Risk behaviours among internet-facilitated sex workers: evidence from two new datasets.

  title={Risk behaviours among internet-facilitated sex workers: evidence from two new datasets.},
  author={Scott C Cunningham and Todd D. Kendall},
  journal={Sexually transmitted infections},
  volume={86 Suppl 3},
Sex workers have historically played a central role in STI outbreaks by forming a core group for transmission and due to their higher rates of concurrency and inconsistent condom usage. Over the past 15 years, North American commercial sex markets have been radically reorganised by internet technologies that channelled a sizeable share of the marketplace online. These changes may have had a meaningful impact on the role that sex workers play in STI epidemics. In this study, two new datasets… CONTINUE READING
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