Queering the Debate: Analysing Prostitution Through Dissident Sexualities in Brazil

@article{Ferreira2018QueeringTD,
  title={Queering the Debate: Analysing Prostitution Through Dissident Sexualities in Brazil},
  author={Amanda {\'A}lvares Ferreira},
  journal={Contexto Internacional},
  year={2018}
}
Abstract The aim of this article is to contrast prominent discourses on prostitution and human trafficking to the context of prostitution in Brazil and local feminist discourses on this matter, understanding their contradictions and limitations. I look at Brazilian transgender prostitutes’ experiences to address an agency-related question that underlies feminist theorizations of prostitution: can prostitution be freely chosen? Is it necessarily exploitative? My argument is that discourses on… 
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