article{Daneback2011OnlineSS,
  title={Online Sex Shops: Purchasing Sexual Merchandise on the Internet},
  author={Kristian Daneback and Sven-Axel M{\aa}nsson and Michael W. Ross},
  journal={International Journal of Sexual Health},
  year={2011},
  volume={23},
  pages={102 - 110}
}
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